May 21st is Global Accessibility Awareness Day

As educators, we should be proud! In a world where people are both so polarized and united, higher education has long been the bellwether for social, political and philosophical change. Over the past few years, we have recognized the importance of diversity and fair...

Inclusion and Accessibility webinar

As we move to an online format, it is important that we make sure that all students feel welcome and included in your course. They also must be able to access and understand your materials. As a federally funded institution, it is the law – but more importantly,...

Remote Learning – We can do this!

The past few weeks have been a whirlwind, and now it’s already time to settle in for the first week of spring term. We’ve all done our best to get courses ready for students in a massive time crunch, and from our perspective at the Tech Hub, we can say that Chemeketa...

Dogfooding? How does that apply to my teaching?

Dogfooding – I’d never heard of this term and wasn’t too surprised to find a full explanation when I googled the word. Officially – it’s eating your own dog food or using your own product. Organizations use this practice to test their products (often software...

2019 Faculty Survey Results

This year the Center for Academic Innovation (CAI), completed several faculty surveys. We instituted blast surveys as a way to capture quick information about some of our current tools and resources, along with a comprehensive Faculty Needs Assessment (FNA) to assess...

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