Congratulations faculty on making it through another graduation day! Summer vacation may have just started, though not for some who will be hard at work in our in-person Summer Boot Camp workshops and online workshops!
We have two exciting training opportunities for you this summer:
IN PERSON: June 18-20 and August 20-22
This summer lineup of hands-on workshops focus on the tools for developing active students through engaging online content… and offer you the time and personal attention to put them to good use in your classes.
These in-person workshops will cover some of the best freely available software tools: Blogging, Wikis, Voicethread (now in Blackboard!), Camtasia and much more! Give a half day a try or register for all six… those faculty participating in at least 4 of the 6 workshops will receive a FREE copy of either Mac or PC versions of Camtasia! Yes, you read it right, free. This offer is limited to the first 8 who sign upto attend at least 4 workshops so register now to reserve a space.
Please find more information in our attached flyer or visit our website for details:
Registration is now open for June and July sessions of the online workshop, “Preparation for Teaching Online: A Foundational Workshop for CUNY Faculty,” sponsored by the School of Professional Studies.
This intensive, 2-week online workshop is intended for faculty who will be teaching an upcoming online or hybrid class. (June and July sessions give priority to those teaching Fall 2013—additional sessions are offered throughout the year.)
Faculty must have the approval of their academic supervisors and school to participate in this workshop and should already possess basic Blackboard skills.
The detailed description on the registration page at https://cunyonline.commons.gc.cuny.edu should answer most questions, but you or your faculty or academic directors should feel free to contact Susan Ko, Director, Faculty Development and Instructional Technology at 646-344-7267 if there are any questions.
Registration is open for both till filled, so faculty should sign up as soon as possible to get their preferred session dates. Thanks!