Faculty workshops on Courseworks, Mediathread, Edblogs, Wikispaces, and more begin next week (8/24)!
Start this Fall semester off right with a faculty workshop at the Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning (CCNMTL)!
Attend a faculty workshop to learn how to manage course websites, use tools for collaboration and group assignments, improve presentations, produce video lectures, and create innovative, multimedia-based assignments. CCNMTL’s educational technologists will help you explore tools such as Mediathread, Edblogs, CourseWorks, Wikispaces and more.
NEW THIS YEAR:
Engaging students with Audience Response Systems
This workshop explores how to use the TurningPoint Audience Response system to gather real-time feedback and engage students in the classroom. This workshop is recommended for professors who would like to pilot the TurningPoint Audience Response System and use it in upcoming courses.
Supporting Group Collaboration Online
The goals of this workshop are to enable participants to appreciate why group work and collaborative learning are important and to select and implement appropriate online tools to support collaboration and group work.
Creating Effective Educational Video
In this workshop learn how to create media that is purposefully informed by research, theory and best practices. We’ll explore how to harness the power of video to engage students by using capture, editing and authoring platforms.
Teaching with Google Apps
In this workshop we’ll discuss how you can use Google Applications to empower your students to work and communicate collaboratively and deliver them a better technical learning experience.
Sign up today!
See CCNMTL’s events page for all upcoming workshops, or request a custom workshop for your department.