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Getting Started with eCampus

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Receive hands-on experience using the learning features and teaching tools available in eCampus from a student and instructor's perspective.

This is a 3-hour face-to-face workshop. Back to Top

Getting Started with eCampus - Webinar

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Join this live 1-hour webinar to see demonstrations and learn how to use the basic learning features and teaching tools available in eCampus.

NOTE: An email reminder will be sent a few days prior to the live event. The email will include pre-setup instructions and the Guest URL for attending the event. Back to Top

eCampus Grade Center

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Work with different types of Grade Center columns, download and upload grades to and from Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, and create grading rules in this training session. Back to Top

eCampus Grade Center - Webinar

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Join this live 2-hour webinar to see demonstrations on how to work with different types of Grade Center columns, download and upload grades to and from Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, and create grading rules in this training session.

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eCampus Grade Center Come-and-Go

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Stop by during this special "come-and-go" open lab and get personal assistance from ITS consultants to address any inquiries you have about the eCampus Grade Center. Work with different types of Grade Center columns, download and upload grades to and from Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, and create grading rules.

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eCampus Rubrics

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Learn how to create an evaluation criterion for assignments using the Rubric tool in eCampus. Back to Top

eCampus Assignments and Assessments

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Create assignments, tests, surveys, and more using eCampus tools to create graded coursework and measure student knowledge. Back to Top

eCampus Turnitin Plagiarism and Citation Tool

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Use the Turnitin building block as a means for plagiarism prevention. Check for potential plagiarism by comparing it to thousands of publications, web pages, and student papers for originality. The hands-on training also looks at the peer review (PeerMark) and grading (GradeMark) components. Back to Top

eCampus Communication Tools

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Use threaded discussions, blogs, journals, wikis, mail, announcements, and other collaborative tools in eCampus to help stimulate interaction among your students. Back to Top

eCampus Wikis

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Wikis hosts collaborative content and projects where students (and instructors) can view, contribute, and edit the content. Wikis can be setup for the class as a whole or for groups of students to work together on projects. Back to Top

eCampus Groups

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Have you ever asked: How can I make my groups more engaging? How can I minimize the amount of time it takes to manage groups? What are some of the more unique ways of effectively using groups? If you have, this workshop will assist you in getting the most out of your groups. We will use eCampus as a means to create, deliver, and grade group work. Learn how to avoid common mistakes while also experiencing best practices used in successful groups. Back to Top

eCampus ePortfolio

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Learn how portfolios can be used to compile artifacts and showcase progression or achievement. Back to Top

eCampus ePortfolio - Webinar

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Join this live 1-hour webinar to learn how portfolios can be used to compile artifacts and showcase progression or achievement.

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Introduction to Blackboard Collaborate

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Combining the capabilities of Wimba and Elluminate, Collaborate provides a comprehensive online learning and collaboration platform designed specifically for education. It is helping thousands of higher education, K-12, professional, corporate, and government organizations worldwide deliver a more effective learning experience through blended and mobile learning online collaboration tools. And it will help you open up all-new aspects of real time, or anytime, learning to engage more students and improve outcomes. Back to Top

eCampus Maximizing Mobile Users - Devices

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Learn how to maximize the use of mobile devices with eCampus and Blackboard's Mobile Learn application. Back to Top

eCampus Maximizing Mobile Users - Devices - Webinar

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Join this live 1-hour webinar session to learn how to maximize the use of mobile devices with eCampus and Blackboard's Mobile Learn application.

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eCampus Evaluation and Retention Center

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Join this session to learn how the eCampus Evaluation tools provide educators an opportunity to generate course reports, track user activity, and monitor at-risk students. Back to Top

eCampus Come-and-Go

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Stop by during this "come-and-go" open lab and receive one-on-one assistance from ITS to address any inquiries you have about the eCampus learning management system or other software and devices supported by ITS. Back to Top

Migrating Course Content from eLearning to eCampus - Come-and-Go

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Stop by during this "come-and-go" open lab to learn how you can export, archive, and import content from your eLearning courses to the eCampus system.

You can also use this opportunity to receive one-on-one assitance to address any inquiries you have about the eCampus learning management system or other software and devices supported by ITS. Back to Top

Best Practices and Lessons Learned

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From the flexible Course Menu and comprehensive Grade Center to the granular import/export of courses and drag-and-drop content management, eCampus offers many advanced teaching tools.

Based on over a year's worth of hands-on experience with the new system, we'll discuss "lessons learned," explore new approaches to teaching and learning, and share what's possible with the new system. Back to Top
Open Lab Sessions

First Fridays

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Every first Friday, stop by the ITS classroom at anytime between 1:00pm to 4:00pm and receive one-on-one assistance from ITS to address any inquiries you have about the various software, systems, and devices supported by ITS. Back to Top

Come-and-Go

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Stop by during this "come-and-go" open lab and receive one-on-one assistance from ITS to address any inquiries you have about the various software, systems, and devices supported by ITS. Back to Top
Professional Certification in Online Teaching

Fundamentals of Teaching Online

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This is the first core course of the Professional Certification in Online Teaching program. Enrollment is limited to instructors and instructional support staffs from the main College Station campus as well as the Galveston and Qatar branch campuses that plan to enroll in the full program. The course will be taught completely online and lasts for three weeks.

The course provides an introduction to the fundamentals of teaching online by exposing participants to topics such as: introduction to teaching online; teaching and learning styles and theories; resources and support; and technologies and new trends in teaching online.

Learn more about requirements, necessary software, and approved electives for the Professional Certification in Online Teaching program. Back to Top

Content Design and Development

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This is the second core course of the Professional Certification in Online Teaching program. Over the course of four weeks in this web-based workshop, participants will design web-based course content and learning activities that address various learning styles, meet requirements for accessibility, adhere to copyright law, and help students achieve instructional objectives. Using tools such as SoftChalk and Camtasia Studio, participants will develop instructional design skills, which can be used long after the workshop ends.

Registrants must have successfully completed the first core course, Fundamentals of Teaching Online. Back to Top

Assessment in Online Learning

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This is the third core course for the Professional Certification in Teaching Online program. Participants will strengthen their knowledge of various online assessments and gain skills for developing and implementing assessments of online learning.

This two-week workshop is entirely web-based. Registrants must have successfully completed the first two core courses, Fundamentals of Teaching Online and Content Design and Development. Back to Top
Instructional Development

Flipping Your Course

The flipped course is a pedagogical model where the typical lecture and homework elements of a course are reversed or switched. It introduces lecture materials in an online format so that class time can instead be devoted to problem solving, discussion, and group activities that reflect higher levels of learning.

NOTE: This multi-day workshop consists of daily online components and 4 face-to-face sessions. While attendance to the face-to-face sessions is optional, we highly encourage attending to meet all of the learning objectives and improve your knowledge and skills in designing and developing an exemplary course in a flipped format.

View the daily agenda and learn more about Flipping Your Course on the ITS website. Back to Top

Best Practices of Teaching Online

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This session introduces the importance of instructional strategies to the success of the online course environment.

Learn how to implement some best practices for all aspects of your online instruction. We will discuss planning and managing your online instruction, online teaching techniques, and online student assessment and evaluation techniques. Back to Top

Introduction to Teaching Technologies

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Explore the numerous technologies you can use to effectively teach both face-to-face and online courses. Gain hands-on experience with various online systems, software, and devices for engaging your students and achieving your teaching objectives. Back to Top

Calibrated Peer Review Workshop

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Calibrated Peer Review (CPR) is a web-based instructional writing and peer assessment tool developed through the Molecular Science Project, which is an NSF-sponsored chemistry reform project. The pedagogy is applicable to all academic disciplines. The system is supported by the University Writing Center and can be used in "W" courses.

In a typical CPR assignment, students will write essays about a topic after reading primary literature and using a directed set of questions to guide essay development. Students then critique their peers and their own work after passing a calibration procedure in which students learn to recognize and rank essays of differing quality on the same topic. The use of this system is offered at no cost to all Texas A&M instructors. The updated system allows students to both upload files and copy-and-paste in plain text. Back to Top

iClickers in the Classroom

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Involve your students in course discussions by using student response system remotes and receivers - or "clickers." Find out if students understand the subject matter you are covering in-class and discover innovative methods to get them engaged in course topics.

Participants will experience:
  • Using the i>clicker2 as a student and instructor
  • How to register your clicker
  • Grading and exporting grades to the LMS
  • Where to go for support
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iClicker Open Lab

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Stop by during this open lab and receive one-on-one assistance from ITS to address any inquiries you have about iClickers. Back to Top

Classroom Teaching with Devices from SMART Technologies

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Get the most from technology-enhanced classrooms on campus. Operate a customized touchscreen computer and control the classroom projector, DVD/VCR player, and wall-mounted video and document cameras to create dynamic and engaging presentations that you can record for later viewing. Back to Top

Computer-based Assessments and Study Aids with Software from Respondus

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Use Respondus to create and manage exams you can print on paper or publish directly to eLearning. Also use StudyMate to leverage your existing assessment questions and create interactive games and learning materials. Back to Top
Multimedia

Virtual Environments in Teaching Online

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Explore virtual environments and the unique opportunities they provide for teaching online. Discover instructional aspects specific to virtual worlds and gain best practices in how to assess student learning. Through exploratory activities, live examples, and open discussions, learn about the pedagogy behind implementing virtual environments in your curriculum. Back to Top

Podcasting Perspectives

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Improve your knowledge of what podcasts are and how to both develop and publish one. Consider the value of podcasts in different contexts and for different purposes. Receive hands-on experience creating podcasts using software available at the university such as Camtasia Relay, Camtasia Studio, and Audacity. Back to Top

Advanced Podcasting with Camtasia Studio

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Record your screen and create podcasts using video, voiceovers, images, and PowerPoint presentations with Camtasia. Find the right equipment for producing professional-quality podcasts. Choose the most appropriate file format for your audience. And explore various options for distributing your podcasts, both at the university and beyond. Back to Top

Advanced Podcasting with Camtasia Studio for Macintosh

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Record your screen and create podcasts using video, voiceovers, images, and PowerPoint presentations with Camtasia. Find the right equipment for producing professional-quality podcasts. Choose the most appropriate file format for your audience. And explore various options for distributing your podcasts, both at the university and beyond. Back to Top

Lecture Capture with Camtasia Relay

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Record a lecture and automatically produce the recording for viewing on a computer, iPod, or just about any mobile device. Gain hands-on experience using Camtasia Relay, which is a server-based system for uploading, encoding, and exporting computer screen recordings. Practice recording your own content and setup an account for future recordings. Back to Top
Communications

Creating Accessible Documents

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This session covers basic skills and best practices for creating and optimizing document files so that they are accessible to users with disabilities. Back to Top

What a Wiki Can Do for You

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Take an extensive look at wikis, which are multi-use, database-driven websites in which authorized users can add or edit content. Wikis provide a centralized space for collaborative, up-to-date documentation and online file repositories.

This course is offered online through the eLearning system. Instructions for accessing the course will be emailed to you after registration.

In order to complete this workshop, participants must login to the centrally supported wiki system. Therefore, participation is limited to College Station, Galveston, and Qatar faculty and staff. Back to Top

Introduction to Webconferencing with WebMeeting

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Share presentations, websites, and applications in a robust, System-wide web conferencing system. Integrate quizzes, surveys, and breakout rooms for presenting to small or large classes. Interact with students with audio, video, and text chat. Also record and archive your web conferences for later viewing.

Note: This workshop will be delivered online using WebMeeting. Prior to the scheduled event ITS will e-mail you directions on how to join. Back to Top
Quality Matters

Quality Matters Overview

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Texas A&M University is an official subscriber to Quality Matters™ through ITS.

Quality Matters™ is recognized worldwide as an inter-institutional peer review process that utilizes a research based set of standards known as the QM Rubric to assess the quality of the design of an online course. There are currently 800 subscribers in 46 states as well as several countries outside the U.S. Research indicates that the QM process and QM Rubric are effective in producing quality online courses.

This 1-hour workshop is designed for persons who want to learn about Quality Matters and how the QM Rubric can enhance their course’s online presence. Participants will get an overview of the QM Rubric and learn what is involved in the QM Review process. This is an introduction to the Applying the QM Rubric workshop. Back to Top

Applying the QM Rubric

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Texas A&M University is an official subscriber to Quality Matters™ through ITS.

Quality Matters™ is recognized worldwide as an inter-institutional peer review process that utilizes a research based set of standards known as the QM Rubric to assess the quality of the design of an online course. There are currently 800 subscribers in 46 states as well as several countries outside the U.S. Research indicates that the QM process and QM Rubric are effective in producing quality online courses.

This 8-hour workshop is designed for persons who want to learn about the QM peer review process and how to use the rubric to both design quality courses and assess the quality of current courses. The rubric is designed to provide a rigorous set of standards that can be consistently applied to online course design (not delivery) as part of a commitment to continuous quality improvement.

Workshop participants include but are not limited to graduate assistants, faculty, lecturers, staff, and administrators.

NOTE: This is a 2-day workshop. You will meet for 4-hours each day. Back to Top

Applying the QM Rubric - Online

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Texas A&M University is an official subscriber to Quality Matters™ through ITS.

Quality Matters™ is recognized worldwide as an inter-institutional peer review process that utilizes a research based set of standards known as the QM Rubric to assess the quality of the design of an online course. There are currently 800 subscribers in 46 states as well as several countries outside the U.S. Research indicates that the QM process and QM Rubric are effective in producing quality online courses.

This 2-week online workshop is designed for persons who want to learn about the QM peer review process and how to use the rubric to both design quality courses and assess the quality of current courses. The rubric is designed to provide a rigorous set of standards that can be consistently applied to online course design (not delivery) as part of a commitment to continuous quality improvement.

Workshop participants include but are not limited to graduate assistants, faculty, lecturers, staff, and administrators.

Participants can expect to spend about 10-11 hours per week in this workshop to successfully complete it. (Disregard the 8 AM start time as noted on the training schedule.)

NOTE: An introductory email with additional information for accessing the online workshop will be sent prior to the start date. Registration will close one-week prior to the start date. You will be assessed a $25 fee if you do not successfully complete the online workshop. Back to Top
Teaching with Technology Lecture Series

Summer 2015 Teaching with Technology Lecture Series

Join us for the Lecture Series' final session of the year as we discuss webconferencing and collaboration.

Modern networking tools are designed to make sharing presentations and applications easy. They also facilitate engaging virtual activities, such as breakout groups and chat, and work with mobile devices for on-the-go meetings.

The focus of the session will be the university-wide launch this fall of Blackboard Collaborate, a webconferencing system that works seamlessly with eCampus for conducting online, interactive instruction and meetings of all types and sizes.

We'll explore Collaborate's features, discuss its educational uses, and share how to get started using the system, which is scheduled for university-wide availability this fall.

Lunch will be provided for registered attendees. Come and go as your schedule permits.

Learn more at http://its.tamu.edu/twtls.

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Teaching with Technology Conference

2015 Teaching with Technology Conference

It's the System's premier event for sharing the latest trends in instructional technology! We've extended the Conference to two full days, providing even more opportunities to learn about emerging teaching technologies and network with like-minded peers.

The Conference covers a wide variety of teaching and learning topics in over 40 sessions. Plus, as a continuation of this year's Teaching with Technology Lecture Series in the spring, the schedule will feature two keynote presentations from leaders in higher education.

We encourage all Texas A&M University System schools and agencies to both present and attend. Be part of a proactive teaching community that discusses innovative education methods and shares best practices.

There is no cost to attend the Conference, but we encourage attendees to register now to allow for better event planning. Registered attendees will receive light breakfasts on both mornings, the first day's keynote lunch, the second day's grab-and-go lunch, and refreshments throughout the event. Come and go as your schedule permits.

Learn more at http://its.tamu.edu/twtc.

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Special Events

Introduction to Google

This session will take place at the Student Computing Center in room 114.

How can your class benefit from using Google apps? This Introduction to Google workshop will explore some of the apps available and their potential educational uses, answer questions regarding the accessibility of these apps, and where to go for support.

The end of the session is reserved for hands-on exercises with Google apps. Back to Top

Blackboard Collaborate Special Session

Marc Hugentobler, a Blackboard representative, will discuss the future of Bb Collaborate. Open discussion will follow. Back to Top
Reboot Camp

Reboot Camp -- Getting Started with eCampus

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Receive hands-on experience using the learning features and teaching tools available in eCampus from a student and instructor's perspective.

This is a 3-hour face-to-face workshop. Back to Top

Reboot Camp -- Student Response Systems aka Clickers

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Involve your students in course discussions by using student response system remotes and receivers — or “clickers” — from eInstruction. Find out if students understand the subject matter you are covering in class and discover innovative methods to get them engaged in course topics. Back to Top

Reboot Camp -- eCampus Grade Center

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Work with different types of Grade Center columns, download and upload grades to and from Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, and create grading rules in this training session. Back to Top

Reboot Camp -- eCampus Rubrics

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Learn how to create an evaluation criterion for assignments using the Rubric tool in eCampus. Back to Top

Reboot Camp -- eCampus Assignments and Assessments

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Create assignments and assessments using eCampus tools to create graded coursework and measure student knowledge. Back to Top

Reboot Camp -- eCampus Turnitin Plagiarism and Citation Tool

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Use the Turnitin building block as a means for plagiarism prevention. Check for potential plagiarism by comparing it to thousands of publications, web pages, and student papers for originality. The hands-on training also looks at the peer review (PeerMark) and grading (GradeMark) components. Back to Top

Reboot Camp -- eCampus Communication Tools

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Use threaded discussions, blogs, journals, wikis, mail, announcements, and other collaborative tools in eCampus to help stimulate interaction among your students. Back to Top

Reboot Camp -- Multimedia Podcasting Using Camtasia Studio

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Record your screen and create podcasts using video, voiceovers, images, and PowerPoint presentations with Camtasia. Find the right equipment for producing professional-quality podcasts. Choose the most appropriate file format for your audience. And explore various options for distributing your podcasts, both at the university and beyond. Back to Top

Reboot Camp -- Come-and-Go

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Stop by during this "come-and-go" open lab to receive one-on-one assistance from ITS to address any inquiries you have about the various topics covered during Reboot Camp. Back to Top

Reboot Camp -- Introduction to Reboot Camp and Effective Course Design

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Join us as we demonstrate how to design an online course. View some of the many tools available to instructors and how they are being used to engage students. We will also spend a few minutes introducing our services and resources and what you can expect to experience during Reboot Camp. Back to Top

Reboot Camp -- eCampus Export and Import Content - Come-and-Go

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Stop by during this "come-and-go" open lab to learn how you can export, archive, and import content for your courses and organizations. Back to Top

Reboot Camp -- Respondus

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Use Respondus to create and manage exams you can print on paper or publish directly to eLearning. Also use StudyMate to leverage your existing assessment questions and create interactive games and learning materials. Back to Top

Reboot Camp - eCampus Maximizing Mobile Users and Devices

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Learn how to maximize the use of mobile devices with eCampus and Blackboard's Mobile Learn application. Back to Top

Reboot Camp -- eCampus Wikis

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Wikis hosts collaborative content and projects where students (and instructors) can view, contribute, and edit the content. Wikis can be setup for the class as a whole or for groups of students to work together on projects. Back to Top

Reboot Camp -- eCampus ePortfolio

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Learn how portfolios can be used to compile artifacts and showcase progression or achievement. Back to Top

Reboot Camp -- eCampus Community

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Explore how the eCampus (Blackboard) online communities allow you to promote conversation and interaction among members. Back to Top

Reboot Camp -- Creating Accessible Documents

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This session covers basic skills and best practices for creating and optimizing document files so that they are accessible to users with disabilities. Back to Top

Reboot Camp -- Universal Design and Accessibility

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Learn about potential barriers that students with disabilities face when accessing information online. Review the legal responsibilities for presenting information online and providing course materials. Get advice and tips about universal design best practices. Also, discover the services and resources that the Department of Disability Services provides to instructors for accommodating students with disabilities. Back to Top

Reboot Camp -- Intellectual Property Issues in Teaching with Technology

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Innovations in instructional technology and digital media enable instructors and their students to easily find digital resources of interest; to combine, reuse, and remix those resources in creative new ways; and to publish those new digital works online.

Yet the ease of locating, copying, modifying, and sharing others’ works in the digital realm also raises questions about the ethical and legal dimensions of such pursuits. How can digital instructors and learners fully deploy new technologies within the limits of copyright and other legal considerations? What does our learning community need to know about intellectual property in the digital age? This presentation will examine the rights management issues involved in teaching and learning with technology.

Specific topics to be covered include:
  1. Rights of copyright holders to control their works in the online environment
  2. The means for controlling copyrighted content (Digital Rights Management technologies and other impediments to open access)
  3. Users’ rights in an educational setting (Fair Use and exceptions for classroom teaching)
  4. Creative Commons licenses and what they mean for creators and users
  5. Reliable resources to provide guidance
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    Reboot Camp -- Webconferencing with WebMeeting

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    Share presentations, websites, and applications in a robust, System-wide web conferencing system. Integrate quizzes, surveys, and breakout rooms for presenting to small or large classes. Interact with students with audio, video, and text chat. Also record and archive your web conferences for later viewing.

    Note: This workshop will be delivered online using WebMeeting. Prior to the scheduled event ITS will e-mail you directions on how to join. Back to Top

    Reboot Camp -- Introduction to 3D Virtual Worlds

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    Get a high-level overview of educational uses for virtual worlds and spaces with a special emphasis on Second Life. Back to Top
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