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Request To Add Training


*Full Name:
(ex., Cathy Lee Smith)
 
*E-Mail Address:    
Alternate/preferred contact method (other than @wsu.edu email):  
 
I teach:     (course ID or topic)
 
I am affiliated with:     Department
 
I am interested in the following topics. Please notify me when the next session is available. (Check all that apply. Refer to class descriptions for details.)








   
I want to learn more about these topics: (check all that apply)
Saving time and increasing online teaching efficiency
Discussion forums and how to use them in my course
Grading rubrics
Online assessments: basic set up, open/close dates, automatic grading
Online assessments: troubleshooting, extending deadlines, changing for DRC accommodations
Teams or group structures; how to set up and effectively use in my course
Electronic drop boxes
Posting supplemental materials (lecture notes, PowerPoints, forms, etc.) for student access
Other - Please Describe in detail



Please communicate questions, requests, suggestions, or special needs related to the learning management system, how to use specific tools or functions, or ideas for other training sessions not currently offered. We are happy to consult with you to ensure you get the training you need to effectively use the LMS in your face-to-face class or to get the most out of your WSU Online course space.
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"Many of my online students have been a little older than my on-campus students. They bring a wealth of real-life experience into the classroom, and, because there’s a lot of discussion in my courses, that really enriches the learning experience for all the students."

Samantha Swindell

Psychology Professor

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