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.
Interactive BoxLight Projectors, January 23rd, 1pm -2pm, D318
This sixty minute session will introduce faculty to the new interactive Boxlight projectors that are replacing the old Smartboard systems on campus.
Brown Bag Discussion - Six Technology Challenges, January 28th, 12:30pm - 1:30pm, CETLA
Reknown K-12 educator, David Nagle has identified six technology challenges that prevent widespread implementation of technological advances in education. This noon brown bag discussion will focus on these six challenges and how they may be overcome.
Introduction to CMS Web Author Tools, January 30th, 1:00pm - 2:30pm, A301
This hands on 90 minute session introduces web authors to the CMS web authoring system used for maintaining college web pages. Registered participants will be provided with a web authoring account that will allow them to start developing a web page.
Respondsus Lock Down Browser Tips and Tricks, February 6th, 1:00pm - 2:00pm, CETLA
If you have students take tests in Blackboard, you will want to consider attending this session in the Respondus Lock Down Browser. Respondus is used to ensure that students testing in Blackboard do not print off tests, use screen capture software to create copies of the test , or have any other applications open while testing.
Brown Bag Discussion - Twitter for Educators, February 4th, 12:00pm - 1:00pm, CETLA
Learn how faculty can use Twitter to send course reminders, and updates as well as gather feedback from students.
Webinar - "Online Teaching will never be as good as real teaching", and other myths your elders told you, February 11th, 10am -11am, CETLA
This webinar on distance learning will be facilitated by Michelle Stephens, an online faculty member from Richland Community College.
Brown Bag Discussion - How to Create Effective Mini Lectures, February 11th, 12:30pm -1:30pm, CETLA
Join us in CETLA for a viewing and discussion of this webinar by Dr. Christy Price from Dalton State College. Dr. Price was recognized as the 2012 US Professor of the Year.
Webinar - Building Content Knowledge and Community in an Online Course Using Storybooks, February 12th, 10am -11am, CETLA
This webinar is offered as part of a series on online learning by ILCCO, and will be facilitated by Oakton Community College, online faculty member, Elizabeth Kershisnik.
Webinar - Creating An Accessible Online Course, February 12th, 12:00 -1:00pm, CETLA
This sixty minute webinar will show particpants how to ensurethat their online course materials are accessible. It will be facilitated by University of Chicago faculty member, Janet Peters
Webinar - Enrich Online Student Learning Experience by Using Screencast-O-Matic, February 13th, 10am -11am, CETLA
This sixty minute webinar will be facilitated by Southeastern Illinois College faculty members, Diane King and Terry Lucas as part of the ILCCO series Growing Online Learning
10 Microsoft Office Tips, February 13th, 1pm - 2pm, February 13th, 1pm -2pm, A301
This sixty minute workshop will introduce experience Microsoft Office users to ten time saving, little known tips and tricks.
Noon Brown Bag Discussion - Ten New Tech Tools for Your Toolbox, February 20th, 12:30pm -1:30pm, CETLA
This noon brown bag discussion will provide a demonstration of ten of the coolest, most cost effective tech tools available. Tech tools will include Screecast-o-matic, a free video capture web based tool, Vidcoder a free DVD conversion software, Youtube automatic text transcription and several other exciting free new tools.
Noon Brown Bag Discussion - The Three Worse Mistakes to Make in the Classroom, February 25th, 12:30pm -1:30pm, CETLA
This noon brown bag discussion will feature a 20 minute webinar facilitated by reknown educator, Mariellen Weimer, PhD.
Blackboard Rubrics, February 27th, 12:30pm -1:30pm, CETLA
Feel free to bring your lunch to this sixty minute session on building and sharing Blackboard rubrics. The Blackboard rubric is an interactive tool for grading student assignments and discussions and providing feedback to students.
Microsoft Outlook - Texting Options, March 6th, 1pm - 2pm, CETLA
Participants will learn how to use their Microsoft Outlook accounts to send text messages to students and retain copies of these messages within Outlook. Sending text messages via Outlook also eliminates the need to share your cell phone number with students.