Looking for a way for students to interact asynchronously using a communication platform used by the advertising industry, I decided to try Slack…
Come join my presentation “Get the Right Tools for the Job” tonight at 5:00 pm in the Pike Room in the Rhatigan Student Center. We’ll discuss the most vital tool, your resume, how social media can be a tool for you, rules to follow for content creation, and how to clean up your social media pages.
The WSU Office for Workforce, Professional and Community Education (WPCE) is now soliciting ideas for Fall 2017 badges. Badges are short courses of 1 credit hour or less designed for working, non-degree seeking professionals. Each college is encouraged to submit at least two badge ideas for consideration.
Since we’ve been discussing technical and practical ways to improve accessibility in online learning, I offer my story to give life to what we do.
I’m not sure if you’ve noticed, but there have been quite a few changes around the IDT website. Our office is working very hard to prepare some exciting new content for WSU faculty, staff, and students who teach or take courses online. Originally, we had planned to place this content on the Blackboard LMS and
Audiences are egocentric, according to Stephen Lucas, author of The Art of Public Speaking used in the Comm 111 classes here at WSU. When people listen to speeches, they want to know what’s in it for them. Our students are our audiences, so it should be no surprise if they enroll in our courses asking themselves, “What’s in it for me?”
Yesterday, Carolyn, Taylor, and I attended the Wichita State University Day at the Kansas Leadership Center. Our seven hour session focused on how to implement adaptive problem solving on the issue of diversity and inclusion. Surrounded by fellow WSU faculty and staff, we began our morning by discussion what our fondest aspirations were for the
Valentine’s Day is all around us. It has permeated the shiny candy wrappers in the WSU IDT team’s sugar stash; it’s been in my local Target from the moment they packed away all of the leftover Christmas merchandise that went unpurchased. And it’s definitely been in the air lately. So in the spirit of Saint Valentine himself,
As this month marks both the 90th anniversary of Black History Week and the 40th anniversary of Black History Month, those of us on the WSU IDT team thought that it would be a good idea to take some time and spotlight the ways that this university is recognizing the occasion: