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Center for Teaching and Learning

Upcoming Workshops

Great Teaching! Conversations with Faculty

New York Tech faculty have displayed great creativity in adapting courses to online, blended, and hybrid remote instruction in response to COVID-19. The Center for Teaching and Learning is hosting a series of conversations with faculty to explore the innovative ways they are teaching. The interviews will be live on Zoom and will be recorded and archived. Our goal is to provide a forum in which faculty members can exchange ideas and learn from one another.

Watch the recordings:

  • Nicole Calma-Roddin, Behavioral Sciences: video (0:23)
  • Colleen Kirk, Management and Marketing Studies: video (0:31)
  • Wenjia Li, Computer Science: video (0:35)
  • Alex Rothstein, Interdisciplinary Health Sciences: video (0:38)
  • Jason Van Nest, Architecture: video (0:50)
  • Mena Youssef, Biological & Chemical Sciences: video (0:32)
  • Marcella Del Signore, Architecture: video (30:47)
  • John Misak, English: video (38:03)
  • Cecilia Dong, Electrical Engineering: video (25:26)
  • Melissa Huey, Behavioral Sciences: video (21:46)

Let us know who else we should speak with by completing our suggestion form.

Raising Your Academic Profile

April 29, 12:30 - 1:50 p.m. EDT

Colleagues from Strategic Communications & External Affairs (SCEA) will talk with faculty about how to promote their achievements. Open to all faculty members.

Register (Login required)

Preparing for Reappointment

May 6, 12:30 - 1:50 p.m. EDT

Open to all first year faculty members.

Register (Login required)

Quick Tips

The CTL YouTube channel has playlists for Canvas, Zoom, VoiceThread, Blackboard, Poll Everywhere, Google Suite, and other educational technologies.

Drop into our Zoom room Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. EDT for help, to share a success, or simply to say hello. Open your Zoom app, click Join a Meeting, and enter meeting ID 516-686-1111.

Self-Paced Workshops

Fostering Engagement Online

This self-paced workshop explores the critical role of facilitation in the online environment, and helps you build practical online facilitation skills and strategies that are relevant, effective, and authentic.

Learn Canvas!

These self-paced workshops will teach you the basics of using Canvas. You can submit certificates of completion here toward online certification, which is required if you are teaching a fully online course.

Take Workshops with the Online Learning Consortium

The Center for Teaching and Learning has purchased a limited number of workshop passes for faculty who are interested in deepening their skills. Topics include:

  • Designing with Accessibility in Mind
  • Strategies for Facilitating Live, Online Sessions
  • Introduction to Audio and Video Tools
  • ... and more!
For more information, see our OLC workshops page.

Take Workshops with Quality Matters

The Center for Teaching and Learning has purchased a limited number of workshop passes for faculty who are interested in deepening their skills. Topics include:

  • Designing Your Online Course
  • Teaching Online: An Introduction to Online Delivery
  • Addressing Accessibility & Usability
  • ... and more!
For more information, see our QM workshops page.

Take Workshops with Academic Impressions

New York Tech has an all-inclusive membership with Academic Impressions. Create an account using your New York Tech email address and gain access to dozens of live workshops and recordings, including topics such as:

  • Implementing Teaching Strategies that Engage Generation Z
  • The State of Virtual Reality in Higher Education
  • Engaging Students Through Creativity in Instruction
  • ... and more!
For the complete list, visit their site.

Archived Workshops

Click on the title of the workshop to access workshop materials. Login required. If you have trouble, please make sure your browser is logged out of any personal Gmail accounts and try again.

Effective Feedback

August 26, 2020

Open Educational Resources

August 19, 2020

Beyond Tests and Quizzes: Better Assessments

August 12, 2020

Class Discussions: Online and On Zoom

July 29, 2020

Start Planning Your Fall Courses

July 7, 2020

Finals at a Distance: Better Assessments

April 30, 2020