Loyola University Chicago

Information Technology Services

Instructional Technologies Course

Instructional Technologies Course

The Instructional Technologies Course is designed to help the Loyola community (faculty, staff, and students) explore different technology resources that can be used throughout the educational process. This six-week course provides the opportunity to explore the different features, functions, and purposes of the technologies available to the LUC community. This course complements the Faculty Center for Ignition Pedagogy Online Teaching Course but is not a requirement for the Online Teaching Course.

Each week participants will learn about keystone learning technologies and how to best use it in their courses.

Participants will meet online weekly to reflect upon the tasks completed and lessons learned. Each week will take about two hours to complete.

At the end of this six-week course, participants will have created a Sakai template, which could be for an upcoming course. Upon successful completion of module tasks, participants can also earn a certificate of completion.

When: Oct 8th to Nov 15th

Meetings: Weekly Synchronous (45 minutes)

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Course Objectives:

1.    Analyze the different course structures in Sakai.

2.    Define technology expectations for your online course.

3.    Evaluate appropriate technology tools for your future course site.

4.    Create a project site.

 

Please contact the ITRS staff at itrs@luc.edu if you have any questions.