SPRING 2024 Workshops
Unless otherwise specified, all workshops are offered via Zoom and in person.
Recordings will be posted in CTE 101.
|1. Course Design and Development Assistance
|As the semester begins, bring your last minute questions and tasks to this collaborative workshop designed to provide you with hands-on assistance in setting up your courses.
Location: Interactive Learning Center (ILC) (3rd Floor, Main Building).
|2. Empowering Success: Enhancing Executive Functioning Skills in Higher Ed.
|During this workshop, we will take a look at the importance of executive functioning skills in higher education and discuss strategies that will support students’ academic and personal success.
Location: Room: 308
12:00-1:00 PM Sign-Up
|3. Anatomage Table 10 Features
|Anatomage Table 10 is here. Stop by to explore new features that make Anatomage Table software even more powerful and compelling to make your lectures more engaging.
Location: ILC Anatomage Table Room
This workshop will be offered in person only.
|4. Rethinking Credit Hours: A Strategic Approach to Coursework and Higher Level Thinking
|This workshop will include discussion about the basic concept of credit hours and its implications on students’ workload. Resources and strategies to create assessments that promote critical thinking will be provided.
1:00-2:00 PM Sign-Up
|5. Zoom Beyond the Basics
|This session is designed for users seeking to elevate their virtual collaboration skills to new heights. We will take a look at advanced features that will help you use Zoom to its full potential.
Location: CEC 2009 (Clarkson Commons and Education Center)
12:00-1:00 PM Sign-Up
|6. Understanding the Student Lifecycle-Recruitment, Enrollment and Retention
|This session will discuss the differences between Recruitment, Enrollment and Retention, how they all fit together and how each person on campus plays a role in each. Guest Presenter, Jen Wilson.
Location: Room 308.
|7. Technology Overview
|This session will be an overview of the technologies available to the Clarkson College community.
Location: Room 210
|8. Opportunities to Strengthen Student Supports
|This workshop will include information on how to identify when an intervention is needed as well as strategies to improve responsiveness and student outcomes. Guest Presenter, Dr. Kathryn Onorato
Location: Room 308