Mar. 25, 2020
First Day of Online Classes - We are still here!
We in Research Support & Curricular Technology are thinking of you as you begin teaching online today. There will be surprises and challenges, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us with your questions. The IT Service Desk is also available to help you and students with software and computing problems and questions. Finally, don’t forget about our online guide, Resources for Academic Continuity. A student guide, Resources and Support for Students Learning Online, includes information from IS, the Academic Resource Center, and the Writing Center - please share it with your students.
Click on the links below to register. Meeting information will be sent to registrants.
Thursday, March 26 at 2pm (Tomorrow!) - Advising Tools
Friday, March 27 at 10am - Library Resources Off-Campus
Tuesday, March 31 at 10am - Advising Tools
Wednesday, April 1 at 2pm - Library Resources Off-Campus
Instructional Technology Appointments
Feel free to sign up for appointments with any one of us. If you have a topic not listed, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Diane Creede (Moodle, Kaltura)
Kate Bengtson (Moodle, Digication, WebEx/Meet)
Jessica McCullough (Digication, WebEx/Meet)
Mike Dreimiller (Kaltura, Video and Audio Recording/Sharing)
Please encourage your students to contact reference librarians for help with research assignments and access to library materials.
We are all available to answer your questions via email. We recommend sending your message to email@example.com to ensure the fastest possible response. For questions related to library resources, library research classes or consultations for students, email firstname.lastname@example.org.