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Workshops and Training Programs

Workshops created by the DDEC and are taught by staff in the department throughout the year. Any faculty, staff or students of the university may attend. Click this link to view a list and sign up for our workshops.
Custom Workshops are specially created workshops for a group or department of interested faculty, staff or students of the university. Email with your specific request.
Self Teaching options are tutorials, presentations and handouts created so you may learn on your own and at your own pace. Click here to access these resources.
One-on-one assistance in the DDEC Lab is available on the topic of your choice. Please let us know what time you are coming & what type of assistance is needed, so that we will have proper resources on hand. Bring any necessary files formatted for a PC. Contact to make your appointment.
The DDEC offers house calls to faculty who need assistance with distance learning. DE Staff and student assistants are available by appointments and visits are limited to 30-minutes. Support will be provided with CourseDen course tools, demos of technologies and software (such as HorizonWimba, Impatica, etc), basic course evaluation, and improvement. Faculty who need immediate assistance should still contact the distance learning helpline at 678-839-6248. To arrange a Dr. D House Call please call the helpline or email
This program gets its name from Apollo, the mythological god who was strongest when at a distance. The goal of the Apollo Program is to facilitate a community of learners faculty who will work together to help their peers through both informal and formal means - to achieve educational excellence in distance education at UWG.

The program strives to achieve this in two ways: Monthly informal discussions with fun, free food and prizes in the Apollo Cafe a fancy name for Z-6. See the list of workshops for upcoming dates, times, and details. Click here for more info on the Apollo Program.
This is a centralized calendar on which any UWG staff or faculty can share faculty training or professional development opportunities. ITS, the Learning Resource Center, Distance & Distributed Ed Center, and the instructional technology support units within each of the three colleges, all collaborate to offer this resource.
Student orientations are CourseDen overviews/training sessions for classes on campus. Orientations are given by staff and student assistants. Email with your specific request.
JIT training is available via the phone for faculty that may have problems with CourseDen course tools, technologies and software (such as HorizonWimba, Impatica, etc), basic course evaluation, and improvements. DE Helpline 678-839-6248