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Save the Date: Friday, March 20

The University of Michigan Dearborn has hosted a Digital Education Day for each of the last four years. Their promotional materials note, “The event includes seminars, panels, and workshops on a variety of popular digital education topics at UM-Dearborn and neighboring institutions.” You can see the kind of sessions they have sponsored at their Hub’s […]

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Share Your Techspertise

CTEI Happenings would love to post articles about how you are using technology in the classroom. These articles could serve as a reference for teachers who need just a pointer to the technology and not a full session. Or they could serve to let teachers know who else already knows how to use certain software. […]

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Spotlight on Math

In addition to the always bright shining Bioluminescence series of workshops the math department also has a series of workshops open to all faculty. Watch for Spotlight on Math on the CTEI calendar. While some of the topics may be specific to math others will have more general interest. For example this Thursday and next […]

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KICK: Learning Lab, Library, and Writing Center

The important thing when naming a series of sessions is to choose an acronym and then pick the word to fit that acronym. KICK stands for keep increasing campus knowledge. It is intended to kick off the careers of new faculty and other employees at the college by letting them know about the services available […]

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Monday Morning Mentor

Part-time teachers can earn additional pay under the AFO contract for attending some CTEI sessions. This includes our virtual sessions through Monday Morning Mentor. If a teacher watches two Monday Morning Mentor segments and sends their notes for the sessions along with the reimbursement form to Jeff Morford or Pamela Stewart we can submit this […]

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Unlikely Recap

Around 50 people attended the Monday, September 23 showing of Unlikely. This included several students and guests from the University of Detroit Mercy and Wayne State University. Many of the guests were here because the showing was sponsored by ReBUILDetroit and UD Mercy and WSU are two of our partners in the grant. The movie […]

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Bioluminescence: Using HFC Online to Save Trees and Support Students

The Biology department presented a session Wednesday about how to use various resources in HFC Online (Moodle) to support students. Professor Michelle Wilson showed all the features she uses to cut down on paper usage and to make it easier for students to find documents and find answers to common questions. This has the happy […]