Helping educators at any level learn new technology skills is a challenge, especially with the overloaded schedules everyone seems to habitually keep these days.
Some great suggestions and links have been provided on CogDogBlog’s post about “ePorts Raging.” Two of these models you might want to check out are:
- “LearnShops” offered by the Maricopa Center for Learning and Instruction
- Faculty development courses by the TLTGroup
Excellent resources! It would be great if some of the upcoming sessions would be podcast so those of us not able to attend in person could still benefit from the great ideas being shared by these organizations!
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