Year: 2021

August 2021 – Using Classroom Technology

This workshop is meant to give you an overview of the technology available to you in the classroom. I’ll cover everything from logging in to the A/V system, to using the Wacom monitors for annotation, to using our online personal response system of choice, Poll Everywhere. Even though we’ll be having in person classes this…Continue Reading August 2021 – Using Classroom Technology

Back to School Information – August 2021

Hello everyone! Welcome back to another semester. This newsletter has several resources to help you prepare  for the coming semester. You’ll find tips and resources for preparing your Canvas site, lecture-capture policies and procedures, as well as other helpful information to help you feel confident starting the coming semester. Fall 2021 Canvas Prep This semester…Continue Reading Back to School Information – August 2021

Google Workspace Overview

In this workshop you’ll learn about the tools available to you in Google’s productivity suite known as Google Workspace (formerly G Suite). If you’ve ever wondered how to check your colleagues calendars for availability, share Google Docs, store things in Google Drive, or just need a refresher on all of the products available under our…Continue Reading Google Workspace Overview

July 2021 Canvas Workshop

This workshop covers several of the key areas of Canvas to make sure you are using it to its full potential. It covers course organization and design, how to make sure content is available to your students, how to use the Panopto integration, and updates to functionality over the last year that you may find…Continue Reading July 2021 Canvas Workshop

You made it teaching through a pandemic… now what?

You’ve learned a lot over the last year and a half, and this workshop was designed to help you learn the best way to incorporate that knowledge into your classroom moving forward. This workshop covered some of the technologies and teaching tools that worked, what didn’t, and what you can bring forward with you into…Continue Reading You made it teaching through a pandemic… now what?