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CCIT Newsletter

CCIT announces their new CCIT Newsletter! Find out what’s hot for the current month with our newsletter with quick sound bytes, training spotlights, things to put into practice, exciting news, and D2L updates.

Upcoming Events

(D) = Dover   (G) = Georgetown   (S) = Stanton   (W) = Wilmington   (Z) = Zoom

Sep
22
Tue
T.A.L.L: How do you maintain engagement in your course? @ Zoom
Sep 22 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am

Small spotlight lampNow that we are well into the semester, how do you keep up the momentum? In this session, we’ll discuss ways to keep students excited and interested in your course throughout the semester. Bring your ideas for ways that we can build on the excitement from the first few weeks for the duration of the course.

Hosted by April Higgins and Al Unrath

Zoom Link: dtcc.zoom.us/j/92580833979

Sep
23
Wed
T.A.L.L.: How do you maintain engagement in your course? @ Zoom
Sep 23 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Small spotlight lampNow that we are well into the semester, how do you keep up the momentum? In this session, we’ll discuss ways to keep students excited and interested in your course throughout the semester. Bring your ideas for ways that we can build on the excitement from the first few weeks for the duration of the course.

Hosted by April Higgins and Al Unrath

Zoom Link: dtcc.zoom.us/j/96269097122

Sep
25
Fri
Coffee Talk: Video Editing Tips & Tricks @ Zoom
Sep 25 @ 9:00 am – 9:15 am

Friday, September 25th: Join Jason and Carrie as we discuss how to take your recorded videos and transform them into high-impact learning materials with just a few simple tips and tricks. We will showcase a few video editing software options, but the techniques can be applied to any video.

Hosted by Jason Silverstein and Carrie Curry

Zoom Link: dtcc.zoom.us/j/93627251230

Sep
29
Tue
T.A.L.L. How do you gather and use student feedback? @ Zoom
Sep 29 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am

Small spotlight lampStudent feedback is powerful! What informal and formal methods do you use to collect information from the students? In this session, we will discuss questioning strategies for gathering information and how (or if) you should take action on the feedback you receive.

Hosted by April Higgins and Al Unrath

Zoom Link:  dtcc.zoom.us/j/99495896944

Sep
30
Wed
T.A.L.L.: How do you gather and use student feedback? @ Zoom
Sep 30 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Small spotlight lampStudent feedback is powerful! What informal and formal methods do you use to collect information from the students? In this session, we will discuss questioning strategies for gathering information and how (or if) you should take action on the feedback you receive.

Hosted by April Higgins and Al Unrath

Zoom Link: dtcc.zoom.us/j/96794439163

Oct
6
Tue
T.A.L.L.: How do you get students to participate? @ Zoom
Oct 6 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am

Small spotlight lampIn this session, we will discuss strategies to get your students to participate in your class activities. We are looking for ideas to get students participating in Zoom sessions, online discussion boards, and collaborative projects. Bring your ideas for getting students engaged in the learning process!

Hosted by April Higgins and Al Unrath

Zoom Link: dtcc.zoom.us/j/93184941420

Oct
7
Wed
T.A.L.L: How do you get students to participate? @ Zoom
Oct 7 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Small spotlight lampIn this session, we will discuss strategies to get your students to participate in your class activities. We are looking for ideas to get students participating in Zoom sessions, online discussion boards, and collaborative projects. Bring your ideas for getting students engaged in the learning process!

Hosted by April Higgins and Al Unrath

Zoom Link: dtcc.zoom.us/j/98688952359