In conjunction with Morton College's Teaching and Learning Center the Instructional Technologist supports faculty in the effective use of technology in teaching and learning. This includes conducting training workshops for faculty and providing group and one-on-one consultations with faculty seeking to incorporate educational technology into the curriculum. The Instructional Technologist is also available to assist faculty in detecting and eliminating electronic plagiarism as well as incorporating online information literacy resources into instruction.
The Instructional Technology and Teaching and Learning Center Technology Pedagogy Challenge aims to encourage collaboration, the use of technology and creative pedagogical designs amongst both full and part-time faculty in the following areas:
For more information, download an informational flyer (PDF).
Ready for a Challenge? Download the Pedagogy Challenge application (PDF).
Important Dates/Deadlines for Applicants
The Morton College Library offers an online plagiarism prevention service for the Morton College Community called TurnItIn. This database is a proprietary
system that instantly identifies papers containing unoriginal material and acts as a powerful deterrent to stop student plagiarism before it starts.
TurnItIn can be used in conjunction with Blackboard and is found under Course Content > Assessments of your Blackboard Course Site. Please note, if you wish to use TurnItIn as a stand-alone plagiarism prevention service you will need to create an account. Please contact the Instructional Technologist for more information on accessing this resource.
Click here to book a workshop or individual consultation with the instructional technologist.
Courtney A. Griffin, M.A.
Phone: (708) 656-8000 Ext. 2430