Technology and Teaching Webinars

computer-768608_1920Academic Computing Webinars

Down­load the Class­Flow Webi­nar

The Class­Flow webi­nar was the first webi­nar in the 2018 “Sum­mer Webi­nar Series” hosted by Aca­d­e­mic Com­put­ing Ser­vices.  In the Class­Flow webi­nar, there was an expla­na­tion of how the free web based tool assists with active learn­ing in the class­room.  Dur­ing the webi­nar, sev­eral Class­Flow tools were demon­strated such as the instant white­board, quick poll, assign­ments, assess­ments, and activ­i­ties.  Car­rie Bar­ron from PowerUP EDU was the co-pre­sen­ter dur­ing the webi­nar with ques­tion and answer time at the end.  The tran­script of the webi­nar has been pro­vided and down­load the PDF ver­sion of this pre­sen­ta­tion.

Down­load the Black­board Assess­ments Webi­nar

The Black­board Assess­ments webi­nar was the sec­ond webi­nar in the “Sum­mer Webi­nar Series” hosted by Aca­d­e­mic Com­put­ing Ser­vices.  Dur­ing the Black­board assess­ments webi­nar, there was a demon­stra­tion about how to cre­ate tests, sur­veys, and pools.  Also, there was a dis­cus­sion about ways to man­age the Grade Cen­ter and infor­ma­tion about the Exem­plary Course Pro­gram.  Carey Smouse (Blackboard’s Senior Cus­tomer Suc­cess Advo­cate) was the co-pre­sen­ter dur­ing the webi­nar. Down­load the PDF ver­sion of this pre­sen­ta­tion.

Down­load the Atomic Learn­ing Webi­nar

The Atomic Learn­ing webi­nar was a live pre­sen­ta­tion hosted by Aca­d­e­mic Com­put­ing as the first install­ment of the “Sum­mer Webi­nar Series”.  Atomic Learn­ing is a train­ing and tuto­r­ial sys­tem that allows stu­dents, fac­ulty, and staff to view videos about a wide vari­ety of top­ics.  Michelle Grady (Atomic Learning/Hoonuit’s Imple­men­ta­tion Spe­cial­ist) was the co-pre­sen­ter dur­ing the webi­nar.  Down­load the PDF ver­sion of this pre­sen­ta­tion.

Down­load the Camp­bell Web Ex-Web Con­fer­enc­ing Webi­nar

Camp­bell Web Ex is cur­rently avail­able for faculty/staff to cre­ate an account.  Web Ex is a web con­fer­enc­ing tool (sim­i­lar to Black­board Col­lab­o­rate) that cre­ates engag­ing vir­tual meet­ings.  Faculty/staff can record lec­tures and/or have vir­tual meet­ings using Web Ex.   In this webi­nar, you will learn about the fea­tures and func­tions of Web Ex.  Down­load the PDF ver­sion of this pre­sen­ta­tion.

Down­load the Tegrity-Instruc­tional Videos Webi­nar

Tegrity is a lec­ture cap­ture sys­tem that is used at Camp­bell.  In many instruc­tional rooms across cam­pus, Tegrity cam­eras have been installed and instruc­tors can record lec­tures.  In addi­tion to the lec­ture cap­ture sys­tem, Tegrity can be used to record lec­tures at home or in your office.  Many instruc­tors are using Tegrity to “flip” their class­rooms to allow class time for ques­tions about the lec­ture and/or active learn­ing strate­gies.  Down­load the PDF ver­sion of the pre­sen­ta­tion.

Down­load the Black­board Col­lab­o­rate Ultra Webi­nar

Black­board Col­lab­o­rate is a web con­fer­enc­ing tool that is help­ful for Camp­bell Uni­ver­sity stu­dents and fac­ulty to inter­act in an asyn­chro­nous or syn­chro­nous online envi­ron­ment.  Within the webi­nar the new inter­face of Col­lab­o­rate will be explored and the live ses­sions-web con­fer­enc­ing (syn­chro­nous) and recorded ses­sions (asyn­chro­nous) options will be dis­cussed. Con­tact our Black­board Admin­is­tra­tor, Adam McIn­tyre for tech­ni­cal assis­tance with Black­board Col­lab­o­rate.  Down­load the PDF ver­sion of the pre­sen­ta­tion.

Down­load the VoiceThread in Higher Edu­ca­tion Webi­nar

VoiceThread is a free Web 2.0 tool that instruc­tors can use with stu­dents to make their lec­tures and pre­sen­ta­tions more engag­ing.  Voicethread is sim­i­lar to a dis­cus­sion board, which allows stu­dents to com­ment on their professor’s ques­tions and com­ments.  The VoiceThread webi­nar out­lines an overview of the func­tions and shar­ing capa­bil­i­ties for instruc­tor led pre­sen­ta­tions and stu­dent led pre­sen­ta­tions.  Down­load the PDF ver­sion of the pre­sen­ta­tion.


Blackboard Webinars

Down­load the “Acces­si­bil­ity: Mak­ing Black­board Mod­ules and Con­tent Acces­si­ble for All” Webi­nar

The webi­nar will “help insti­tu­tions towards achiev­ing inclu­sively and best prac­tice for all learn­ers through their online and face to face class­rooms and pro­vide a prac­ti­cal frame­work to:

• Assess their ped­a­gogy
• Review their exist­ing con­tent
• Eval­u­ate their institution’s tech­nol­ogy.”  Read the acces­si­bil­ity in edu­ca­tion Black­board blog post. 


Atomic Learning Webinars

Down­load the “Improve Stu­dent Out­comes Using Online Video Tuto­ri­als” Webi­nar

Within this webi­nar, “fac­ulty at Fer­ris State Uni­ver­sity con­tinue to look for ways to help stu­dents be suc­cess­ful in an era of insuf­fi­cient time and infor­ma­tion over­load. View this archived webi­nar to hear from Jackie Hughes, Instruc­tional Tech­nol­ogy Coor­di­na­tor, as she shares how they have found sev­eral ways to lever­age Atomic Learn­ing video tuto­ri­als to help stu­dents suc­ceed and to help fac­ulty main­tain bal­ance. You’ll learn how fac­ulty at Fer­ris State Uni­ver­sity are help­ing to rein­force learn­ing, pro­mote inde­pen­dent learn­ing and to encour­age con­tin­u­ous learn­ing.”


Inside Higher Ed Webinars

Down­load “Inno­va­tion in Teach­ing” Webi­nar

“Teach­ing is cru­cial to the mis­sion of every col­lege and uni­ver­sity – even if the degree pro­grams, stu­dents, fac­ulty mem­bers and insti­tu­tional mis­sions vary widely. Whether try­ing to teach first-year com­po­si­tion or advanced sci­ence, fac­ulty mem­bers are push­ing them­selves and their stu­dents. Below are some of the top­ics to be dis­cussed on the webi­nar:
  • Why some uni­ver­si­ties are giv­ing STEM edu­ca­tion more atten­tion.
  • How cer­tain traits of under­grad­u­ate edu­ca­tion are linked to suc­cess in life.”

Down­load the “Teach­ing with Tech­nol­ogy” Webi­nar

The use of tech­nol­ogy to deliver instruc­tion is an idea whose time has come – though the extent of its use varies greatly. At some insti­tu­tions, pro­fes­sors do lit­tle more than use learn­ing man­age­ment sys­tems to record atten­dance and grades and to com­mu­ni­cate with stu­dents. At the other end of the scale, mil­lions of stu­dents study entirely online. For the great mid­dle, though, pro­fes­sors are increas­ingly using their LMS and other tech­nol­ogy tools to do things that don’t sim­ply replace paper­work.

Down­load “The Flipped Class­room” Webi­nar

Inside Higher Ed edi­tors Scott Jaschik and Doug Led­er­man explore a range of ideas and opin­ions about the flipped class­room in this free webi­nar.