On March 16th we rapidly transitioned the educational mission to fully remote. Hear the stories of how UCSF educators have adapted and be ready to share your own.
Join us at the next Learning Innovations Showcase on Thursday, June 25, 12-1pm. The quick transition of multiple UCSF campus services to remote-only delivery created challenges for faculty, staff, and students alike. New demands were placed on work flow and home life, responsibilities became blurred and learning new technology skills became instant expectations for many. Join our speakers as they share their thoughts about these and other challenges, their experiences with sustaining key services, and their strategies for operating in the ‘new normal.’
Showcase presenters include: Lisa Leiva, MA, Instructional Designer, UCSF Library; Peggy Ryan MEd, Learning Specialist, Student Success Center, UCSF Student Academic Affairs.
The June 25 showcase will be held via Zoom. Attendees will receive the Zoom link and password after registering.
You are also invited to attend The Day Everything Went Remote Part 2 on July 23 for insight on how educators plan to provide the best possible learning experience in the fall.
This showcase is designed by and for the UCSF education community to create opportunities to explore innovative applications of technology in education. At the Learning Innovations Showcase, educators can come together and learn from their peers, share best practices, see demonstrations, and discover new technologies.
The Learning Innovations Showcase provides opportunities to:
Look forward to more Learning Innovations Showcases, scheduled every quarter. The Learning Innovations Showcase is a collaboration between the IT Governance Committee on Educational Technology (CET) and the UCSF Library.
Questions? Contact Sean.McClelland@ucsf.edu.
Attendees will receive the Zoom link and password after registering.
Thursday, June 25 at 12:00pm to 1:00pmVirtual Event