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Upcoming Events/Call for Participants 2019-20

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Summer Virtual Institute

Summer Virtual Teaching Institute


To help you further strengthen your virtual teaching for Fall semester, Academic Technologies & Innovation and the Teaching Resource Center invite you to participate in CSUSB’s Summer Virtual Teaching Institute (SVTI). Each faculty participant (adjunct, full-time lecturers, and tenure-line) will receive $1,000 in support for their work in the SVTI.

Track 1

June 15th - July 5th (All spots filled)
July 6th - July 26th
Aug 3rd to Aug 23rd

Track 2

Tuesday, June 9th 

 

Student Academic Readiness for a COVID Fall Semester

 

Student Academic Readiness for a COVID Fall Semester


June 16th at 3pm EDT

Our panelists will talk about supporting faculty in conducting some initial diagnostic assessments at the start of the fall semester, then making adjustments to the design of their courses in order to accommodate or perhaps remediate these students.

 

Free Professional Development for Quality Online Teaching

Free Professional Development for Quality Online Teaching

The CSU Chancellor’s Office is making their professional development courses for quality teaching for blended, hybrid and online courses available to all CSU faculty free of charge this summer. You have a choice of 7 courses, one course per person. Each course is 15-20 hours of asynchronous instruction, leading to a certificate of completion. To decide which course is right for you, use their QA Course Decision Tree

Questions about zoom answered

Questions about Zoom Addressed

Many of you have expressed questions/concerns about Zoom (Zoom-bombing, security, privacy, etc.).  The attached letter from the Michael Berman and Ed Hudson  may address some of your questions, or at least provide insight from the perspectives of the Chief Information Officer and Chief Information Security Officer in the Chancellor's Office, respectively. 

Also, please see our campus' suggestions on How to Mitigate Zoom-Bombing in your classes & meetings.