Recent world events have greatly altered how we view teaching and learning. This fall, many of our immersion (on-campus) students will be participating in classes in new ways.
Here are some resources to provide faculty support and training regarding ASU Sync. On the Provost’s Sync Site for Faculty, you will find more information on:
- ASU Sync Essentials (via Zoom): This 60-minute webinar offers an overview of Sync essentials and introduces you to a series of self-paced modules and additional training opportunities that provide ideas and resources for successful teaching and learning this Fall. It is offered on several dates:
- ASU Sync Classrooms (In-person Group Orientations): Attendees visit specified locations at each campus location to learn first-hand about classroom capabilities. Specialists will answer questions, and provide a live demonstration. Multiple dates are available once you select your classroom type. Learn which type of room your course is assigned.
- ASU Sync Classrooms (Virtual Visits): Live Zoom-based tour of the Sync classroom describes classroom capabilities from a student’s perspective. Additional sessions will be added as demand increases. Multiple Dates are once you select your classroom type. Learn which type of room your course is assigned.
- Sync OnDemand Training Modules: The following are a list of on-demand, self-paced Canvas training modules to support teaching in Sync. These are the same modules that were in the two-week Sync Workshop but they have been divided to make the information more accessible in the on-demand format.
- Other Workshops and Webinars: Several units across ASU will be delivering relevant workshops and webinars. View the full list of topics, dates, times and registration instructions on this combined calendar.
Virtual Office Hours: Instructional designers will be available Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. to assist with any questions related to course design, how to use technology tools for teaching and how to adapt your course to Sync. The Zoom link and more information is on the Provost’s Sync site.