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Professional Development

Upcoming Sessions

The Office of Electronic and Continuing Education strives to produce high quality professional development to meet the needs of our faculty and staff. On this page, we present a variety of resources available to you on demand. Our monthly newsletter, the Tech Toolbox, covers a variety of tools that may be utilized in electronic or face-to-face classes. The schedule for professional development workshops is released monthly via Messenger and can be viewed at any time here. If you have suggestions for resources that you would like to see on this page or for future workshops, please fill out our feedback form.

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WORKSHOPS

ECE offers a variety of professional development opportunities. A majority of these sessions are offered via Webex, and we also host department-specific training sessions upon request.

For a complete list of workshops offered through the Office of Electronic and Continuing Education, see our Workshops Page. For a current schedule, click on Upcoming Sessions at the top of this page.

SPOTLIGHT

In the Spotlight: The Tech Toolbox is a monthly newsletter produced by the Office of Electronic and Continuing Education (ECE). It covers new upcoming technology, professional development, and other tools for course improvement and productivity. If you have an idea you would like to see in future Tech Toolbox newsletters, contact us!

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Use the form below for questions, comments, feature requests or to set up a one-on-one consultation with a member of our team. We look forward to connecting with you.

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