MS Office Excel 2016 (Customized for eFolders)

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This is not an eFolders workshop. However, this workshop will cover how to use Microsoft Excel 2016 for eFolders, as well as for grading, formulas, logical tests, and other topics. Some basics of Excel will also be reviewed, such as printing to fit on one page. To register email: itec@citytech.cuny.edu

iTEC: eParse Workshop

The ePARSE system was implemented to facilitate the creation and review of a faculty PARSE report. The system is intended to help organize faculty PARSE submissions and streamline the review process. For information about the contents of the ePARSE, refer to the Guidelines for Faculty Personnel Process.

iTEC: eParse Workshop

The ePARSE system was implemented to facilitate the creation and review of a faculty PARSE report. The system is intended to help organize faculty PARSE submissions and streamline the review process. For information about the contents of the ePARSE, refer to the Guidelines for Faculty Personnel Process.

iTEC: eParse Workshop

The ePARSE system was implemented to facilitate the creation and review of a faculty PARSE report. The system is intended to help organize faculty PARSE submissions and streamline the review process. For information about the contents of the ePARSE, refer to the Guidelines for Faculty Personnel Process.

iTEC: eParse Workshop

The ePARSE system was implemented to facilitate the creation and review of a faculty PARSE report. The system is intended to help organize faculty PARSE submissions and streamline the review process. For information about the contents of the ePARSE, refer to the Guidelines for Faculty Personnel Process.

Transitioning to Hybrid Courses

Presenters: Professor Mary Sue Donsky and Dr. Karen Lundstrem This workshop will help you determine how best to design your hybrid course, with attention to which activities work best online synchronously, asynchronously, and face-to-face. A special focus will be given to synchronous online teaching and activities since many professors will be teaching mostly or fully

OLAC presents Use of Video and Specialized resources to Improve Comprehension in Hybrid Courses

Use of video, including YuJa, and specialized resources, such as City Tech Writer, to improve comprehension in hybrid courses (as well as in-progress HyFlex) — Professors Sue Brandt, Entertainment Technology, and Lucas Kwong, English. Register here and a ZOOM link will be sent immediately to your inbox. Each month during the spring semester, faculty from

OLAC: A sea of dark screens: Keeping students active in Zoom and hybrid classes

Each month during the spring semester, faculty from the City Tech Online Learning Advisory Council (OLAC) and Dr. Karen Lundstrem, Chair of OLAC, will present techniques, resources, and best practices on a specific topic that is relevant to creating hybrid learning spaces designed to deepen student understanding and increase student success. After the presentations, faculty

OLAC: Blending synchronous and asynchronous modalities in hybrid courses across OpenLab and Blackboard platforms

Each month during the spring semester, faculty from the City Tech Online Learning Advisory Council (OLAC) and Dr. Karen Lundstrem, Chair of OLAC, will present techniques, resources, and best practices on a specific topic that is relevant to creating hybrid learning spaces designed to deepen student understanding and increase student success. After the presentations, faculty

OLAC: Putting Labs and Internships Online

Each month during the spring semester, faculty from the City Tech Online Learning Advisory Council (OLAC) and Dr. Karen Lundstrem, Chair of OLAC, will present techniques, resources, and best practices on a specific topic that is relevant to creating hybrid learning spaces designed to deepen student understanding and increase student success. After the presentations, faculty