Workshops

Workshops

Workshops

IRT - Training & Instructional Support

IRT - Training & Instructional Support provides technical training to the employees of Rowan University, manages access to Blackboard and offers a suite of digital media services and other instructional tools. 

For more information, please contact Marybeth Hegel, manager of IRT - Training & Instructional Support, at hegel@rowan.edu.

Fall Workshop Series at Campbell Library

Upcoming sessions covering everything from drones and 3D printing to integrating Open Education Resources (OER) into your classes to learning how to use RefWorks.  For the full schedule visit https://go.rowan.edu/campbellworkshops.  Every workshop is free and open to all Rowan-affiliated students, staff, and faculty. Computers will be provided, or bring your own laptop if you’d prefer! Seating is limited.

Leadership & Communication Series

The Division of Rowan Global Learning and Partnerships is pleased to offer a series of online Leadership Modules. 

TO REGISTER PLEASE VISIT: https://marketplace.rowanonline.com/store/events/listings/20298

Cost: $50
Students: $20

Learn to L.E.A.D in Under One Hour!

In this online, interactive program, participants will learn about four critical components of effective leadership:

  • Leadership Styles: discover six styles of leading and determine the best occasion to apply their use.
  • Engagement: strategies to increase employee engagement and productivity.
  • Accountability: understanding what motivates teams and how to hold them accountable for results.
  • Dealing with Conflict: using conflict as a tool and learn strategies to resolve non-productive conflict.

Participants will have the opportunity to test their knowledge throughout the program, including a final assessment and certificate upon conclusion. 

Overcoming Presentation Anxiety

In a series of lively video modules, Carl Hausman, the author of “Present Like a Pro,” provides the viewer with skills that calm public-speaking jitters and channel nervous energy into a dynamic performance.  Each lesson offers specific, practical take-aways that can be implemented immediately. 

Some of the benefits from his ten-point program: 

  • Learning what audiences do and don't perceive about nervousness.
  • Developing an organizational framework that guarantees you won't get lost or off-track.
  • Employing techniques to minimize nervous mental noise before and during the talk.
  • Breathing techniques that not only prompt relaxation but make the voice more powerful and resonant.
  • Understanding how to deal with skeptical or hostile audience members.
  • Mastering the mindset that "fear is your friend" -- meaning that jitters are actually good for your performance if you learn how to channel them.

The program concludes with a brief test, which may be repeated, and upon successful completion, participants receive a certificate acknowledging their achievement.