Do you have a question that you "just need to talk to a real person" about? Then come to our Zoom-based labs! We have instructional designers available to help you with all your online/remote teaching needs.
Zoom Labs for Faculty
IDA will be providing our normal schedule of labs via Zoom instead of in person starting on March 24, 2020. These are come-and-go labs. We can answer questions about Zoom, Panopto, Blackboard, and online/remote teaching. All ranks of faculty are welcome, including GTA's.
- NOTE: Summer hours. for the labs: Tuesday 1:00-3:00pm
Additional Options for Faculty
If you or your department would like to request a specific topic training from Instructional Design and Access, we can do that for you! Please send your requests to us at IDA@wichita.edu. We will set up an online training for a group of 5 or more. Otherwise, please plan to bring your question to a regular lab time.
What To Expect
If you try to join this meeting at a time other than the dedicated lab times, you will not be able to get in.
When you join the meeting during lab times, you will be put into a waiting room and then invited in by one of the hosts.
How To Get Help at other times
If these lab times don't work with your schedule:
- Make a support request by submitting a ticket to the OneStop.
- Take advantage of our training materials
- Contact Instructional Design and Access directly at IDA@wichita.edu
Sign up now for the June 8-12 Academic Resources Conference events
The first half of the new and improved Academic Resources Conference will take place online via Zoom during the week of June 8. Sign up for trainings now via myTraining.
The Academic Resources Conference is Wichita State's largest instructor training event, and this year is greatly expanded and available fully online. All instructors of any rank, student facing staff, and faculty support staff are likely to benefit from this event. If you are interested, you are invited! Zoom events will run the week of June 8 and the week of Aug. 10, and online / on-demand events will be available all summer through the ARC website.