Canvas Learning Center is available 24/7.
Canvas training is going on all summer to help faculty make their move into the new Learning Management System.
Faculty at Penn State have access to a new resource for assistance in Canvas — Virtual Office Hours.
ITS Training Services’ first SummerFest this year is open for registration, and the focus is on Canvas, Penn State’s new Learning Management System. The lineup of free, online training will be held from May 9-13, the week after finals.
The College has arranged four additional training sessions on CANVAS during the months of April and May.
Penn State offers Canvas Days for faculty and faculty-support staff, as the University begins transition to new learning management system.
Studying online doesn't mean you have to settle for fewer resources! The Graduate Writing Center is a great resource available to World Campus students to improve their writing skills.
ITS Training Services’ WinterFest is here, bringing a lineup of free, online training at the perfect time – before classes begin. Make your life and your job easier with training on the specific teaching technologies and technology tools you use everyday or the ones that you’ve been dying to learn more about but just haven’t had the time throughout the semester. Throughout this week-long training event, from January 5 – 9, you’ll find sessions on topics ranging from ANGEL, timesavers when using an iPad, Accessibility, Box and more.
OL 2900: Assessment of Online Learners is now being offered as part of the Certificate for Online Teaching curriculum through World Campus Faculty Development.
This week a brand new tool called the Ed Tech Advisor was launched to help faculty not only see what sorts of tools are available at Penn State for teaching and learning, but to get a sense for how they might be used.
OL 2600: The Adult Learner is now being offered as part of the Certificate for Online Teaching curriculum through World Campus Faculty Development.
The 2014 World Campus Faculty Convocation will be held on September 26, 2014 at the Penn Stater Hotel and Conference Center. Registration is now open.
College of Agricultural Sciences eLearning is offering two (2) new courses in Fall 2014: ABE 888 Conversion Technologies for Bioenergy Production and CEDEV 597D Principles and Practices of Planning.
By 2040, 63 percent of the nation's electricity will be generated by lower-carbon options, which will result in double-digit demand for green energy jobs. Penn State is launching graduate certificate programs in bioenergy, solar energy, wind energy, and sustainability management and policy, delivered online by Penn State World Campus, to prepare adults for these jobs.
Ag Science eLearning is offering 3 new courses for Summer 2014: ABE 885 Biomass Harvesting and Logistics, CEDEV 597A Launching Community Initiatives, and CEDEV 597B Topics in Economic Development
Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences has offered the bachelor of science degree in agribusiness management on campus since 1977. The 120-credit online program is designed for adults who have an associate degree in a related field. Students can customize the bachelor’s degree for their career goals and can take courses part time while working. Graduates will be prepared for careers in agricultural and life sciences industries, including input markets, farm production, commodities marketing and processing, food manufacturing and distribution, and food retailing.
“The new Intercollege Master of Professional Studies in Renewable Energy and Sustainability Systems (iMPS-RESS) is designed to prepare professionals to lead the world’s transformation from an unsustainable, fossil energy economy to a renewable, sustainable basis of operation,” - Ali Demirci, professor of agricultural and biological engineering and iMPS-RESS academic program chair