MTI: College of Business

MTI Coordinator: Doug Hoffman
Professor: Marketing
Office: 115 Rockwell Hall


Upcoming Workshops

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Previous Workshops

College of Business MTI Luncheon
Presenter: Aaron Grider, Senior Account Executive & Dr. John Landis, U.S. Development Executive
Event Contact: Doug Hoffman
Date: October 04, 2017
Location: Rockwell Hall Room 119
Time: 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Description: This Workshop from Apple’s Development Executive, Dr. Jon Landis, will focus on the impact mobile technology has had on Higher Education and on the Business world. This impact includes a paradigm shift in how information is disseminated and displayed. Dr. Jon Landis is the U.S. Development Executive with Apple Inc. He is a former professor in the College of Education from Millersville University where he was the graduate coordinator of the Leadership Program and the Coordinator of the CyberSafe Institute. Jon holds his Ph.D. in Sociology, a Masters degree in Education Leadership, and a B.S. in Chemistry. He has served as a chemistry instructor, principal, curriculum director, and IT Director. Dr. Landis speaks nationally on the opportunities associated with mobile technology in education. The presentation will be coordinated through Aaron Grider - Apple Senior Account Executive for Higher Education in the state of Colorado. Aaron is CSU’s primary Apple contact. Master Teacher Workshops are a great opportunity to grab some lunch, socialize with your colleagues from all the departments, and learn something in the process. Please RSVP so that we may obtain an accurate headcount for lunch. As always, Master Teacher Workshops are open to all faculty and staff.

End to End Workflow for Producing DIY Supplementary Videos
Presenter: To be announced
Event Contact: Doug Hoffman
Date: March 01, 2017
Location: Rockwell East - Room 119
Time: 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Description: Cale Rogers will be leading our second Master Teacher Workshop of the semester and provide direction on how to produce our own Do-It-Yourself (DIY)Supplementary Videos. Answering questions, clarifying instructions, providing quick Excel tips and other software screen captures are all great examples of how to reach out to students using DIY supplementary videos. Although the college has many resources to help you produce video content, there are also great DIY solutions for producing helpful supplementary video content. Master Teacher Workshops are a great opportunity to grab some lunch, socialize with your colleagues from all the departments, and learn something in the process.

College of Business MTI Luncheon
Presenter: Crystal Carr, Natasha Crasovscaia, Indy Hart, and Instructional Technologists/LMS Faculty Support
Event Contact: Doug Hoffman
Date: February 01, 2017
Location: Rockwell East - Room 119
Time: 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Description: Welcome to the Spring 2017 semester. We will have two Master Teacher Workshops this semester beginning with Canvas Tips, Tricks, and Q&A. Crystal, Natasha, and Indy will present some new features about Canvas and be available to answer all of your questions. Master Teacher Workshops are a great opportunity to grab some lunch, socialize with your colleagues from all the departments, and learn something in the process. Please RSVP so that we may obtain an accurate headcount for lunch. As always, Master Teacher Workshops are open to all faculty and staff.

Teaching with Technology: EMBA Course Content Tours: Four Custom Designed and What's New in Canvas: Questions and Answers
Presenter: Crystal Carr, Natasha Crasovscaia, Indy Hart, and Cale Rogers
Event Contact: Doug Hoffman
Date: November 02, 2016
Location: Rockwell Hall Room 119
Time: 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Description: It is that time already for our third and final Master Teacher Workshop of the semester. This workshop will focus on teaching with technology and feature Cale Rogers and our great staff from LMS (Crystal, Indy, and Natasha). Please note the special time…we are starting at 11:30 am and ending at 12:30 pm. Lunch is provided…please RSVP…as always, all faculty and staff are invited.

Everything You Wanted to Know About Resources for Disabled Students (RDS): But Were too Afraid to Ask!
Presenter: Allison Penfield, Assistant Director - Resources for Disabled Students
Event Contact: Doug Hoffman
Date: October 05, 2016
Location: Rockwell Hall Room 119
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Description: Have you ever had a question about disabilities or RDS and weren’t sure who to ask? This session will provide a quick overview of the diversity within our disabled student population and the supports available to students with disabilities at CSU. Come learn a little more about the role RDS plays on campus and how we can work together to help students be as successful as they can be. Please RSVP so that we have an accurate count for lunch.