Workshops & Training
CMET Consulting offers several workshop series, plus provides referrals to UO faculty and GTFs interested in getting more structured training in educational technology.
Currently, we are offering Canvas workshops. See the Canvas blog for more information.
Working Group on Active Teaching and Learning
The Call for Proposals for the 2015 Working Group on Active Teaching and Learning has closed. Selected participants will be notified in early Spring. The Workshop will be held during June 2015.
Technology Workshops Sponsored by Other UO Departments
Many UO departments offer workshops with a focus on educational technology. See individual department websites for more details.
Individual, online and other trainings
- Just-in-time training at the University of Oregon
In addition to instructor-led professional development/training experiences, ODT (Organizational Development and Training) offers a robust eLearning system. Over 3,000 interactive online courses that focus on business skills and computer skills are available to benefits eligible employees at the UO.
- Technology Service Desk, 151 McKenzie Hall
A large collection of books, journals, videos, and CD-ROMs provide instructions on using specific software; material can be checked out. Ideal for self-directed learners. You can also test out their smart technologies. Open to all members of the university community.
- Campus Computing Labs
Lab staff can provide assistance in using the resources of the lab. Check web pages for hours, as well as a list of software and hardware available. Open to all members of the university community.
- CMET Consulting
Training, support, production and referral services for educational technology, including: Canvas; graphics and digital images; digital video and audio; scanning; instructional design; and web and multimedia design and development. For faculty and GTFs.
- Human Resources
Human Resources offers two programs for technology training: discount vouchers for off-site training through New Horizons.
- Lane Community College (LCC)
LCC offers technology courses both online and on-site through their regular programs, as well as their Community Education Program. Students seeking to transfer credits should first check with an academic advisor.
- TLT Group
The TLT Group is a not-for-profit that helps college and university educators take advantage of changing technology so they can improve teaching and learning.They support, and are supported by, over 110 institutions and agencies, plus over 100 individual members, around the world. They provide a variety of services, materials and workshops for free!