Posted August 12, 2020 by Academic and Institutional Technology
Tags: Department News
How to succeed at Dual Modality Teaching
Academic and Institutional Technology (AIT) is here to help with dual modality teaching! We know this new way of teaching is going to require a lot of patience and adjustments from all of us. Take a few minutes to look through and see if any of these articles may help answer questions you have about dual modality teaching.
Q: How do I know what technology is installed in my assigned classroom?
Q: How do I do dual modality teaching from a classroom?
Q: I missed the summer faculty workshops, or I attended them, but want to review what I learned. Is there some way to still see those?
A: There sure is! Log in to Schoology and on your dashboard, you will find “AIT Workshop – Educational Technology Resources for Fall 2020 in Dual Modality.” Feel free to review any of the information you find there.
Q: How do I request a clear face mask for my teaching?
A: Please fill out this Qualtrics form to request a clear face mask. You will be notified when it is available to pick up outside of the AIT Service Desk (Blanchard 171).
Q: Can I get a voice amplifier to help project my voice as I’m teaching?
A: Yes! Please email the AIT Service Desk to request one.
Q: What’s the best way to reach the AIT Service Desk?
A: There are several different ways you can find help.
- You can call the AIT Service Desk at 630-752-4357.
- You can always email the AIT Service Desk.
- You can look up something for yourself in our knowledge base, called Technology@Wheaton Answers.
If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 630.752.4357 (HELP).