Desire2Learn is the university’s central learning management system, which helps instructors offer or supplement courses online. For training or questions Click Here to visit their website or Call (404) 413-4700 for one on one consultations.
The GSU Book Club
Insight comes from without. That’s why a great book recommendation is one of the greatest gifts you can give somebody, that and the chance to share the reading experience with others.
The GSU book club is an informal network of people sharing books with each other and getting together for a couple of hours each semester to discuss one book in particular. If you come across a book of potential general interest, share the title with the Center and we’ll share it with others. You can provide reviews and summaries here so that others can decide if they want to read it and when we get enough people (10 ) inspired to read a book collectively, we’ll set a time and date for the conversation. And we’ll make the coffee.
Read reviews of books we’ve come across so far.
Write a review so others can decide if they want to read it with you.
Group Instructional Feedback Technique (G.I.F.T.)
About Mid-semester, we feel its a good time to take the pulse of a class. We offer you Group Instructional Feedback Technique (GIFT) session. A representative from CII visits you classroom and, in your absence, facilitates a 20-30 minute discussion with your students about the class. The highlights of that discussion are then reported to you. To schedule a G.I.F.T. session, email cii@.gsu.edu.
Individual Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Consultations
Services for individual faculty engaged in research on teaching and learning include:
- Manuscript review
- Advice on journals for submission
- Travel grants for conference presentations
For more information or to set up an appointment, call Harry Dangel at 404-413-2540 for email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Center for instructional Innovation facilitates department workshops and colloquia on a wide range of topics including writing intensive methodologies, critical thinking based assignments, problem-based learning, web 2.0 enabled courses. The Center for instructional Innovation facilitates department workshops and colloquia on a wide range of topics including writing intensive methodologies, critical thinking based assignments, problem-based learning, web 2.0 enabled course design, and more. To learn more or to reserve a time, call George Pullman at 404-413-5854 or email at email@example.com.
Undergraduate Students and IT
New ECAR Report | September 18, 2012
This annual study is conducted to help institutions and educators understand the undergraduate student behaviors and opinions of today to inform the technology needs of the students of tomorrow.
Participate in the 2013 Student Study
Join the growing list of institutions participating in the ECAR student study. Contact us, and we’ll follow up with the information you need to get started.