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ITTC's Training Schedule: Open Lab
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9:00 AM - 11:00 AM every Monday and Tuesday The lab located within ITTC is YOUR lab! Staff will be available to work with you in the lab on your special projects or to answer your questions. Astate Only
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM every Thursday and Friday The lab located within ITTC is YOUR lab! Staff will be available to work with you in the lab on your special projects or to answer your questions. Astate Only
ITTC's Training Schedule: Research Support
Name Description Available Sessions
Managing the Grant Proposal Process Using CAYUSE This short course focuses on using CAYUSE streamline proposal development and submission to Grant. Gov and the ORTT. By Request to ittclab@astate.edu
SpinPlus: Finding Opportunities This short course focuses on using SPINPlus to register as a researcher, and to receive daily messages about possible grants based on keywords selected. An online version of the course is also available. By Request to ittclab@astate.edu
Comply with Research Standards Using IRBNet/CITI This short course focuses on using IRBNet/Citi software for certification of investigators doing human subjects research as well as providing research ethics education. By Request to ittclab@astate.edu
Grammarly Learn how to use Grammarly to evaluate nearly almost all Blackboard Assignments, finding all grammatical and stylistic errors in writing. By Request to ittclab@astate.edu
ITTC's Training Schedule: Growing Professionally
Name Description Available Sessions
Using Google Sites EDU Edition to Create a Available Sessions: Web Presence This course allows faculty to get involved and be creative by developing a website or blog using the ASU version of Google Sites. We will also look at a simple way to collect information from your students or visitors through the use of forms/ surveys. By Request to ittclab@astate.edu
Creating a Website Using Dreamweaver This class will help you get started in Dreamweaver through the use of a template or your existing website. You will learn how to edit your files and create new pages as well as how to publish your changes to your live website using Dreamweaver. By Request to ittclab@astate.edu
ITTC's Training Schedule: Online Class
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The Online Experience: Self Directed Online Institute 0 hour 0 minute Class runs 06/04-06/27, 2012. Topics covered - the essentials of Bb while teaching online and web assisted. Creating assignments, tests, and using other tools with Bb. Learn to do these things while learning to integrate quality teaching principles and pedagogy. Mastering the Bb tools that allow you to create interactive assignments for higher levels of formative learning and critical thinking such as: Bb messages/email, journals, wikis, blogs and discussion forums. This course is fully on Astate Only registerEnroll
The Online Experience: Self Directed Online Institute 0 hour 0 minute Class runs 07/09-08/01, 2012. Topics covered - the essentials of Bb while teaching online and web assisted. Creating assignments, tests, and using other tools with Bb. Learn to do these things while learning to integrate quality teaching principles and pedagogy. Mastering the Bb tools that allow you to create interactive assignments for higher levels of formative learning and critical thinking such as: Bb messages/email, journals, wikis, blogs and discussion forums. This course is fully on Astate Only registerEnroll
ITTC Learning Centers 0 hour 0 minute The ITTC Learning Centers are a set of activity-based modules designed to provide faculty with essentials skills to develop quality courses. They are designed to be short in duration (1-2 hours) and to present the material in an interesting, engaging way.
 
All Learning Centers can be accessed through the Blackboard Course: ITTC Learning Centers. If you do not have access to this course, please contact ITTC at 870-972-2334 or ittclab@astate.
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Online IRBNet/Citi 0 hour 0 minute This short course focuses on using IRBNet/Citi software for certification of investigators doing human subjects research as well as providing research ethics education.Once enrolled in this online class and after one (1) full "business day" (weekends excluded), you will receive an email with instructions and a link to the tutorial. Astate Only registerEnroll
Online SpinPlus 0 hour 40 minutes Once enrolled in this online class and after one (1) full "business day" (weekends excluded), you will receive an email with instructions and a link to the tutorial. Astate Only registerEnroll
Online CAYUSE 0 hour 0 minute This short course focuses on using CAYUSE software tool to expedite, organize and streamline proposal development and submission to Grants.Gov and the ORTT.Once enrolled in this online class and after one (1) full "business day" (weekends excluded), you will receive an email with instructions and a link to the tutorial. Astate Only registerEnroll
ITTC's Training Schedule: In-Lab Class
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