BYU-Idaho values suggestions and ideas that can improve the university.
Use our Feedback Form to let us know what you think.
Writer: Hayden Coombs
All members of the faculty are invited to attend an I-Learn Informational Meeting. There will be three sessions this semester, all three of which will be held in TAY 278. Faculty will be able to choose the session that best fits their schedule.
There will be one session held on Thursday, March 14th from 3:15-4:15 pm. The remaining two sessions are on Friday, March 15th from 11:30-12:30 pm and 2:00-3:00 pm. All members of the faculty are invited to attend a sessions.
The purpose of these meetings is to introduce new features of I-Learn and to ensure each member of the faculty has the tools to use I-Learn in a way that best meets his/her needs. Brother Arlen Wilcock, Faculty Technology Consultant, commented that, "This is your (the faculty) one opportunity this semester to learn of the most recent I-Learn developments and to get immediate answers to all of your I-Learn questions."
Dean Allen, newly appointed as Academic Technology Systems Coordinator, will report on some new priorities for academic technology projects. Highest priority is being given to I-Learn stability.
Steve Hancock, Solution Architect, and Brad Marshal, Technology Engineer, will explain some new help features and answer faculty questions. Student employees from the FTC (Faculty Technology Center) will also be on hand to answer questions and provide support.