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Take a workshop without leaving your desk! These are CETLA-produced tutorials that you can complete at your own pace for professional development credit. Just click on a link below to read the description and to access the tutorial.

ID01 Designing Syllabi
ID02 Writing Learning Objectives
SL01 and SL02 Service-Learning Tutorials
SR01 Smart Room Online
SR03 Teaching with the Epson 485wi Interactive Projector
NEW! SR05 Getting Started with the 1410wi Epson BrightLink Projector

The following tutorials are available for reference only (rather than professional development credit).



Geographic Information Systems


PB Works



Safe Assign

Google Sites

MS Word

Google Docs




Poll Everywhere

Survey Monkey

Smart Room Online Tutorial

SR01 Teaching in a Smart Room I (online) Prerequisites: None Through online slide shows and simulations, Teaching in a Smart Room I explains how the Smart Room equipment operates. The module will introduce you to the following:

  1. the hardware system components.
  2. the system controls.
  3. the system settings.
  4. smart room locations, contacts, policies, and technical support.
  5. pedagogical resources on teaching with technology.

To take this module, click here.

After passing the SR01 online assessment, you may register for SR02. Only faculty who successfully complete SR02 will be Smart Room- certified.

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ID02 Writing Learning Objectives
Prerequisite: none

If you successfully complete this tutorial, you will be able to do the following:

- Define “learning objective.”

- Explain why learning objectives are important.

- Write effective learning objectives for your students.

Click on the icon below to watch the video and click the link to print out the handout.

Verbs for Objectives

For additional information, see the Office of Institutional Assessment & Evaluation’s Prezi presentation at https://prezi.com/zhjgt9wtsjy6/writing-learning-objectives/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=email.

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