Professional Development

IDS provides professional development & training services to assist the faculty, lecturers, and staff of UH Maui College supporting various pedagogy initiatives & technology products. These services are delivered through one-on-one mentoring, workshops, and group training sessions - check the training schedules for topics and times. Personalized mentoring sessions are offered by appointment. Please contact us to schedule a meeting.

More information of upcoming workshops & training sessions will be posted shortly. Please check back often. If you have a need or suggestion for training on a specific topic,
please let us know.
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Coming Up Next - LAULIMA SESSION #1

This Session introduces you to Lualima and ensures an understanding and knowledge in Laulima Pre-Planning, Overview & Introduction topics.

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Intro to Elluminate:


This training session provides an hands-on introduction and use that includes Basic Use, Delivery, Presentation, Communication tools.

NOTE: You will need 1) a headset w/ microphone, and 2) a moderator account to attend the training session. Moderator accounts are available to UH Maui College faculty, lectures, and staff. To receive a moderator account CLICK HERE.

ALL PARTICIPANTS MUST HAVE A IDS ELLUMINATE ACCOUNT TO ATTEND.

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Coming in September

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Workshop Highlight: Course Design and Development Ideas That Work
So much of what determines the overall success or failure of a course takes place well in advance of the first day of class. It’s the thoughtful contemplation of your vision for the course — from what you want your students to learn, to selecting the instructional activities, assignments, and materials that will fuel that learning, to determining how you will measure learning outcomes.

The upcoming workshop,
Course Design and Development Ideas That Work examines this multifaceted issue from a variety of fronts to bring you proven course design alternatives implemented in courses of varying sizes and disciplines. Featuring 12 articles pulled from the pages of The Teaching Professor, the workshop will inspire you to rethink some components of your course.