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Try Something New with Student Peer Review Register
**Please note: This is a two part workshop. The two sessions are complementary and build on each other - they are not duplicate sessions of the same workshop. To maximize learning and interactions with peers, please plan to participate in both workshop sessions.**
Tuesday, August 8 3 to 4pm, ILC Room 136
Digital Badging and Micro-credentialing, A Coffee Break Discussion
Please join the Office of Instruction and Assessment and the Office of Digital Learning for an afternoon coffee break and discussion on digital badging and micro-credentialing!
D2L Celebrates Excellence in Learning, Reveals Inspiring 2017 D2L/Brightspace Award Winners
The Excellence in Integrations and Extensibility Award recognizes D2L/Brightspace Developer Platform users. D2L/Brightspace offers open APIs and integration tools. With the D2L/Brightspace Developer Platform, customers can extend and enhance their D2L/Brightspace solution in countless ways.
Brown Bag: Intercultural Ecology and Faculty Development
WEDNESDAY, JULY 19TH AT 11:30 - 12:30 ILC 103A (OIA Conference room)
A po-ethical dwelling on the land and multimodal online storytelling as research praxis.
Join Mascha Gemein and Visiting Research Scholar and Faculty Developer Julie Vaudrin-Charette for a conversation on weaving pedagogical alliances.
Position Announcement OIA Faculty Development Graduate Assistant
The Office of Instruction and Assessment is looking for a 0.5 FTE graduate assistant for the 2017-2018 academic year. The focus will be to develop experience with and contribute to the work of educational/faculty development on the UA campus. The GA will work within the Faculty and Future Faculty Development team. This position will be a 0.5 Graduate Assistantship with associated benefits.
Josh Butcher is the OIA's most recent hire, and is our new Instructional Applications Support Specialist.
From Scattered to Scale: How the University of Arizona Manages 2TB of Lecture Capture Video Every Week (the 2TB here refers to 2 terabytes of data)
More than a quarter million hours — that’s how much time students at the University of Arizona collectively spent watching recorded lectures, flipped classroom presentations, and other academic video just in the last year.
Two terabytes — that’s the total size of the video files UA faculty and staff produce every single week as they work to create the best learning environment for the institution’s 42,000 students.