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Moodle 3 - Basics and Beyond
01/23/2017
@ 10:00 AM
FTC The goal of the Moodle 3 - Basics and Beyond workshop is to provide first-time Moodle users with a basic understanding of the structure and functionality of Moodle as well as the available activities and resources that instructors can utilize within their course. If you are looking for a more in-depth exploration of the activities or want to know how to integrate them into your specific course, please request an appointment with one of the staff members in the FTC by calling 578-3375 (option 1),
Lunch & Learn Online: Designing Multiple Choice Questions
01/24/2017
@ 11:30 AM
FTC Need help developing multiple choice questions? This webinar will go over strategies that will help you write effective questions.
Moodle Tools for Your Online/Blended Course
01/25/2017
@ 09:30 AM
FTC This workshop will provide an overview and hands-on experience with some Moodle features that can assist in facilitating an online course. Features and activities that will be covered in this workshop include forums, quizzes, and assignments. The presenter(s) will also discuss best practices of implementing these tools in an online course. Best practices are aligned with Quality Matters standards.
Social Media – Building Your Personal Learning Network (PLN)
01/26/2017
@ 01:30 PM
FTC A PLN is about making connections and building personal relationships with university professors and knowledge experts around the world. No matter where you are you can connect with your network to share expertise, discuss research and discover new teaching strategies. This workshop will address how connecting, collaborating and communicating with others can have an impact on the way you teach and learn.
BlueCat Training for TSPs
01/26/2017
@ 09:00 AM
ITS Introductory training for Technology Support Professionals on BlueCat (replacing IP Control and Netreg)
Moodle for Non-Academic Use- The Basics
01/26/2017
@ 09:00 AM
FTC The LSU Community Moodle instance was designed to provide a location for hosting non-academic online learning environments for LSU associates. The courses to be hosted might include not-for-credit classes, club or organization sponsored areas and online training sites. This workshop will cover the most commonly used features used in Community Moodle.
Moodle Tools for Your Online/Blended Course
01/31/2017
@ 09:00 AM
FTC This workshop will provide an overview and hands-on experience with some Moodle features that can assist in facilitating an online course. Features and activities that will be covered in this workshop include forums, quizzes, and assignments. The presenter(s) will also discuss best practices of implementing these tools in an online course. Best practices are aligned with Quality Matters standards.
BlueCat Training for TSPs
02/02/2017
@ 09:00 AM
ITS Introductory training for Technology Support Professionals on BlueCat (replacing IP Control and Netreg)
The Digital Playground: Tools to Enhance Classroom Instruction
02/09/2017
@ 10:30 AM
FTC Do you struggle with finding the time to locate great web resources to enhance the content you teach? In this workshop you will learn about four educator-tested websites that will engage students with course content.
Using ‘Turnitin Feedback Studio’ to Improve Student Writing
02/09/2017
@ 09:00 AM
FTC Turnitin Feedback Studio (the newest version of Turnitin) is a web-based solution that puts the student’s assignment at the center of the feedback process. It is not just a plagiarism detection tool. Learn how Turnitin Feedback Studio can manage student assignments, save instructors time, and support academic integrity while increasing feedback quality and student engagement. Grade anything and anywhere!