Additional Trainings

The CITT offers a variety of training opportunities, including face-to-face, flipped, and fully online settings. Topics address both pedagogical and technological content.


Group training home page layout

Best Practices for Group Work

In this workshop, you will learn how to design a great group assignment with built-in individual accountability and manageable feedback mechanisms using UF’s e-Learning system.
Read more »


ID Workshop home page

CITT ID Workshop

The CITT ID Workshop simultaneously overviews the instructional design process and highlights the pedagogical building blocks of online course design and management. Participants will experience an online learning environment from the student perspective while exploring data -supported theory and methods through lectures, readings, research, resources, models and optional activities.
Read more »


e-Learning @ UF home page

e-Learning @ UF

In this workshop, participants learn to create and manage courses in UF’s e-Learning Management system. Facilitators guide the application of course design best practices and management strategies to help instructors prepare online courses that are efficient and student-friendly.
Read more »


Flipped classroom workshop home page

Flipped Classroom

This workshop provides a solid foundation for the best practices of the flipped classroom. The workshop models flipped classroom strategies by assigning participants pre-readings and a readiness assessment quiz. Each lesson modeled uses a template that is easily adaptable for instructors of all subject areas!
Read more »


Peer review workshop home page

Peer Review Workshop

This workshop introduces the best practices of online peer review. Participants will emerge with a full understanding of the mechanics, advantages and limitations of the peer review feature in e-Learning.
Read more »


rubrics workshop home page

Rubrics Workshop

This workshop examines the best practices of using rubrics. Participants will walk away with a quality rubric customized to an existing (or hypothetical) assignment in their course.
Read more »


e-learning analytics workshop home page

Using e-Learning Data to Improve Learning

Learn to use e-Learning quiz statistics and analytics to help identify struggling students, enhance assessment reliability and validity, and improve student learning. Participants will learn how to interpret various activity graphs, and evaluate quizzes and quiz questions for effectiveness.
Read more »