Upcoming Events

NISOD’s events ensure that you’re continually up to date about the latest practices, principles, and technologies designed to improve teaching, learning, and leadership, with the ultimate goal being to increase student success. Click an event title to view more details.

DATETYPEEVENT TITLELOCATION
February 5, 2021Virtual WorkshopExercise Toolkit for Virtual Interactive Teaching and Learning
 Module 1-February 5
 Module 2-February 12
Zoom
February 5, 2021Virtual WorkshopIs There Intelligent Life Online? Searching for Tangible Evidence of Critical-Thinking Skills
 Module 1-February 5
 Module 2-February 12
Zoom
February 9, 2021Virtual WorkshopMeeting Students Where They Are
 Module 1-February 9
 Module 2-February 11
 Module 3-February 16
Zoom
February 10, 2021Virtual WorkshopEmpathy, Innovation, and Collaboration
 Module 1-February 10
 Module 2-February 17
Zoom
February 18, 2021WebinarCreating a More Inclusive Healthcare Program Admissions ProcessZoom
February 19, 2021Virtual WorkshopIgniting the Light of Online Creativity: The Virtual Inspirational Six (The V-i6)
 Module 1-February 19
 Module 2-February 26
 Module 3-March 5
Zoom
February 19, 2021Virtual WorkshopAddressing Faculty Anxiety
 Module 1-February 19
 Module 2-February 26
Zoom
February 24, 2021Virtual WorkshopEmergence, Not Exhaustion: Sustainable Teaching in Online Environments
 Module 1-February 24
 Module 2-March 3
 Module 3-March 10
Zoom
March 2, 2021Virtual WorkshopDesigning and Delivering Inclusive Courses
 Module 1-March 2
 Module 2-March 9
Zoom
March 5, 2021Virtual WorkshopBeyond the LMS: Using Free Digital Learning and Teaching Tools in the COVID Age
 Module 1-March 5
 Module 2-March 12
Zoom
March 19, 2021Virtual WorkshopTeaching Critical Thinking Online
 Module 1-March 19
Zoom
March 25, 2021WebinarHead in the Clouds, Feet in the Weeds: Collaborative CapstonesZoom
March 26, 2021Virtual WorkshopEmotional Intelligence, Student Efficacy, and the Growth Mindset
 Module 1-March 26
 Module 2-April 2
Zoom
April 8, 2021WebinarLeveraging Wikipedia in First Year Interest Courses: A High-Impact Learning ModelZoom