Suddenly Remotely Webinar Series

Come learn about the power of Microsoft Teams (the college's new collaboration app)! 

The college is offering a new tool to help support faculty who are working remotely called MS Teams. If you are comfortable with Skype for Business, you can still use what you know. MS Teams offers additional capabilities that may prove vital for you and your students when working remotely to keep your communications in one location! If you want to learn more about this new option, this webinar is for you!

These sessions are scheduled to align with our Mon-Fri 1pm-5pm Drop in hours on Teams so that Empire State College faculty and staff can play around in Teams after the webinar.  Presented by the Department of Education Technologies.

Please click the link below for your preferred session. 

Tuesday March 31st at 12pm

Thursday, April 2nd at 12pm

Can’t attend? These sessions will be recorded and made available on the LEARNscape Teaching Remotely channel afterwards.

This webinar will be providing tips and tricks for organizing, sharing, and managing communication within MS Teams. There are a lot of useful tools within Teams once you understand the basics: make calls, send chats, and schedule calendar invites. You’re coming here if you're ready to get some new ideas on how to make MS Teams work for you and customize the experience for your team.

Please click the link below for your preferred session.

Monday, March 30th at 5pm EST

Wednesday, April 1st at 1pm EST

Friday, April 3rd at 10am EST

Can’t attend? These sessions will be recorded and made available on the LEARNscape Teaching Remotely channel afterwards.

This webinar is designed to provide attendees with an understanding of SUNY Empire's legal obligations to provide accessible learning activities when learning at a distance.

If you have not created digital documents or tools in the past, you can learn how to do so here in everyday language.  The presenter will be reviewing section 504 of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), which outline reasonable accommodations and technology expectations to provide accessible resources/tools for all users. Attendees will have the opportunity to explore best practices to ensure their teaching materials are compliant with federal guidelines.

Tuesday, March 31st at 11am

Thursday, April 2nd at 6pm

Can’t attend? These sessions will be recorded and made available on the LEARNscape Teaching Remotely channel afterwards.

Have questions?

Email us at EdTech@esc.edu

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