Workshop & Webinar Offerings

Below is a schedule of upcoming workshop an webinar offerings. Click on the webinar you'd like to participate and add it to your calendar. If you have any questions, please email us

Faculty Conversations: Teaching in the Age of A.I.

This spring the Office of the Provost for Faculty Success is hosting a series of informal conversations with faculty and academic staff about the potential impact of artificial intelligence (A.I.), such as ChatGPT, on teaching, learning, and scholarship.

Thursday, Feb. 16th, 11-12pm, Faculty Commons | Add to Calendar

Wednesday, Feb. 22nd, 11-12pm, Zoom | Add to Calendar

Tuesday, Feb. 28th, 1-2:30pm, Faculty Commons | Zoom | Add to Calendar

Monday, Mar. 13th, 1-2:30pm, Faculty Commons | Zoom | Add to Calendar 

Wed, Mar. 22nd, 10:30-12pm, Faculty Commons | Zoom | Add to Calendar 

Recorded Webinars

Let's Keep It Real: Faculty Presence in Online and Blended Learning, Originally offered Jan. 18, 2023

Struggling to keep it real? Faculty “being there” for students is a game-changer in online and blended learning. Join Dr. Mike Truong, Dr. Sharon Titus, and Michelle Dukhovny to learn simple strategies on how to increase faculty presence in your classes that can be implemented as early as today.

Live Teaching with Zoom in Remote and Physical Classrooms, Originally offered Aug. 19, 2021

Dr. Mike Truong will host a session on how to teach live with Zoom in remote and physical classrooms. We will have plenty of time for questions related to the use of Zoom in your class.

Canvas Remote Teaching Training, Originally offered Aug. 10-14, 2020

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

Faculty Summer Institute, Originally offered May 18-21, 2020

The 2020 CTLA Faculty Summer Institute was a timely and unique professional development opportunity, focused on helping faculty engage students in remote learning environments.  The four half-day institute focused on teaching, learning, and technology. Each day we conversed about a variety of topics that resourced faculty with timely strategies and teaching practices that are effective in a remote learning environment. The first two days were focused on synchronous (real-time) strategies, and the latter two days were focused on asynchronous (self-paced) strategies.