D2L Overview Workshop
The Overview Workshop is for instructors who would like an overview of the basics and how you could use D2L, an online tool that can be used to post class materials, have students interact online, offer online quizzes, track grades, and more. These sessions listed below are scheduled for 1.5-hours where you will learn an overview of the basics and explore what D2L can do for you.
Stipends available for part-time faculty when you attend our sessions.

Additional resources on D2L can be found in http://www.pcc.edu/about/distance/faculty/technical/

Please direct any questions to Online Faculty Helpdesk, 971-722-8227.

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Accommodation
If you need an accommodation to participate, please notify us or the ADA Coordinator (971-722-5851 or adacoordinator@pcc.edu) at least three (3) working days prior to the date of need.
Information​​ on stipends for part-time faculty​​
Stipends for part-time faculty are available for all ITS D2L and Collaborate training sessions. Part-time stipends are disbursed in two-hour increments: 2 hours ($25), 4 hours ($50), or 8 hours ($100). Since ITS training sessions vary in length, you may need to attend multiple sessions to meet the time requirements. Each session will have a sign-up sheet to record participation.

Stipends for ITS sessions will be facilitated by the Distance Learning department. Contact Nellie Long (x4381) for questions about payments.

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