ITTD Training

The Instructional Technology Training and Development (ITTD) team of Information Technology Services (ITS) offers support for technology adoption and innovation to serve the needs of the university. Through workshops, learning communities, consultations with groups and individuals, the team works with faculty, staff, and students as they experiment and incorporate technology in their professional practices.

Instructional Technology Training and Development workshops are interactive and engaging. Training topics are diverse and routinely added throughout the year. We encourage you to use these resources to expand your skill set, learn a new discipline, increase your marketability, or reinforce your existing knowledge.

Instructional Technology Training and Development (ITTD) offers professional development opportunities that explore diverse technologies and a variety of teaching and learning pedagogies to enhance instructional activities and daily operations. We offer in-person workshops, on-line learning experiences, as well as handouts and quick reference guides to help empower students, faculty, and staff.

N.C. A&T faculty and staff can sign up for free hands-on training in any of four categories. Blackboard includes sessions on building course content, course management, collaboration, grading, and testing. Multimedia Design* includes workshops on the Adobe Creative Suite, graphics and animations, interactivity, and video production. Online Teaching and Learning includes sessions on creating interactive lessons, collaboration and engagement, teaching online, and developing quality online courses. Productivity Tools* includes workshops on a variety of practical applications that help increase productivity, including topics on creating and sharing documents, designing and delivering presentations, email, Office 365 and operating systems (Windows and Apple OSX).

*The Multimedia Design and Productivity Tools categories include sessions for students.

The ITTD offices are located in the Wendover Building (1020 E. Wendover). The majority of our in-person workshops are hosted in the Faculty Resource Center (Suite 206) or in the Technology Training Lab on the ground floor.

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