LLCC Academic Innovation & eLearning is offering a variety of workshops this semester on innovative teaching, internet accessibility and quality matters. Multiple open labs will also be offered. At these open labs, you can stop by to ask questions and receive one-on-one support with Blackboard, SoftChalk, Ally and AFEIS.
This week, the workshops listed below are being offered.
- Imagining Creative Assignments for Your Content – Monday, Feb. 11, 2-2:50 p.m. in S0119. Are the assignments you are using the best assessment tools for your content area or are there better ways to assess how well your students are achieving the course learning outcomes? Bring a copy of your course learning outcomes to this lesson, and learn engaging, creative assignment options that can be used for assessment. Register at http://bit.ly/2SM2JNM. Note: Current online faculty participating in the Online Proficiency Program can receive two points for successful completion of this workshop.
- Captioning Your YouTube Videos Is Easier Than You Think! – Monday, Feb. 11, 3-3:50 p.m. in S0119. Videos need to include closed-captioning to comply with internet accessibility standards. Attend this workshop to find out how faculty, staff and students can easily integrate this functionality into new or existing videos they have created. To register, click here: http://bit.ly/2CcSpqX. Note: Current online faculty participating in the Online Proficiency Program can receive one point for successful completion of this workshop.
- Breathing Life into Your Class with Active Learning – Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2-2:50 p.m. in S0119. The students of Generation Z thrive on fully-immersive educational experiences, enjoying the challenges of contributing to the learning process, participating in collaborative sessions and feeding off the energy of an interactive environment. This workshop will introduce you to active and collaborative learning strategies that can be used in your classroom. Register at http://bit.ly/2TDRhDM. Note: Current online faculty participating in the Online Proficiency Program can receive two points for successful completion of this workshop.
- General Open Lab – Wednesday, Feb. 13, 34 p.m. in S0119 – (no registration needed). Do you have questions about how to accomplish something in Blackboard, SoftChalk or Ally, or how to convert existing documents and files into an accessible format? Stop by our General Open Lab for one-on-onr support.
For full descriptions and to view a listing of all spring workshops by topic, visit https://www.llcc.edu/aiel/workshops-training. To register for a workshop, please follow the link under each session description and complete the online registration form.