What is this?
Training classes introduce faculty to a major topic or tool in instructional technology, and provide a place where faculty help each other find ways to use the tool appropriately to enhance their particular classes.
Why would I use this?
If you want some help getting started with a particular technology tool, or want some help thinking through how to adapt an assignment to take advantage of the technology tool.
How do I use this?
We publicize classes throughout the year on different topics. Register for our current workshops online.
You can contact us at any time by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or phoning the Faculty Support Center at 516-463-7777 and RSVPing to set up an appointment to review the instructional technology options you have.
If there is a topic that you would like to see covered that is not listed here, please let us know! E-mail fcshelp@hofstra or call 516-463- with your request.
The following workshop topics have been proposed by faculty and are available upon request. Please click on linked topics below for some immediate information to get you started.
Blackboard and Google docs - Using Google Docs to Teach Composition
But we want to help you with what you want! Let us know if you - or your program, department, or colleagues - want a training class on a particular topic.
Where can I find additional resources?
Throughout this wiki! Have you tried searching on a particular idea or technical tool (including the ones listed above)? If you haven't found a page that helps, email us and let us know - the address is below!
Where can I get help?
Faculty Computing Services is here to help you!
- Email FCS by clicking this link: email@example.com
- Phone: 516-463-7777
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