Get an online presence with Wake Sites

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Wake Sites is a new service offered to WFU faculty, staff, and students. It allows you to create and manage your own WordPress site for whatever use you can dream. Additionally, it provides the ability to set up and host a few more specialized web-based services, such as Big PictureScalar,…

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Faculty-Centered Conferences on Technology

Conferences, Un-Conferences and Consortiums Instructional Technology staff have found their attendance at the following faculty-centered conferences to be extremely valuable. Faculty who wish to expand their knowledge and skills in the area of instructional technology will also find these conferences valuable as they begin their journey into new instructional possibilities.…

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Engaging Students on Snow Days

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Faculty often lose class days due to university closure and/or delay during the first part of Spring semester. Students enrolled in a first-half of spring semester course are most often impacted. When classes are cancelled right before an exam or major project, you might consider providing an alternative activity to…

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Sakai Workshops

The Learning Management System Team invites faculty to attend the following workshops on Sakai LMS and accompanying tools. Please visit the PDC website for dates, times and registration: Introduction to Sakai This hands-on workshop includes navigation of Sakai, creating a new site, selecting tools within Sakai, how to get…

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Google Classroom

Google Classroom is a teacher-centered interface to Google Drive (Docs, Sheets, and Slides) and allows you to easily manage student work in the cloud. Google Classroom is not a learning management system. However, Google Classroom is a nice alternative to Sakai’s Assignments tool when you need a collaborative, cloud-based file…

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