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Workshop #59


#59 Spring 2021 Blackboard Original Orientation
Date: Open Enrollment
Time: Self-Paced
Location: www.lewisu.edu/bb

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This is a self-paced, online orientation of the university learning management system, Blackboard Learn Original. Participants will learn how to create announcements, post grades in the grade center, upload basic content such as the syllabus, and collect assignments. Upon registering for this session, you will be enrolled as a student into the orientation within three business days. A printable certificate of achievement is available upon completion of the orientation final assessment. To access the orientation, log in to lewisu.edu/bb and select “Courses”. From your courses page, select “Blackboard Original Orientation”. Watch a video on accessing your courses in Blackboard here.

Questions? Email facultycenter@lewisu.edu

Presenter(s): Faculty Center Staff
Target Audience: Faculty and Staff

Workshop #46


#46 Panopto Video Assignments
Date: Thursday, April 15, 2021
Time: 3pm-4pm
Location: Online

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Learn how to set up assignments that will request students to submit videos. See an example of what the instructor sees and how the student submits a video assignment using Panopto. Some experience with Panopto would be helpful but not required.

Presenter(s): Faculty Center Staff
Target Audience: Faculty and Staff

Workshop #44


#44 Best Practices for Creating Instructional Video Content
Date: Wednesday, April 21, 2021
Time: 10am-11am
Location: Online

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Have you been interested in creating instructional video content for your course? Then this is the session for you! Here we will discuss best practices for creating instructional video content. During this session we will explore how to structure and create materials that will work best in a video environment.

Presenter(s): Faculty Center Staff
Target Audience: Faculty and Staff

Workshop #41


#41 Advanced Panopto Training
Date: Monday, April 26, 2021
Time: 10am-11am
Location: Online

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This training is intended for users that have completed Panopto Essentials and who have some experience using Panopto. During this session we will explore in detail: captions, editing, quizzes, and advanced folder organization. To get the most out of this training it is advised that instructors have a simple video already created in Panopto to work with.

Presenter(s): Faculty Center Staff
Target Audience: Faculty and Staff

Workshop #1


#1 Summer 2021 Blackboard Original Orientation (1)
Date: Ongoing through August 21, 2021
Time: Online
Location: Online

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This is a self-paced, online orientation of the university learning management system, Blackboard Learn Original. Participants will learn how to create announcements, post grades in the grade center, upload basic content such as the syllabus, and collect assignments. Upon registering for this session, you will be enrolled as a student into the orientation within three business days. A printable certificate of achievement is available upon completion of the orientation final assessment. To access the orientation, log in to lewisu.edu/bb and select “Courses”. From your courses page, select “Blackboard Original Orientation”. Watch a video on accessing your courses in Blackboard here.

Questions? Email facultycenter@lewisu.edu

Presenter(s): Faculty Center Staff
Target Audience: Faculty & Instructors

Workshop #2


#2 Online Teaching Certification, Ultra Edition (5 Week Ultra Interface) (2)
Date: June 1 - July 6, 2021
Time: Online, Optional Live Sessions on Wednesdays at 11:00am CT
Location: Online, Optional Live Sessions on Wednesdays at 11:00am CT

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The Online Teaching Certification fulfills University requirements for faculty to teach online and blended courses at Lewis University. This five week course is instructor led and completely online. All coursework is completed on the Lewis University Blackboard system using the Ultra interface. experience. Preview the Ultra interface here. Participants will learn the basic pedagogical approaches, design principles, and technological tools that facilitate online learning. Participants can expect to spend 3-5 hours per week completing coursework to meet weekly deadlines. Certification is awarded to those who have successfully completed all required coursework. Please contact your academic department to determine if there is course materials built in the Ultra environment.

Presenter(s): Faculty Center Staff
Target Audience: Faculty & Instructors

Workshop #5


#5 Panopto Orientation
Date: Wednesday, June 9, 2021
Time: Online
Location: Online

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During this essential skill session, we will explore how to properly setup Panopto in both the Blackboard Original and Ultra environments. An emphasis will be placed on how to provision new course sections and successfully navigate Panopto file structure. Advice for curating and sharing content between courses and future course roll-overs will be discussed. In additional, we will also discuss how to correct the most commonly encountered Panopto issues by both students and faculty.

Presenter(s): Andy Alton
Target Audience: Faculty & Instructors

Workshop #9


#9 Polling and Collaborative Work in Zoom
Date: Wednesday, July 8, 2021
Time: 2pm-3pm
Location: Online

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Learn how to use the polling and breakout group functions in zoom. Share and collect ideas on engaging your students during zoom sessions.

Presenter(s): Samantha Kinser
Target Audience: Faculty & Instructors

Workshop #3


#3 Teach and Build in Ultra (Pre-requisite: Online teaching certification)
Date: Rolling registration, facilitator instructed July 12 – August 15, 2021
Time: Online
Location: Online

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Are you certified to teach online and looking to make the switch to a more intuitive interface? Thinking about using Blackboard Ultra? Teach & Build in Blackboard Ultra is your opportunity to learn all about blackboard Ultra in this self-paced five module course. Learn how to re-create your original content in the Ultra experience. Learn more about Ultra here. Optional live sessions and office hours will be available.

Presenter(s): Faculty Center Staff
Target Audience: Faculty & Instructors

Workshop #4


#4 Online Teaching Certification, Original (5 Week Original Interface)
Date: July 12 - August 15, 2021
Time: Online, Optional Live Sessions on Wednesdays at 11:00am CT
Location: Online, Optional Live Sessions on Wednesdays at 11:00am CT

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The Online Teaching Certification fulfills University requirements for faculty to teach online and blended courses at Lewis University. This five week course is instructor led and completely online. All coursework is completed on the Lewis University Blackboard system. Participants will learn the basic pedagogical approaches, design principles, and technological tools that facilitate online learning. Participants can expect to spend 3-5 hours per week completing coursework to meet weekly deadlines. Certification is awarded to those who have successfully completed all required coursework.

Presenter(s): Faculty Center Staff
Target Audience: Faculty & Instructors

Workshop #6


#6 Panopto Orientation
Date: Tuesday, July 13, 2021
Time: Online
Location: Online

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During this essential skill session, we will explore how to properly setup Panopto in both the Blackboard Original and Ultra environments. An emphasis will be placed on how to provision new course sections and successfully navigate Panopto file structure. Advice for curating and sharing content between courses and future course roll-overs will be discussed. In additional, we will also discuss how to correct the most commonly encountered Panopto issues by both students and faculty.

Presenter(s): Andy Alton
Target Audience: Faculty & Instructors

Workshop #10


#10 Peer to Peer Review and Assessment
Date: Wednesday, August 4, 2021
Time: 11am-12pm
Location: Online

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Learn how to use a high impact tool in Blackboard: Peer Review/Assessement. The Blackboard Self and Peer Assessment tool allows students to review and assess work submitted by themselves and their peers. Using criteria provided by their instructors and optional sample responses, students can provide points and feedback for submitted assignments. Bring your peer review or peer assessment lesson plan and build it out during the webinar.

Presenter(s): Faculty Center Staff
Target Audience: Faculty & Instructors

Workshop #7


#7 Advanced Panopto Features
Date: Wednesday, August 11, 2021
Time: Online
Location: Online

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This training is intended for users that have completed Panopto Essentials and who have some experience using Panopto. During this session we will explore in detail: captions, editing, quizzes, and advanced folder organization. To get the most out of this training it is advised that instructors have a simple video already created in Panopto to work with.

Presenter(s): Andy Alton
Target Audience: Faculty & Instructors

Workshop #8


#8 Advanced Panopto Features
Date: Thursday, August 19, 2021
Time: Online
Location: Online

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This training is intended for users that have completed Panopto Essentials and who have some experience using Panopto. During this session we will explore in detail: captions, editing, quizzes, and advanced folder organization. To get the most out of this training it is advised that instructors have a simple video already created in Panopto to work with.

Presenter(s): Andy Alton
Target Audience: Faculty & Instructors