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Adobe Connect License Expiring at End of Semester

Posted by on April 8, 2018

  The Missouri S&T license for Adobe Connect is expiring at the end of Spring 2018, and the service will no longer be available. Alternative solutions for online meetings and lecture capture are currently in place, such as Zoom, Panopto, and Canvas Conferences. If you have any Adobe Connect recordings you would like to preserve, you will need […]

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Instructors: S&T connect is now used for sending Academic Alerts

Posted by on February 24, 2015

S&T Connect is the new system for sending out Academic Alerts. Instead of sending out an “Alert”, you “Raise a Flag.” As before, challenged students and their academic advisors will receive a copy of your communication so that corrective actions can be identified and taken. Here’s a quick visual tutorial to help you start using […]

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S&Tconnect Early Alert Workshops offered by Undergraduate Studies on August 18 and 21

Posted by on August 6, 2014

The Office of Undergraduate Studies will be hosting workshops for the new S&Tconnect Early Alert system on Monday, August 18, from 9 – 11 a.m. and on Thursday, August 21, from 1 – 3 p.m. Both workshops will be held in Centennial Hall Room 105. Instructors only need to attend one of the workshops. S&Tconnect […]

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Missouri S&T – Teaching Partners

Posted by on March 13, 2018

Source: certi.mst.edu Teaching Partners is a confidential professional development service for instructors who want to enhance their teaching through peer observation and feedback. Trained faculty mentors and instructional designers meet with interested instructors in a collegial atmosphere where there is mutual sharing that benefits both parties. EdTech and CERTI worked together with faculty to develop […]

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Teacher Characteristics and Behaviors that Make a Difference

Posted by on March 13, 2018

There’s no shortage of lists identifying desirable teacher characteristics, are students are fairly consistent in naming the behaviors that help them learn.

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A Memo to Students on Cheating

Posted by on January 24, 2018

Our institutional and/or course policies aren’t doing much to stop cheating in college. How we get students to realize how much cheating hurts them? It has nothing to do with whether they’re caught, but rather the personal consequences.

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Simple Strategies to Develop Rapport with Students and Build a Positive Classroom Climate | Tomorrow’s Professor Postings

Posted by on January 24, 2018

Source: tomprof.stanford.edu Student engagement and class participation are two of the characteristics that most everyone identifies with a successful course. But how do you get this engagement? In this article is one strategy on building that engagement in your classroom. 

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Using Lecture Capture or Clickers for Spring 2018?

Posted by on December 4, 2017

Do you plan to use lecture capture during SPRING 2018? If so, then Educational Technology will need to gather some basic information from you so that we may prepare any room(s) in which you will be teaching with the appropriate technology. http://mst.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6LMRNHB1fYjY5et (Please fill out the survey by Friday, December 29) This survey will ask […]

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Which Technologies Are You Thankful For?

Posted by on November 17, 2017

As the students and faculty of Missouri S&T prepare to break for the Thanksgiving holiday, it seems like a good time to look back at how some key pieces of computer technology have changed the educational experience at American universities like our own Missouri S&T. The biggest, most recent, and most obvious game-changer that’s small […]

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Canvas Stats Digest: First Three Weeks (Aug 21—Sep 11)

Posted by on September 11, 2017

USERS – Now that we have a few weeks behind us, we can look back at what the data show us about student Canvas use, and we can begin to see some patterns emerge. For example, on what days do students log in the most?  The answer to that is not surprising–Saturdays are consistently the […]

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