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The University Police Department is conducting a multi-agency training exercise with a simulator that portrays the sound of gunshots from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 25, in Biscayne Hall, part of FGCU’s South Village Residence Hall. Please avoid the area. This is not an emergency. If you have a concern, contact UPD dispatch at (239) 590-1900.

Digital Learning Blog

Spring Semester 2020 - Welcome Back!

January 08, 2020  / Melissa Rizzuto 

Welcome Back Spring 2020

Thank you for visiting the Digital Learning blog. We recently redesigned our website and this blog as part of our transition from e-Learning to the Department of Digital Learning. We hope you will visit often and consider contributing as an author for our blog in the future. You can expect more new blog posts in 2020 as our department plans to focus on sharing more information relevant to your digital teaching and instruction, including exploring technology features, applying research/theory to practice, and highlighting examples of high quality instruction and course design.

We also want to share a few reminders and highlights from 2019 as the semester gets underway.

New Canvas Gradebook

You might remember that we wrote about changes coming to the Canvas Gradebook this semester. Please contact us if you have questions about this update.

SWFL Teaching and Learning Symposium

The Department of Digital Learning partners with the Lucas Center for Faculty Development to plan a robust program of speakers and sessions for the Teaching and Learning Symposium. Instructional Designer, Dr. Nicky Khattapan, will be facilitating a roundtable, Induce active learning and critical thinking with "Challenge the master - Stump your teacher" activity,  on January 30th at FGCU and our team will be facilitating another roundtable discussion, Active Learning: Creating Excitement Online, on January 31st at FSW.

Registration is now open! Please consider attending the event at one or BOTH institutions.

Upcoming Professional Development Opportunities

Thank you for growing with us in 2019! The Department of Digital Learning offered many training sessions and several online and blended learning academies last year. We also collaborated with the Lucas Center for Faculty Development to facilitate two sessions of the Course Design Academy. We know these professional development opportunities are voluntary and we continue to appreciate your engagement and support. We look forward to seeing you at a conversation or academy this year!

39 Online Learning Academy, 8 Blended  Learning Academy, 84 Canvas Training, 24 Kaltura Training, 15 Conversations in the Living Room, 45 Online courses were credentialed as High Quality (HQ). 71 courses at FGCU are HQ.

Digital Learning Support

Please remember to visit our website for helpful information related to instructional design and instructional technology support, including: