For New Faculty & Academic Staff
Each summer iCIT invites new faculty and teaching academic staff to participate in a brief demo/overview of technologies and related resources available to you, and to your students. We believe that this brief demo, and its follow-up Q&A session, although not intended as an in-depth, hands-on workshop, will allow you to make well-informed decisions about selecting and using the technologies that best match your, and your students' needs.
This year (2012) we are offering two sessions:
- for new teaching academic staff, on August 22, 2012; at 10:00-12:00, rm. 115 McGraw Hall. Advance registration is needed to participate in this session (to register, please go to signup.uww.edu, and log-in with your Net-ID).
- for newly hired tenure-track faculty, on Friday, August 24, 2012; at 10:00-12:00, rm. 115 McGraw Hall. This event is a part of the First Year Program, and advance registration is not needed.
The general overview portion of the printable (PDF) handout that will be used during both August sessions is available below (more information, intended for internal use, will be available to faculty and teaching academic staff in a printed packet distributed during the sessions):
Hands-On Workshops (during Fall & Spring Semesters)
During the academic year, iCIT also offer many hands-on workshops open to all interested faculty and staff. We hope you will join us for some of these workshops, to explore a particular topic or technology more in-depth. All our workshops are free, and open to all UW-W faculty and staff (currently not open to students), but because the number of seats is limited, we ask you to register in advance online at signup.uww.edu (most workshops close enrollment 2-3 days in advance of their scheduled date, or when available seats are filled). The complete list of workshops available each semester is posted at signup.uww.edu, and also as a printable PDF handout.
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This page last updated on July 24, 2012 (GJ).