News and Announcements
Keep abreast of what's happening in our world of learning technologies and design. We'll post a brief summary of the latest news and announcements here. If you have questions or would like more details, contact us at email@example.com
News for Everyone
Website Redesigned- Well, here we go...a website redesign for our online learners and teachers. This time we tried to better organize the content and address the needs of specific users. This site is geared toward students, faculty and departmental staff who are teaching and learning online. Hopefully, it will be a little easier to find answers to your questions. We are still tweaking some areas, so let us know how we can improve. What information do you need?
Meet the Staff- Come by anytime to say hello! We are eager to talk about your ideas for teaching and learning online and are here to help with your design and development. We are in UW 133 in Victoria.
Na Wu- Instructional Designer - firstname.lastname@example.org- 361.570.4256
Bev Hoerig- Multimedia Specialist - email@example.com - 361.570.4282
Register for Workshops- The Spring 2007 workshop schedule is now online and you can reserve your seat in any of our workshops. Go to the Faculty Tutorials & Workshops page to review what's available and then click the Register link to reserve your seat.
Webinars- We have posted information and the schedule for the first series of online webinars for faculty. These webinars will cover a variety of topics and be held at over the lunch hour in an online meeting room. Check it out on the Faculty/Webinars page.
Register for Workshops- he Fall 2006 workshop schedule is now online and you can reserve your seat in any of our workshops. Go to the Faculty Tutorials & Workshops page to review what's available and then click the Register link to reserve your seat.
Subscribe to our Blog- The world of blogging has exploded over the past year and we are jumping on the wagon! What is blogging? In its simplest form, it's an online diary--a web log of one's opinions and thoughts on a subject. A blog is typically a collection of journal entries by the blogger, with an option for visitors to add their own comments. So, blogging has essentially become a network of community discussion on any and all topics. See Wikipedia's definition and history of the blog.
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Revised WebQuest Tutorial- WebQuests are structured, web-based learning activities that guide students through the process of gathering information to solving a problem and completing a project. WebQuests are often built and used by K12 teachers to analysis and critical-thinking skills in their students. Students in our Curriculum and Instruction program (School of Education) are often required to build sample WebQuests as part of their coursework.
Lectora demonstration- Check out a demonstration of Lectora during the Managers' Meeting, Thursday, Jan. 18th, 9-10am. Presented over ITV in Victoria: UC302, Sugar Land: 109, and Cinco Ranch: 144. Lectora is a tool to help you develop effective web-based training. For more details on this technology, please visit our Technology for Training page.
Adobe Breeze News
Adobe announces a change to their product names. The next version of Breeze will be re-branded as follows:
- Breeze Meeting will be Adobe Acrobat Connect Professional
- Breeze Presenter will be Adobe Presenter 6
As more details are available, we will update our website with this change.
Meet the Franchisor Forum - 12/10/2013
Customer Service - 12/12/2013
Quickbooks - 12/13/2013
ACS - Relay for Life - Team Captain Meetings - 1/14/2014
SABP Stakeholders Meeting - 1/16/2014
Outstanding business school graduates look to future - 12/05/2013