Resources

ID&T Lunch and Learns

ID&T Lunch and Learns provide faculty with a view of how their Regis colleagues use technology in their classrooms.

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ID&T Today blog

IDT Today is focused on the areas of instructional design, instructional technologies, and their uses in classroom instruction, both face-to-face and online. Posts come from department members, teaching faculty, administrators, and others with a perspective on instructional design and technology best practices.

Embedded Office Hours Program

Provides just-in-time onsite support for faculty course developers. An ID&T staff consultant is on-site one day a week at each of the colleges to assist with course design and development, instructional technologies, and consult with course developers and instructors.

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Teaching and Learning with Technology Micro-grant

The Teaching and Learning with Technology Micro-grant is a program for the funding of small scale faculty initiatives promoting the use of learning technologies for the enhancement of teaching and learning.

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Atomic Learning (now HooNuit)

Atomic Learning, now known as HooNuit, is the just-in-time online technology training and professional development resource available to all faculty and staff. HooNuit contains thousands of short, 1-3 minute video tutorials on hundreds of the most common software products, and all are available 24/7/365. Log in using your RegisNET ID and password.

Atomic Learning (HooNuit)

Online Learning Consortium Workshops

Faculty and staff may register for any asynchronous (anytime/anywhere) or synchronous (specific time/anywhere) workshops at no charge. Asynchronous workshops typically last one week. Synchronous workshops are four hours in length. Registration is free to faculty and staff but you must register through idt@regis.edu.

2016 Schedule

MOOC schedules

Take advantage of freely available courses in virtually all subjects through one of the following MOOC providers. All courses are free and open to all. Course length is typically six weeks and contain readings, video lectures, discussion boards, assignments and quizzes.

Journals

e-publications