This is a free hands-on workshop focusing on instructional uses for a variety of technology tools including audio, video, clickers, enhanced PowerPoints, blogs, open educational resources, Canvas, mobile apps, and more. Participants who complete the entire 3.5-day workshop will receive a certificate and might be eligible for 1 unit toward salary advancement. (Please check with your division chair or dean regarding salary advancement eligibility.)
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The workshop is designed as a broad survey of technologies that can be incorporated into instruction. It is not realistic to expect to become an expert with any individual technology within the week. Rather, participants should expect to receive introductory exposure to a vast array of technology tools, thus giving them a reference point from which to venture forth and begin their individual explorations. Each participant will work on an individual project as the week progresses. Projects will be showcased at the end, so everyone can learn from each other and offer suggestions for future iterations.
Participants will come from both Bakersfield and Porterville College. This is an excellent opportunity to learn from a wide spectrum of faculty in various disciplines. The Workshop will take place at the BC campus on two days and at the PC campus on the other two days, so travel will be required. Participants are responsible for their own transportation. Lunch will be provided, Monday-Wednesday.
To register for this 3.5 day workshop, send an email to email@example.com.
There is limited seating, so please don’t wait.
Date & Time: 05/23/2016 9:00 am to 05/26/2016 12:00 pm
Location: Porterville College and Bakersfield College
Presenters: Sarah Phinney and Tracy Lovelace
Located in the PC Library in room 439, the Technology Learning Center (TLC), is a resource for staff and faculty who would like to further their knowledge and skills with technology. The center also offers some advanced technologies to help faculty and staff prepare resources or connect with students and colleagues. Stop by and check it out! Or visit the Website for useful tips and resources: TLC Homepage