Instructional Technology supports faculty members in the utilization of technology in order to enhance student learning. The instructional technologist provides one-on-one assistance as well as small group training for faculty members, readers, and office assistants. The Instructional Technologist and the Faculty Instructional Technology Committee work together to set goals and priorities, select tools, and establish policies for the instructional technology program.
Setting up Courses
Moodle Backup and Restore - Directions on moving over course material from Moodle (prior to the 2012-2013 school year).
Importing Moodle Courses - Importing a Moodle course from a previous semester.
Adding Enrollment Keys - Put an enrollment key on a class or use it to assign students to a specific group.
Enrolling Students in your Course - Students can either enroll in your class, or you can enroll them.
Making Course Available for Students - Detailed directions for making sure your course is available to students.
Attendance - An easy way to do attendance in your class.
Course Administration - Managing your course
Student Override - How to allow a student extra time on a quiz (or let them take it at another time).
Respondus LockDown Browser Instructions - This is an option if you are giving a quiz in the classroom or in the microlab.
Moodle FAQS - Under development.
Faculty Development Resources
Request a New Project
Faculty members are encouraged to experiment with new tools and methods. In order to establish a body of expertise on campus and to ensure that the required technology will run smoothly during the pilot program, we ask that all faculty members wishing to conduct a pilot project submit proposals and gain approval before beginning.
If you plan to solicit funding for the project from an outside source you will also need approval from the Office of Advancement.