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Instructional Design Interest Group

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Mar 24, 2024

April IDIG In-Person Visit to Rubin Visualization Gallery at D.H. Hill Jr. Library

Research Librarian for Business, Education and Immersive Pedagogy Shaun Bennett will showcase this gallery’s 360-degree projection capabilities which have made an incredible impact on use cases across disciplines. 

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Feb 29, 2024

March IDIG Online Session

Join Teaching Associate Sarah Khan and others to discuss how the indispensable AI tool is used in higher education. Share your experiences while you learn from colleagues. 

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Jan 29, 2024

IDIG Online Session

Join Professor Huiling Ding for an online discussion on how universities are relying on anecdotal and survey data to drive their urgent decisions in a technologically disrupted and quickly evolving labor market and how we can use real-time labor market information analytics to improve recruiting and curriculum development hosted by the Instructional Design Interest Group (IDIG).… 

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Nov 27, 2023

Holiday Celebration and Networking Session

IDIG December Greet and Grow: Join your Instructional Design Interest Group (IDIG) colleagues on 13 from 3:30 - 4:30 at Center for Technology Innovation (CTI) for get-to-know you activities and treats! 

An instructor working with students using their laptops in Hunt Library.

Oct 27, 2023

Virtual Engagement Techniques

Please join us online from noon – 1 p.m. as Instructional Designer Brian Vigna of NC State’s Industry Expansion Solutions leads a discussion on virtual engagement techniques.  We will explore the meaning of virtual engagement as it pertains to your role at NC State and how its role in the academic world has evolved from the pre-pandemic… 

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Sep 28, 2023

How to use AI as part of Activities in your classroom

Join your Instructional Design focused colleagues from noon-1 p.m. on Oct. 11, as NC State’s Accessibility Coordinator Rebecca Sitton leads a discussion on how we, as practitioners, are using AI activities in our classrooms, the benefits we see in it, the disadvantages and more. Join us for this very timely discussion! You can participate online via…