Every Learner Everywhere Digital Learning Workshops

The Every Learner Everywhere Digital Learning Workshops are designed to help administrators, instructional designers, and faculty redesign the learning experience to incorporate tools that will increase student equity and success.

 

Workshops

Every Learner workshops provide opportunities for faculty, instructional designers and administrators to collaborate with peers and experts via synchronous and asynchronous methods for effective and engaging learning. Register for upcoming workshops and view session recordings from past workshops to effectively enhance your learning environment equitably with evidence-based teaching practices through digital learning.

Teaching as Online Adjunct Faculty: Practical Resources for Instruction

Self-Paced Online Workshop

Faculty development and instructional support are important aspects for ensuring that online adjunct faculty have the resources they need to successfully offer instruction. This is a self-paced workshop geared towards upskilling online adjunct faculty who are seeking these various resources and support related to designing and facilitating quality online instruction within inclusive digital learning environments.

Supporting Online Adjunct Faculty: Resources for Administrators and Staff

Self-Paced Online Workshop

Given the piecemeal work of most adjunct faculty, support for this key population of instructors is unique, especially for those who are fully online. The goal of this workshop is to provide access to materials, processes, and documents that will guide administrators and staff in creating an organizational environment that will support online adjunct faculty. This offering is tailored to a number of different institutional roles that are charged with supporting, enhancing, or building adjunct faculty development programs.

Engage! Using Adaptive Courseware and Digital Technology to Enhance Student Learning

January 20, 2022 | 12:00 MT

Many instructors are striving to make good use of digital technology to interact with students and help them master challenging course material. In the General Chemistry Program at Colorado State University, we’ve used a mix of adaptive learning platforms, static homework, in-class active learning activities, and digital monitoring to enhance student learning and engagement.