August 2015

Applications Open April 2015


  • Adventures in the eLearning Wilderness
  • Course Architecture

    Course Architecture: Good planning makes for a good course. This workshop walks you through the process of scheduling assignments, planning your workload, and creating course navigation that isn’t confusing for your students.

  • Copyright and Fair Use

    If you find Copyright a little confusing, this session will help you understand what your rights as an educator are. We’ll cover Fair Use principles, Creative Commons licensing and provide you with helpful tools to determine whether you’re stepping on anyone’s toes.

  • Learning Assessment Cycle

    Teaching can be messy. Learning can be even messier. We have some strategic ways of defining activities, determining assessment, and evaluating the success of that assignment.

  • Screencasting and Video Creation

    Screencasting and Video Creation: Written lecture notes can be dull. Keep your students engaged with high quality video lectures and screencasting. We offer two sessions during iTeach full of hands-on instruction.

  • Badging and Gamification

    Badging and Gamification: Some employers are increasingly looking at observable skill sets rather than courses completed and the grades earned for those courses. We will delve into some of the details of best practices and current trends.

  • Big Ideas in the Classroom

    Big Ideas in the Classroom: We love teaching you how to use new web tools to create exciting learning experiences for your students, but all your students’ activities should lead your students to discover the central thesis of your course.

UA Statewide Collaboration
The iTeach training framework is a statewide initiative offered through UAA, UAF and UAS. View an extensive library of online training resources at iTeachU...
UAA Academic Innovations & eLearning helps instructors use technology to improve instructional practices. Learn more about AIE and our other training and development offerings.
Understanding by Design

Understanding by Design

"Backward design is goal directed. We aim for specific results and design backward from them accordingly." -Grant Wiggins & Jay McTighe, authors of Understanding by Design. Learn more about UBD at iTeachU...
iTeach provided a unique opportunity for an overview of teaching technologies available to support effective pedagogy and enhance student engagement and learning. Not for distance-delivered courses only!
— Previous UAA iTeach Participant