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Feinstein 306 Computer lab

Instructional Technology Development Program


Upcoming Workshops: October 22nd – 29th


Getting Creative with Remote Assessments
Looking for new ways to assess your students through the online setting? Missed this workshop? See video recording.

See PDF on Non-Proctored Assessments for Remote Learners for an array of ideas an links to helpful resources.

Drop-in: Ask us anything
Ask us anything about Sakai, TopHat, Zoom, etc.
Thursday, October 22nd
1:00 – 2:00 p.m.
Please log in to providence.zoom.us prior to joining all Zoom sessions.
Join URL: https://providence.zoom.us/j/92157333239

Drop-in: Ask us anything
Ask us anything about Sakai, TopHat, Zoom, etc.
Friday, October 23rd
1:00 – 2:00 p.m.
Please log in to providence.zoom.us prior to joining all Zoom sessions.
Join URL: https://providence.zoom.us/j/92157333239

Drop-in: Ask us anything
Ask us anything about Sakai, TopHat, Zoom, etc.
Tuesday, October 27th
1:00 – 2:00 p.m.
Please log in to providence.zoom.us prior to joining all Zoom sessions.
Join URL: https://providence.zoom.us/j/92157333239

Drop-in: Ask us anything
Ask us anything about Sakai, TopHat, Zoom, etc.
Wednesday, October 28th
1:00 – 2:00 p.m.
Please log in to providence.zoom.us prior to joining all Zoom sessions.
Join URL: https://providence.zoom.us/j/92157333239

Drop-in: Ask us anything
Ask us anything about Sakai, TopHat, Zoom, etc.
Thursday, October 29th
1:00 – 2:00 p.m.
Please log in to providence.zoom.us prior to joining all Zoom sessions.
Join URL: https://providence.zoom.us/j/92157333239




Mission

The mission of the Instructional Technology Development Program is to support faculty in the thoughtful and creative integration of instructional technologies in teaching and learning at Providence College.

NoteOn Thursday, August 13, Sakai log in will change! 
Instead of entering a username and password in two separate boxes, you will be able to log in with your full email address and password, just as you do for other services.

In the upper right-hand corner of the page you will now see “PC Login” and “Guest Login.”  As long as you have a PC email and password, click on “PC Login” in order to start the login process.  If you are already logged in to webmail, you’ll automatically be logged in to Sakai:

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