ETS Programs

Faculty Active Learning Intensive

Co-sponsored by the Provost's office and co-designed/delivered with USF faculty, the program brings full and part-time faculty together for three days in the summer to learn about active learning pedagogy and make plans for incorporation into a fall course. Learn more about the Active Learning Intensive Program »

Technology Badge for Communication and Collaboration Summer Technology Badge Program

This program runs from May-August every year. There are four different tracks to select from. Completing a minimum of five technology classes in any one track along with a work-related project(s) are required to earn a digital badge. Learn more about the Summer Badge program »


Technology Proficient Badge at USFDigital Badges Program

ITT offers a workshop for program directors or leaders as well as faculty members who want to learn more about how to integrate a badge program in their courses or training. Learn more about the Badge program »


New faculty summer intensive program ExploreNew Faculty Summer Intensive Program

Explore instructional strategies and technologies in support of a specific instructional goal you might have in one or more of your courses. All new full-time and adjunct faculty are encouraged to apply. Learn over a 3-days workshop plus stipends. Learn more »



Two faculty working on laptopsNew Faculty Bootcamp

Technology bootcamps are available to new and current full-time and part-time faculty every semester. The bootcamps provide faculty with an overview of the different learning technologies available at USF.  This includes how to use classroom technologies, access student and course information, using Canvas, Turnitin, Poll Everywhere, and the Echo360 Active Learning Platform. Registration is closed at this time.


Luncha nd Learn with a coffee on a desk and notepadLunch and Learn Workshops

Every semester we invite faculty and guests to hold presentations on various technologies and on pedagogy that can be implemented as ideas for an engaging classroom learning experience. All sessions are held from 12-1 pm. Learn more about Lunch and Learn Workshops »


Peer2Peer Teaching and Technology Workshops

This program is co-sponsored with the Tracy Seeley Center for Teaching Excellence. Faculty members lead a one-hour presentation and discussion session on implementation of a technology method or platform used in their course. The idea behind the program is that faculty learn best from the examples of their peers, who are tuned to the nuances of using technology in learning environments. Learn more about Peer2Peer Workshops »


Innovation Awards 2021 Innovation in Teaching with Technology Awards

Every year, ETS sponsors the Teaching with Technology Awards to create a greater awareness of achievements by faculty, who are finding new ways to use information technology in education. These awards honor faculty who have demonstrated innovative uses of technology to improve student learning. Registration is closed at this time. Learn more about the Awards program »


Online Course Design ProgramOnline Course Design Program

The Online Course Design Program (OCDP) is a semester-long development program offered by the Instructional Design team to prepare faculty in designing, building, and facilitating successful online courses with rich multimedia integration. Faculty who plan to develop hybrid and online courses for upcoming semesters, with approval from their school/college dean's offices, are invited to participate in the program. Learn more about the Online Course Design program »