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Hosted virtually, July 14-16 and August 5-7 from 9 a.m.-noon, this training series will address technology available in on-campus classroom spaces, techniques to design and organize course materials, synchronous and asynchronous teaching techniques, and more.

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Moodle will upgrade to version 3.8 on Wednesday, May 27, from 1 a.m.-7 a.m. During this time, Moodle will be unavailable to all users. Learn more about new features.

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On Thursday, March 26, Teaching and Learning Technologies (TLT) presented webinars focused on using Microsoft Teams for remote work. Learn more and view a recording of the training.

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Online via Webex on Thursday, March 26 from 12:20 p.m. to 1:20 p.m., the Provost’s Office and Teaching and Learning Technologies (TLT) co-hosted the second part of a series focused on designing pedagogically sound assessments and incorporating technology tools to support student learning. Learn more and view a recording of this session.

Now through May 31, Adobe has provided Elon students and faculty with temporary at-home access to Adobe Creative Cloud to ease concerns about instruction during this time of disruption. Read more to get started.

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As we look to the start of remote learning courses, Teaching and Learning Technologies (TLT) Student Consultants presented webinars for students on Sunday, March 22 and Monday, March 23 to share tips and best practices for navigating Webex and Kaltura. Learn more and view recordings of each session.

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Teaching and Learning Technologies (TLT) will offer a series of training sessions, in-person and online, to help you quickly prepare to teach online. Attend or watch recordings of recent sessions about Moodle and Webex. Learn more.

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The Provost’s Office and Teaching Learning Technologies (TLT) are co-hosting a two-part series, March 5 and 26, focused on designing pedagogically sound assessments and incorporating technology tools to support student learning. Learn more.

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Project teams often come with an abundance of email, documents and meetings that can quickly stifle your productivity. But incorporating Microsoft Teams can save you time and help your group work more efficiently. Learn more.

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Microsoft Teams is a great tool for faculty seeking new ways to increase student engagement, foster collaboration and enhance learning in their courses – all in one interactive online hub. Learn more.