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John Louviere featured in Provost's Series on Instructional Excellence

Thursday, Oct. 17, 2013


John Louviere speaks at the Provost's Series on Instructional Excellence

USU's John Louviere is featured at the "Provost’s Series on Instructional Excellence" Tuesday, Oct. 22.


John Louviere, director of the Center for Innovative Design and Instruction, offers his insights at the Provost’s Series on Instructional Excellence in a presentation titled “Advancing Teaching Excellence with CIDI and CLMS.” The session is Tuesday, Oct. 22, from 3:30-5 p.m., at Merrill-Cazier Library, Room 154.

The session is open to all faculty.

The presentation will illustrate the use of Canvas in any course taught at USU, including a broad overview of features, tools, recommended practices and available support. Attendees should leave the session with an understanding of how Canvas and its integrated tools can be used to organize course content, share multimedia, grade assignments and communicate with students. Technical solutions that overcome challenges with copyright, plagiarism and grading workflows will be provided.

For those who cannot attend the session on the Logan campus, it will be broadcast to a number of venues. The presentation will also be broadcast.

Here is a list of the broadcast sites and venues:

Blanding: Small Conf. Rm.

Brigham: Room-162

Ephraim: Snow West-A

Moab: Room-A

Price: Reeves-168

Roosevelt: SC-130

Salt Lake: Room-511

Tooele: Room-116B

Vernal: Room-B108

Louviere, the session presenter, has a background in education in engineering, technology education and instructional technology. He has worked in education throughout his professional career working in K-12 as a teacher and in government as programs manager for Colorado’s office of Innovation and Technology. His experiences as a teacher and technologist have resulted in specialization of online course development, with an emphasis on usability and, most recently, learner analytics.

For information, contact USU’s Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost, 435-797-1166.





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