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Upcoming Training Opportunities
Visit this page regularly to learn about new offerings. If you'd like to see group training session on a particular topic or with a particular application, please contact OC Instructional Support Services (firstname.lastname@example.org) - all suggestions are welcome.
2013 Spring Trainings
OC Instructional Support Services introduces Trainings for Spring 2013
Ongoing Desire2Learn Workshops
Learn how to move all or part of your course(s) to Desire2Learn (D2L) and incorporate green practices into your teaching!
Beginning January 30th 2013 - May 15th 2013 - Wednesday Workshops
Wednesdays 12:30pm-1:30pm - D2L Training
These one-hour workshops will focus on specific features in D2L and incorporating green practices into your teaching.
This 60-minute workshop offers a guided tour with hands-on activities in the D2L online learning environment. We will demonstrate the most commonly used tools - assignment drop box, content uploading, basic grade book management, and discussion boards - and answer participants' questions about getting started with D2L.
*All sessions will take place in the new Library and Learning Resource Center Orientation Room 101
Instructional Support Services Drop-in hours
Beginning January 30th
Wednesdays 1:30pm-2:30pm in the Faculty Resource Center
Wednesdays 6:00pm-7:00pm in LLRC Office #134
Come and ask questions on any topic, practice on the computers, discuss Desire2Learn, eLumen, CurricUNET, and other software you may be using (or are interested in using).
*All sessions will take place in the new Library and Learning Resource Center
Come to an informal discussion on the eLumen software. Have your questions answered. Discuss Student Learning Outcomes with others involved in the process.
These sessions will take place on the 15th of every month from 10am-11am
Friday February 15th
Friday March 15th
*All discussions will take place in the new Library and Learning Resource Center Orientation Room 101
Interested in starting a Faculty Learning Community here on campus?
Come to our informal meeting where we can discuss the creation of a Learning Community.
What is a Learning Community?
A Learning Community is a cross-disciplinary group of faculty members who engage in an active, collaborative, program with a curriculum about enhancing teaching and learning.
· Create Connections with other instructors
· Discuss Pedagogical issues
· Foster multidisciplinary curricula
· Energize and empower yourself
Tuesday, February 5th 12:30-1:30 LLRC Room 101
Tuesday, March 19th 12:30-1:30 LLRC Room 101
Tuesday, April 9th 12:30-1:30 LLRC Room 101
Tuesday, May 7th 12:30-1:30 LLRC Room 101
The Distance Education Committee presents the "High-T" lunchtime workshop.
We would like to encourage all to attend, regardless of technology skills. So bring your lunch and appetite for technology to the workshop and join us.
*Held in the Faculty Resource Center in the new LLRC