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Provost’s Award
for Diversity
in the Curriculum

The Provost’s Award for Diversity in the Curriculum formally recognizes the efforts of faculty to integrate diversity and inclusion into their courses and curriculum. Learn more, apply for the award or nominate a colleague on our Diversity in the Curriculum page.

Classroom Services now offers HP Chromebooks for loan to University faculty. These Chromebooks are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Contact Classroom Services for more information or to set up a technology loan.

Chromebooks Now
Available for Loan

LMS Support and Consulting is featuring a series of “Creating Multimedia” workshops this term. Each workshop focuses on tips and tools to help instructors prepare course materials for their class. All workshops focus on software currently available in the Media Creation Lab.

Creating
Multimedia
Workshops

Lab assistant shows instructor multimedia creation options in the Media Creation Lab.
Lightboard in Media Creation Lab

Lightboard Installed
in Media Creation Lab

Our newest addition to the Media Creation Lab is a Lightboard that allows you to face forward while writing — giving students a clear view of your written words, speaking, and gesturing. You are welcome to experiment with the Lightboard and any other technology in the Media Creation Lab by reserving time using our online form.

The Teaching Center’s Open Lab and the University Library System (ULS) will collaborate on a number of workshops this fall in Hillman Library’s Digital Scholarship Commons. Interactive workshops on 360-video and 3D printing will focus on best practices for utilizing each technology, as well as hands-on work with Open Lab equipment. Registration is required.

Open Lab @ Hillman
Workshops Announced

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Experiences from the ID2ID Program

The ID2ID Program is a cross-institutional professional development program for Instructional Designers (ID) open to educational technologists, multimedia specialists, programmers, and production specialists in higher education settings. This joint initiative between Penn State University and Educause launched its first cohort…

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