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Treks | Digital Education and Innovation
Trek, the College of Education and Human Development's Academic Technology Professional Developement Program

Treks is an ongoing professional development opportunity for CEHD instructors hosted by the Digital Education and Innovation team. The sessions, related to teaching, learning, and technology, are designed to support instructors’ pedagogical goals. Whether you’re new to teaching or a veteran looking to refine or redesign your courses, Treks is for you.

Treks: Preparing for Spring 2024

Take your fall planning to the next level and register for Treks: Preparing for Fall. This two-day, online professional development event will be held August 20 and 21, 2024 and is designed to help you prepare for instruction, including:

  • Building your own schedule by selecting which topic sessions you attend. Attend at least 3 topic sessions to receive a letter of recognition (clock hours available upon request).
  • A variety of session topics covering Artificial Intelligence, student engagement, technology integration, course design, and more!
  • Supported work time to apply your learning.

Registration is now open! Treks is open to all CEHD staff, with preference given to those with a teaching appointment during the upcoming 2024-2025 academic year. Graduate teaching assistants are welcome to register.

Treks: Monthly Sessions

These online workshops are designed to provide just-in-time support for instructors during the semester. The monthly sessions will include:

  • One-hour sessions
  • Timely topic presentations relevant to teaching with technology and the latest happenings in teaching and learning.
  • Each topic offered twice per month.
  • Sign up for sessions individually based on your interests and availability.
  • Attend 3 monthly sessions in one semester to receive a letter of recognition.


Find information about upcoming Treks events and archived resources.

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