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Learning communities are a powerful way for people to come together to achieve common learning goals. However, fostering conditions that promote an online community for shared learning and knowledge construction can be daunting to even the most experienced facilitators. Please join us as we discuss effective ways to establish and grow productive online learning communities
Did you know that three-quarters of college students reported they have cheated during their UG years? Lang’s research found that students often cheat because “their learning environments give them ample incentives to try – and that strategies which make cheating less worthwhile also improve student learning.” Come explore key factors that impact students' behaviors.
This two-hour short course will introduce you to Microsoft's latest version of its relational database application, Access 2016. Attendees will take a tour of the objects in an Access database, including tables, queries, forms, and reports and spend some time working in the most important of all the objects--tables.
Come to this workshop to begin the process of identifying your teaching philosophy, deciding which parts of it belong in your statement, and avoiding common mistakes.
People learn more deeply from words and graphics than from words alone. This is called the multimedia principle. It is the basis for using multimedia instruction; i.e., information with words (such as text, or PowerPoint slides) and graphics (such as charts, photos, animation, or video). Come learn about multimedia best practices.
In this workshop, we will begin by discussing resources that are available to TAs who are dealing with difficult situations. We will then ask the TAs how they would deal with these difficult situations themselves and identify the pros and cons of these approaches.
Have you ever been part of a group learning experience and thought that it was very frustrating? When cooperative learning is well-designed it minimizes opportunities for students and instructors to experience frustrations. Join this interactive workshop to explore best practices that will enhance your students’ experiences as they learn cooperatively.
In this 2-hour workshop participants will learn how to use Photoshop to do basic photo correction, use selection tools, manipulate, save, and store images. No prior knowledge of Photoshop is required.
Registrants will receive resources to continue learning Photoshop in a more formal level. Format will be an initial presentation of resources, then follow with Q&A.
In this workshop, you will learn what rubrics are and why to use them, and you’ll get some practice creating a rubric.
Register for this session to learn about specific features of Outlook Calendar, followed by Q&A of specific scenarios.
In this session we distill the magic that just might take your next presentation from bland to grand. See full description for more info.
Register for this session for quick tips on the basic use of Microsoft PowerPoint 2016. Additional resources will be shared as well.