Announcements for Faculty and Staff Meetings
IT Seeks Feedback on University Technology Services inMarch.
Every year Information Technology collects feedback ontechnology services from a randomly-selected group of faculty, staff, andstudents via the TechQual+ survey. This feedback helps set University technology priorities, identify growing technology needs, and
monitor theeffectiveness of the current technologies and services.
Past TechQual+surveys have led to upgrading wireless capabilities at all Pepperdinecampuses, expanding training resources, and adding more workshopsoffered by the Technology and Learning group. The survey was launched onWednesday, March 9, and will end on Sunday, April 3.
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Plan to Attend the Technology and Learning Faculty Conference - September 14, 2011.
On Wednesday, September 14, the Technology and Learning group will hold the inaugural Technology and Learning Faculty Conference. This conference will provide an insightfuland inspiring showcase demonstrating how Pepperdine faculty can usetechnology to enhance learning. This conference is free to all faculty andserves as a valuable resource to learn about new technologies that areaffecting student learning. Workshops will be held for faculty members whowould like to experience new technologies. To register or learn more aboutthe conference, contact Hong Kha email@example.com.
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