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2019 KPC R-Engage 3-Day Faculty Workshop

Get Ready, Get Set, Get Re-Engaged!

The Educational Technology Team is excited to announce the upcoming Re-Engage end-of-semester workshop! ETT is now accepting applications from KPC faculty for a three-day, "Re-Engage" professional development workshop that will be held in August 2019. This workshop will help faculty reframe techniques with course accessibility, innovative educational technology, and best practices in online pedagogical approaches!

Workshop Dates

August 7-9, 2019
9 a.m.-3 p.m. with an optional open lab from 3-4 p.m.

The application period is now closed. 

If you would like to be placed on a waitlist, email Jenn Pedersen

Get Compensated for Your Time and Commitment 

Workshop participants will receive $500 for attending all three days. Participants will automatically be enrolled in a pilot program through UAA’s Academic Innovations and eLearning department and will select one online course to undergo a thorough accessibility review. During day 1 of the workshop, participants will receive an in-depth accessibility report which will be used during the afternoon sessions. Expect swag bags and daily door prizes and all participants will be entered into a drawing for a chance to try out a new Dell Canvas for the upcoming academic year.

Workshop Description

KPC is committed to furthering opportunities for faculty and adjuncts to learn and expand their knowledge and expertise in the area of course accessibility and online course design and delivery. Day 1 workshop sessions will challenge faculty to reframe ways to think about accessibility. Day 2 workshop sessions will energize faculty to reimagine innovative ways to incorporate eTech tools. Day 3 workshop sessions will inspire faculty to refresh the design and delivery of their courses. This workshop will help to strengthen the educational technology skills and pedagogical techniques that will empower faculty to further enhance their online courses.

Learning Outcomes

At the end of the workshop participants will be able to:

  • Demonstrate application of course accessibility guidelines in their course materials
  • Identify educational technology tools that can be used to support course objectives
  • Evaluate their pedagogical approaches with best practices in mind
  • Provide continuous improvement input for consideration in future workshops 

Contact Info

Jennifer Pedersen
Lead Instructional Designer
Jennifer Pedersen
Campus: Kenai River Campus Web page