Webinar Offerings

Got questions about how to use Canvas and/or how to teach in the remote format? We're here to help. Join one of our daily webinars below. On the calendar, click on the webinar you'd like to participate and add it to your calendar.

Canvas Q&A - Available Weekly

ITT professionals host daily Canvas Q&A webinars to answer faculty questions. No registration required. See schedule of offering on the calendar located to the left .

Zoom Hands-On Practice Session

Hosts Anayanci Rubalcaba and Kari Morrison of CTLA offer hands-on practice sessions for faculty on effective use of Zoom. Register for a session by clicking on the day below. To ensure that every participant gets time to practice, each session is limited to the first 10 registrants.

Are Your Students Still Engaged?

Join Dr. Shawna Lafreniere and Dr. Stephanie Fenwick for a conversation about keeping students engaged in the Remote-Hybrid Learning environment. Learn more about practical strategies for leveraging asynchronous and synchronous activities and fostering student ownership of learning.

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IMT Training for Faculty Teaching on APU Premises

IMT is hosting training sessions for faculty teaching on APU premises. Please sign-up for the appropriate training. Please view this training video prior to attending your session.

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Instructor Training for LockDown Browser & Respondus Monitor

Offered by Respondus, these training webinars are intended for instructors who plan to use LockDown Browser and/or Respondus Monitor with online exams. The session provides a detailed demonstration of both applications, including new enhancements that make Respondus Monitor even more effective and easy to use. See latest webinar offerings.

Webinar Recordings

Canvas Remote Teaching Training, Originally offered Aug. 10-14, 10-11am PT

Hosted by ITT professionals, these webinars equipped faculty with the essential knowledge, skills, and abilities to teach remotely this fall. Learn more.