You can learn various technologies that can assist your teaching from many self-paced learning sites. Please click the "+" sign next to each heading to see more information.
Atomic Learning offers thousands of self-paced tutorials for mobile learning, on-demand software and technology training and support. Atomic Learning empowers educators to effectively utilize technology to positively impact student achievement. Please log into CSE Moodle site to retrieve Atomic Learning login name and password.
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Sloan-C provides the full-range of coverage to meet all of faculty and staff online teaching and learning needs.
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Coursera a social entrepreneurship company that partners with the top universities in the world to offer courses online for anyone to take, for free.
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GCFLearnFree.org® creates and provides quality, innovative online learning opportunities to anyone who wants to improve the technology, literacy and math skills needed to be successful in both work and life.
Go to GCF Learning Free
Think Tutorial is a database of simple, easy to follow tutorials covering all aspects of popular computing.
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CSE offers in-classroom Instructional Technology workshops for faculty and staff members. Please click here and follow the instructions for scheduling a workshop.
Check our online tutorials and resources for various technologies that can help you teach and work more productively.
Camtasia Studio version 7.0
Quality Matters (QM) is a leader in quality assurance for online education and has received national recognition for its peer-based approach and continuous improvement in online education and student learning. The College of Saint Elizabeth has subscribed to QM. Click here to register for a free user account and online course design resources.
Welcome to Moodle 2! In addition to some exciting new features, many of the tools that made Moodle 1 great are also available in Moodle 2. To learn more about the new features in Moodle2, please click here or visit our Instructional Technologies Moodle site.
iPads are becoming more and more popular among students and professors in higher education. The workshop gives an overview of iPad as a teaching and learning tool, useful apps for many subjects, cloud storage facilities and differences between iPad and laptop. Click here for details and instructions on how to register for our available in-classroom workshops.