Instructional Services Workshops

In addition to one-on-one support and training, Learning Services offers a range of workshops and presentations each semester related to using technology in instruction.
Workshops are co-sponsored by the Faculty Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (FCETL) and held at the John Stuart Rogers Faculty Development Center (FDC - Building 30).

View the FCETL workshop schedule on the Faculty Center page under Publications.

Reservations are requested ahead of time to ensure the proper amount of materials are prepared for each session.

Workshop Topics


  • Orientation: including Universal Design principles
  • Exploration: Prepare, Manage, Organize
  • Evaluation: Tests, Assignments, Performance
  • Calculation:  Grades
  • Instrumentation: Bb Mobile, Respondus, TurnItIn, SafeAssign
  • Implementation: AL$ (Affordable Learning Solutions)

Cool Tools & Topics
(semester offerings subject to change)

  • Introduction to Blackboard Collaborate
  • Introduction to Moodle
  • Camtasia
  • Adobe Captivate
  • VoiceThread
  • Brainshark
  • Using Google Sites for Student Collaboration
  • Copyright, Technology, and the TEACH Act
  • Clicker Pedagogy and Best Practices

...By Special Request

Have an idea that you think could be a useful workshop for you and your faculty colleagues? Contact Bob Koehler or Glenn Pillsbury to discuss it!