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Blackboard & More: By Request - Live at The Woodlands Campus this Fall!

Every other Tuesday this fall, SHSU Online staff will be at the woodlands campus from 5 – 6pm to answer questions about everything you’ve always wanted to know about Blackboard and associated software applications but were afraid to ask.  63 more words


Making It Fun and Successful: Strategies for Working With Learners in Academic Difficulty

By La Donna Porter, MD, and Margaret Stafford, MD.

Have you ever felt frustrated or daunted when trying to help a struggling learner? We, the co-chairs of the STFM Group on Learners in Academic Difficulty, have extensive experience in helping learners to develop and thrive. 1,382 more words


SHSU Online Faculty Development Offerings - September 2015

The fall semester brings with it many ways for faculty to work on their technology skills with SHSU Online. September will have its normal slate of face-to-face how-to sessions and completely online offerings as well as something new for the fall! 685 more words


Help Your New Faculty (Re-)Launch Their Careers!

As I relaunch this blog, I am also relaunching in other ways as well.

My family has recently relocated from our home of ten years to a new home in a new state. 1,246 more words


SHSU Online How-to Sessions - August 2015

The fall 2015 semester is upon us!  Make sure you are ready for your Blackboard students this fall with these courses geared to help you succeed: 489 more words


Facilitating Direct Observation of Medical Trainees: Enter the Minicard

   Most medical educators are familiar with the mini-CEX, developed by the ABIM and used extensively across US medical schools to facilitate direct observation and feedback of residents and medical students, particularly in internal medicine. 295 more words

Undergraduate Medical Education

BbWorld15: Drop-In Trainings - A Buffet Approach to Technology Training - Session Blog

Christala Smith
Director, Center for Instructional Development & Technology
Southeastern Oklahoma State University

Problem with scheduled training classes is low attendance.

Problem solving:

  • have to attend hour long training for 5 minutes of what they need…
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