The Learning Technologies Summer Institute (LTSI), now in its 15th year, assists faculty to integrate technology into the curriculum. The LTSI is scheduled for May 13-16, 2013. We invite all permanent or part time faculty and graduate Teaching Assistants (TAs) to submit an online application.
The LTSI is a workshop that examines the pedagogical case for inclusion of technologies in teaching and learning. The changing nature of education is such that the importance of distance education can not be overstated. This workshop showcases both standard and cutting-edge technologies for improving instruction with a focus on distance education this year. There will be hands-on training with one-on-one support for individual technology needs. This workshop is appropriate for novices as well as those experienced with technology. Participants who complete the workshop will receive a $525 grant to support continued development of their course materials.Who Can Apply?
All faculty (continuing tenured, tenure-track, visiting & part-time) and graduate Teaching Assistants (TAs) are invited to submit an online application. Because of the integrated nature of the program, submission of an application indicates a commitment to attend the full program.
The Provost's Office, University Libraries and Information Technology Services sponsor the LTSI.
Applications for the 2013 LTSI are due by 5pm on Friday, April 5. Click the Application link above to apply.