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If you are unable to attend a workshop/ webinar due to a schedule conflict, please contact the Faculty Technology Center (ftc@lsu.edu) to schedule a time to meet with you at your convenience.
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GTA Webinar: Introduction to Service Learning
@ 03:00 PM
ITS This course is open for all students, graduate teaching assistants and faculty. Dr. Marybeth Lima will introduce participants to service-learning, a method in which students meet their learning objectives by working with a community partner to address a critical community need. Topics include models and examples of service-learning, best practices and recommendations, and a brief discussion on how participants might integrate this pedagogy into the classes that they teach.
Online Teaching Cohort Meeting- Using Videos to Enhance Your Course (Tools & Best Practices)
@ 11:30 AM
ITS This will be the second meeting for the Online Teaching Cohort at LSU. This meeting will include a presentation titled ‘Using Videos to Enhance Your Course- Tools & Best Practices,’ followed by discussion among attendees. Lunch will be provided. Please see below for the meeting agenda, and visit https://grok.lsu.edu/Article.aspx?articleid=18041 for more information about the Online Teaching Cohort, and how to join. *All LSU faculty, staff, and students are welcome to join and atte
Lunch and Learn Online: Active Learning Activities to Enhance Classroom Instruction
@ 11:30 AM
ITS Are you looking to engage and motivate your students to want to learn? Join us as we discuss six technology enhanced activities that will engage students in reading, writing, discussion, or problem solving that promote analysis, synthesis, and evaluation of class content. These activities can be used in a face to face and online classroom setting.
Online Group Work: Making It Meaningful and Manageable
@ 12:00 PM
ITS This 60-minute presentation discusses the following: • Teaching students HOW to work in asynchronous groups • Creating assignments that meet academic needs and function within the online framework • Changing the perception of group work by increasing student investment, and getting the virtual classroom to “buy-in” • Streamlining structure and supervision to manageable levels • Showing students efficient strategies for group work, allowing better use of cognitive energy • An in-depth look at the Web 2.0 tools vital to the online group project experience.
Moodle for Non-Academic Use- The Basics
@ 02:00 PM
ITS 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. Courses for which a monetary charge to the participant is required are not housed on Community Moodle. To request a Community course, users need only send all relevant information (course name, reason for request, who will be the
Mobile Learning: Collaborating and Connecting with Students
@ 01:00 PM
ITS Mobile learning can transform your class into thriving interactive sessions. In this workshop, you will gain knowledge of the importance of mobile learning, discover free and highly rated apps that will enhance collaboration and connect with students to support higher order thinking and active learning, and learn how to implement the apps discussed in your classroom.
Mobile Learning: Staying Organized and Productive
@ 10:00 AM
ITS Mobile technologies are playing an increasingly important role in helping people stay organized and become more productive in their professional lives. In this workshop, you will gain knowledge of the importance of mobile learning, discover free and highly rated apps that will help you stay organized and productive and learn how to implement the apps discussed in your professional life.
WebEx: Using Meeting Center for Effective Web Conferencing
@ 01:30 PM
ITS WebEx is a web conferencing software that allows users to host meetings, teach classes, and provide online training for users anywhere, anytime! Attend this workshop to learn more about hosting meetings through WebEx Meeting Center. Workshop participants do not need prior experience with web conferencing. Meeting Center allows the user to present information, share applications, and collaborate on projects and activities.
Panopto Lecture Capture: Getting Started
@ 10:30 AM
ITS Panopto is a lecture capture system that includes software to record audio and video. Panopto is a great resource to help you flip your classroom, increase student learning and engagement in and outside of the classroom.
Lunch and Learn Online: Did You Know? Free & Discounted Technology Resources
@ 11:30 AM
ITS LSU offers several resources to students, faculty, and staff. Need to know how to change your PAWS password or how to add a quiz to your Moodle course? Answer your technology questions with GROK. Want to learn how about 3-D animation, e-learning content or analytics? Access thousands of training videos for FREE with Lynda.com! Looking for Microsoft Office or other software? TigerWare offers FREE or discounted software! Join us as we explore these resources in a one-hour webinar.
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