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Professional Offerings for Faculty & Staff

What are Professional Offerings?

Professional Offerings are information and question/answer sessions on topics regarding the resources available at the Center for Student Success.

Connect with the Center for Student Success for more information or email at coecss@unm.edu.

College of Education Technology Overview

Focusing more on capabilities, and the staff members in the Center that provide them, this offering  is designed to give an overview to faculty, students and staff of what is available from the Center for Student Success.  This seminar will introduce the participants to the different technology available and answer questions on how to access it.  This seminar is best for people who want to just become familiar with what is available to them and how they can gain access in order to use the technology.  Once familiar, a person can decide what other seminars to attend or what further questions to ask. 

The presentation is short (around 15 – 20 minutes) in order to allow participants to ask more specific questions about their needs in the time allotted.

Offerings:

  • TBA

TEC Classroom Technology

SmartBoards, document cameras, laptop connections, video screens, video projectors, student computer connections… there is a lot of capability available in the TEC Classrooms.  This offering will provide faculty, staff and students the knowledge of powering on and connecting to these different capabilities.  This seminar will also show an example of how to use each piece of technology.

The presentation is short (around 15 – 20 minutes) in order to allow participants to ask more specific questions about their needs in the time allotted.

Offerings:

  • TBA

Printing in the College of Education

This seminar will go over the various printing capabilities in the College of Education --- from our flagship banner printing capability down to our computer lab printing.  We will go over the various ways to print and how to access them, either through our support ticket system or just from the labs.  Presentation of your ideas is essential to having the ideas heard.  The Center for Student Success also has design consulting capabilities which we will show some examples of during this seminar.

The presentation is short (around 15 – 20 minutes) in order to allow participants to ask more specific questions about their needs in the time allotted.

Offerings:

  • TBA

Academic Integrity and Turn It In

The College of Education has been working to create tools for faculty and students to be able to advance the concept of academic integrity.  The focus has been to create an atmosphere that mentors and guides students in the accepted ways for presenting their work and the work of others in their research. 

This seminar will be offered amongst other training sessions on Academic Integrity.  The College of Education will be rolling out a few different resources as the initiative is developed.

Filming Classes in the College of Education

The Center for Student Success has a lot of capability to film and record classroom activities.  Along with the video and video editing capabilities we already have, we are currently developing the means to stream a class presentation over the web to class participants at a distance.  This seminar will go through the capabilities that the Center has along with how to engage those capabilities as faculty or students. 

The presentation is short (around 25 – 30 minutes) in order to allow participants to ask more specific questions about their needs in the time allotted.

  • TBA