Monday, 11 Aug 2014
The workshop will cover navigation through directories, basic file manipulation, basic search tools, basic shell scripting and related material. No UNIX experience is necessary. Registration is full, but a wait list is available.
In this hands-on Blackboard Learn workshop you will learn how and where to upload your course syllabus, post assignments, create and manage announcements, send email, enroll students using the ISU Admin Tool, add TAs, course builders, or guests, organize course materials, add instructor contact info with photo, access the Grade Center, and more.
Tuesday, 12 Aug 2014
In this hands-on Blackboard Learn workshop you will learn how to create online tests, quizzes, and surveys and learn how to use them effectively within your BbLearn course. You will also learn how to view quiz results, grade, and provide student feedback online or set your quiz to grade and provide feedback automatically.
You will learn how to create and effectively manage multiple small groups and discussions in this workshop. Online small groups offer flexibility -- enabling students with varied schedules and physical locations to easily collaborate and communicate. Students may discuss articles, collaborate on projects, provide peer feedback, and even study together online.
Wednesday, 13 Aug 2014
In this workshop, you will have the opportunity to learn how to facilitate communication between you, your students, and among students. We will explore Bb Learn's Messages, Send Email, Announcements, and Group features in a course shell.
Panopto offers a rich set of features for both faculty and students that allows classroom recordings and gives instructors the ability to create rich media resources right from their desks. You may use Pantopo to "flip" your classes so that passive learning (listening to lectures) is done online and active learning (solving problems) is done in class.
Thursday, 14 Aug 2014
This session has been cancelled due to low enrollment. If you would like to have a one-to-one consultation about the grade center please contact us at 294-5357 or through our online form
This workshop will focus on the simple design tricks for your Blackboard Learn course to help your students navigate your course and stay organized. You will also learn how to track the progress of your students in Grade Center using smart views and color coding. You will see a demonstration and become familiar with the logistics of Retention Center.
Friday, 15 Aug 2014
The workshop will cover more advanced search tools, regular expressions, awk and more advanced bash scripting with conditionals and loops. A follow-up to the Aug. 11 workshop. Registration is full, but a wait list is available.