Workshops

September Webinars

 

Zoom Basics Webinar

Zoom is an application that will allow you to take your courses and meetings online. It is seamless, easy to use, and really useful if you want to have a live discussion with participants outside of the classroom. Zoom also allows for the creation of breakout rooms, polls for students to participate in, and the use of a waiting room which is a great option for office hours. The topics we will go over are:

  • Scheduling a Session
  • Joining a Session
  • Audio and Video Connection
  • Meeting Navigation
  • Screen Sharing
  • Creating & Sharing Polls
  • Breakout Rooms
  • Waiting Room

Kaltura Basics Webinar 

Kaltura is a lecture capture software that allows you to record your lectures and share them with your students via Moodle. You can also upload previously recorded videos on to Kaltura and make them accessible for your courses' media gallery on Moodle. There are many other great features in Kaltura including the ability to use Kaltura media assignments so students can submit their own videos as their assignment submissions, interactive quizzes that play along with video to assess student engagement, and the ability to view analytics for each video. We will go over the following topics in this webinar:

  • How to load content into the My Media Repository
  • Editing videos in My Media Repository
  • How to view and add content to Media Gallery on Moodle
  • A look into how to assign work and share resources using Kaltura tools.
  • A brief look into analytics

Moodle Basics Webinar

Moodle is Wagner's learning management system. If you are teaching a course you automatically have a Moodle course created for you with all of your students already enrolled. This workshop will go over the basics of setting up your Moodle course and using it as a way to easily facilitate your course online. The topics we will go over are:

  • Logging in and basic navigation
  • Changing Course Format
  • Editing a Topic Summary
  • Uploading a File
  • Linking a URL
  • Creating a Basic Gradebook
  • Creating an Assignment
  • Working with Forums
  • Backup and Restore

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