In February, the School of Adult & Online Education (SAOE), Center for Teaching & Learning (CTL), and the Office of Strategic Information (OSI) held an open house. The open house gave faculty and staff the opportunity to learn about what our team is working on with video production, online course design, advanced data visualization, and learning technologies supporting the university. In addition, the SAOE admission and advising team talked about how they partner with non-traditional, weekend and evening, and online students.
Tours were also given of our video, design, and learning studios. Attendees enjoyed trying out the light board in the video studio and watching a demonstration of the 3D printer in the learning studio. We were very excited to showcase the learning studio. This professional development space in Gander 262 is used by the Learning Design and Technology (LDT) and CTL teams for workshops. In addition to the 3D printer, there are workstations available for faculty to work on Canvas courses, participate in one-on-one consultations with the LDT team, or test out a new technology. Stay tuned as we add more technology to the space and watch for work workshops on existing and new technology available to you on campus. If you’d like to inquire about reserving Gander 262 for a class, please email LDT.
Take a look at the photo gallery from the open house. We had a great time hosting our colleagues.