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Rescheduling EV Sessions

May 5th, 2021 by
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To reschedule an EagleVision class session, you have two options, depending on (a) whether your course is a blended (3 hours, 20 minutes) course or a traditional (4 hours, 45 minutes) course and (b) the remaining number of sessions in the term. If the course is blended or traditional: You can reschedule the entire class…
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EagleVision Extras

December 7th, 2020 by
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Learn about some ‘extra’ features in EagleVision Zoom from Mesha Molitor. This special session highlights additional features you can utilize in your upcoming courses. Jump To Section Update your Desktop App (02:10) Profile Picture (08:29) Video Editing (10:45) Backgrounds (13:39) Co-Host People (21:49) Zoom Enhancements (24:09)

EagleVision Zoom Resource

March 27th, 2020 by
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This article provides instructions on setting up your EagleVision Zoom meeting room.

Self-Paced Workshops

January 6th, 2020 by
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Self-paced workshops are available to all ERAU-W faculty and take 2-4 hours to complete. Each workshop focuses on specific topics in teaching and technology.

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iTeachER (6)
Information about the initial faculty development (iTeachER) course experience, which is required for all new ERAU-W prior to teaching their first course. Enrollment in iTeachER occurs sixty days before the term start of your first online course and is conducted entirely online.

Self-Paced Workshops (1)
Self-paced workshops are available to all ERAU-W faculty and take 2-4 hours to complete. Each workshop focuses on specific topics in teaching and technology.

Virtual Faculty Learning Community (V-FLC) (1)
Each spring and fall, we coordinate collaborative asynchronous experiences for ERAU-W faculty. These V-FLC experiences span multiple weeks, include weekly resources, and engaging discussions around a specific teaching topic.