CETLA Event Registration

Academic Book Discussion Group Brown Bag Book Discussions on The Courage to Teach by Parker J. Palmer,  12:30pm - 1:30 pm, September 23, October 21st, November 18th, December 9th, January 27th, February 17th, and March 17th
Please consider participating in this monthly book discussion facilitated by Vice President of Academic Affairs, Dr Deborah Anderson.  Participants who commit to participating in these sessions and pre-register for this event by September 8th will be provided with the book.  

Blackboard Rubrics,  September 4, 1pm - 2pm, E321
 Learn how to use the Blackboard rubric tool to create custom interactive rubrics which will provide students with detailed feedback and calculate grades automatically. Participants will learn how to edit and share by exporting and importing rubric files between Blackboard courses.

Developing Badges for Use in Blackboard / EDC 1202 - Session Two, September 8, 1pm -2:30pm, E321
Participants will learn to create custom badges to issue to students for completion of course requirements in Blackboard.  This is the second in a series or five courses required for EDC 1202.  Participants my attend all five workshops or attend only those that are of interest to them.  EDC 1202 participants must attend all five to receive compensation for the activity.

Noon Brown Bag Discussion - Using Outlook to Send Text Messages to Groups of Students, September 10, 12:00 - 1:00pm, E321
 If you have ever considered using text messaging to send reminders to students, you will want to attend this session.  Participants will learn how to create text message groups in Outlook and send text messages using their IVCC Outlook email accounts.

CMS Web Author Training, September 11, 2014, 10am -11:30am, E321
This hands on session will introduce participants to the CMS web authoring software used by faculty and staff at IVCC to maintain web pages.

Blackboard Assessments / EDC 1202 - Session Three, September 15, 1pm -2:30pm, E321
Participants in this ninety minute hands on session will learn to use all of the options available for testing in Blackboard including Respondus.  The Respondus 4e instructor tools for managing test banks and converting tests in text format into Blackboard format will be demonstrated. If you are interested in learning more about Blackboard assessments, but not interested in completing the whole series of workshops required for EDC 1202 please feel free to attend this session.

Screen - Cast - O - Matic, September 18, 1pm -2:00pm, E321
This sixty minute session will introduce participants to the free web 2.0 tool Screen-Cast-O-Matic and demonstrate how it may be used to quickly create and post screen capture video tutorials.


CMS Web Author Training,September 19, 2014, 1pm -2:30pm, E321
This hands on session will introduce participants to the CMS web authoring software used by faculty and staff at IVCC to maintain web pages.

Blackboard Discussion / EDC 1202 - Session Four, September 22, 1pm -2:30pm, E321
Participants  will learn to create engaging discussion assignments and rubrics for simplify the grading process.. If you are interested in learning more about Blackboard discussion and the rubric tool, but not interested in completing the whole series of workshops required for EDC 1202 please feel free to attend this session.

Noon Brown Bag Discussion - Webinar Using Technology to Create Custom Automatic Feedback,September 24, 12:00 - 1:00pm, E321
In this Magna Publications webinar, Jean Mandernach, Ph.D. explains how she created a bank of feedback options which allow her to quickly grade and provide useful feedback to her online students.

Blackboard Wikis, Blogs and Journals - Oh My! / EDC 1202 - Session Five, September 29, 1pm -2:30pm, E321
Participants  will learn to use the Blackboard tools, journals, wikis and blogs to create a variety of assignments for their students. If you are interested in learning more about these Blackboard tools, but not interested in completing the whole series of workshops required for EDC 1202 please feel free to attend this session.

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