Training Adjunct Application

Fort Hays State University proudly employs highly-qualified adjunct faculty, and provides these faculty a number of opportunities to enhance continually their teaching and technology skills.

Adjunct Faculty Training Classes: FHSU offers in-house adjunct training courses in an online format, so that university adjuncts across the globe may train at their own convenience. Coursework includes technological skills in Blackboard and various multimedia content, as well as such topics as adult learner theory, state comprehensive university and FHSU culture, communication and time management in online instruction, minimizing academic dishonesty, and retention strategies.  

Center for Teaching Excellence and Learning Technologies (CTELT): The Center for Teaching Excellence and Learning Technologies is dedicated to helping all FHSU faculty succeed, on-campus or online. CTELT facilitates workshops, webinars, and consultations in a variety of current technologies, such as Blackboard, Atomic Learning, NBC Learn, VoiceThread, DyKnow, FHSU Web Survey, Lecture Capture/Camtasia Relay, iTunesU, and Respondus. In addition, CTELT offers training and support in pedagogical skills, such as flipped classrooms, mind mapping, instructional design, and assessing learning with rubrics.

Atomic Learning Training Resources: Atomic Learning offers thousands of short tutorials covering common software applications and computer tasks. FHSU has integrated Atomic Learning in Blackboard. Students and faculty alike are provided access to Atomic Learning and all available tutorials at no cost.    

 Adjunct
Ken Windholz, adjunct Psychology instructor,
attends a CTELT webinar about adult learners. 

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