This week, I'm pulling one from the vault - back in Fall 2019, when I first sent this particular Tech Tuesday Teaching Tip, we had no idea how important the capabilities of the G Suite tools would become for us during the pandemic. Want to amp up your Docs, Sheets, or Forms? Try exploring Google Add-ons!
Did you miss the CTLA's recent email on the Updates to Respondus Lockdown Browser amid the flurry of start of semester emails? Read below for more information on these exciting new developments.
If there is anything we’ve learned in the past 18 months, it’s that we need to be prepared for any eventuality! Are you ready to pivot your instruction in the event that you, your students, or your students' families get sick this semester? Do you know what your options are, or how to leverage the basic equipment in your classroom to potentially support a combination of in-person and remote students?
Did you know that this is my 70th Tech Tuesday/LOL blog post? In honor of the Big 7-0, I've compiled a resource document that includes all of the blog posts to date!
Did you know that the library can provide "custom-designed information literacy instruction... tailored to your specific research-based assignment and student needs." Now that our campuses are beginning to reopen this highly valuable instruction is available as in-person instruction for hybrid classes as well as continuing to be available fully online.
Shout-out this week to Karen Villalobos, fellow Economics faculty, for sharing her use of Jeopardy labs when she was part of our "Some Good News: Lessons Learned in a Very Strange Year" panel in April 2021! Thanks to Karen, and to all of the other faculty members who shared their valuable time and ideas with us.
Did you know that the library has added many new books and resources to its collection? Check the cover images below for a quick look into what has been added to the collection.
Watch this 2-minute Animoto* video of the TOP 5 Semester Start-Up Questions:
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