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For many students it's all about the Overall Similarity Index (OSI), when in fact the Originality Report can be a valuable tool for improving their own work.
So you’ve heard about pre-recorded lectures. Now what? Join our Lecture Capture Specialist, Kaitlin Hodgdon, to get a walk-through on how to record your lectures using materials that are freely available to you at Cal Lutheran. Before you know it, you’ll be ready to churn out your lectures and post them online with just a few clicks! Please note that this time will allow for questions afterwards and one-on-one help during the workshop. Please use a laptop or computer that is equipped with a built-in webcam or a USB webcam.
In Blackboard, you can use quizzes/tests to measure knowledge, gauge progress, and gather information from students. This workshop focuses on creating tests and questions, choosing appropriate settings, and adding tests to course areas. Along the way, you will learn best practices for using tests as teaching tools and encouraging academic honesty.
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Zoom is a new and exciting tool available for web conferencing and facilitates real-time online communication and collaboration.
Looking to impress your students with some quality lectures? Now is the time! There are a variety of lecture recording tools out there, but Camtasia can help you record and edit like a pro. Join our online session to learn how this software works, how it can benefit you in recording, or how to use some of the tools to make your videos pop.
It’s no secret that there has been a push for ADA Compliance, with a particular focus on how to be compliant with videos, both in the classroom and online. Let’s start with a conversation about the importance for you, your students, and the university and end with your options. The best way to approach this is to be proactive! Start your summer out right by preparing yourself for the changes ahead.
You put a lot of effort and time into building your Blackboard course(s) each term. Fortunately, course content can be reused term-to-term!