Faculty IVDL Training

IVDL Training for faculty is divided into three components primarily for faculty who are new to teaching IVDL.  Existing IVDL faculty are welcome to participate in any component of the training as a “refresher.”


Component One 

  • "IVDL Equipment How-To’s" ON MAIN CAMPUS AND BROADCAST TO OUTREACH CENTERS.  This training will provide information to help instructors become more effective in the technical and delivery aspects of the IVDL setting. 

Component Two

  • "Hands-on Experience"  In this session, instructors will have an opportunity to present a mini-lecture (that will be captured), incorporating the characteristics of good, quality IVDL instruction presented in Component One.  You will schedule and work with your instructor individually in this session.

Component Three

  • "IVDL Training for LCCC Faculty”  This course is offered completely ONLINE in ANGEL.   The course consists of Modules focusing on the history of IVDL, the differences between IVDL and land-based instruction, plus participant discussion forums.  Participants must complete this online course during the semester that they teach IVDL.

IVDL Component One Dates
New dates will posted soon. 

Please contact Luz Rivera with any questions at lrivera@lorainccc.edu.

 

 

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