CETLA Events Registration Form

Please check the box to the left of the session you will be attending, enter your name in the text box at the end of the bottom of this form and select submit.

Spring 2014

Noon Brown Bag Discussion - Technology - What To Do When Everything Goes Wrong, March 18th, 12:30pm -1:30pm, CETLA
This noon brown bag discussion will focus on what we can do to effectively stay on track in spite of snow days, bandwidth restrictions, server outages and other obstacles.

Microsoft Web Expressions Basics, March 20th, 1pm -2pm, CETLA
If you are new Web Expressions web author this sixty minute hands on session will show you the basics you will need to maintain your web pages.  Participants will learn to create new web pages, add images, hyperlinks and create links to documents such as syllabi.

Noon Brown Bag Discussion - What is the Best Way to Grade Particpation, March 25th, 12:30pm -1:30pm, CETLA
This noon brown bag discussion will follow a showing of a webinar where Maryellen Weimer, Ph.D., provides an overview of what not to do when grading participation, activities worth doing, how to do them, and how to evaluate your own process.

YouTube as a Text Transcription and Conversion Tool, March 27th, 1pm -2pm, CETLA
Participants in this hand on 60 minute session will learn how to use the new YouTube video editing features as well as creating text transcripts and converting file formats.

Audience Polling/ Clicker Options, April 3rd, 1pm -2pm, Location:  T.B.D.
This session will introduce participants to the Turning Point Technology clickers available through Learning Technologies as well as a few free online polling options.  Session participants will learn how to use the Turning Point 5 software to create polls, collect data and create reports.  The free polling tools Poll Everwhere and Socrative  which work smart phone and all web based devices will also be demonstrated.

Brown Bag Discussion - How Rubrics Can Make Grading Easier,  April 8th, 12:30pm - 1:30pm, CETLA 
Rubrics help you develop a better grading system, one that delivers fair results, helps students learn, and makes effective use of your time. In this Magna Publications webinar, participants will see examples of the three basic formats and explore seven key recommendations developed to help you transform the grading process. 

Pixlr Image Editing, April 10th, 1pm -2pm, CETLA
This sixty minute hands on session will introduce participants to the Pixlr and online image editing tool that has many of the same powerful tools as Photoshop.

Noon Brown Bag Discussion -  Today's Students  , April 17th, 12:00pm -1:00pm, CETLA
The times are changing and so are the students.  We would like to discuss the ever changing landscape of college teaching.  Are there things we should be doing differently to reach this e-generation, or do they need to do things differently?  Let’s have a lively discussion regarding  today’s students.  Bring your lunch as well as your insights. This session will be facilitated by IVCC faculty members Sue Caley - Opsal and Koshu Jagasia.

Brown Bag Discussion - Book Review - Zen PowerPoint,  April 23rd, 12:30pm - 1:30pm, CETLA  
Join us for a discission on simple effective PowerPoint design and delivery based on the bppk Zen PowerPoint.  This has been described as the cure for bad presentations.

Introduction to Blackboard, April 24th. 1pm -2:30pm, CETLA
This ninety minute hands on session will introduce session particpants to the basic Blackboard functions such as gradebook tools, announcements, creating content, and creating assessments.

   Faculty Summer Institute 2014,  May 19th, 20th and 21st, 10am -3pm, Location CTC 119
This one credit hour course will introduce faculty to data driven teaching and learning,, badges, social media and new web 2.0 tools.

Microsoft Web Expressions Basics, June 4th, 1pm -2:30pm, CETLA
If you are new Web Expressions web author this sixty minute hands on session will show you the basics you will need to maintain your web pages.  Participants will learn to create new web pages, add images, hyperlinks and create links to documents such as syllabi.

Microsoft Web Expressions Format and Style Basics, June 18th, 1pm -2:30pm, CETLA
Session particpants will learn how to format content by creating and applying styles.

Microsoft Web Expressions- Accessibility, July 9th, 1pm -2:30pm, CETLA
Session particpants will learn to create web page content that is accessible and complies with the State and Federal standards.

 Microsoft Web Expressions - Cascading Style Sheets and Templates, July 23rd, 1pm -2:30pm, CETLA
This ninety minute hands on session will focus on creating, editing and applying cascading style sheets and templates to web pages developed with Microsoft Web Expressions.

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