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Friday, May 7th

Applying the Quality Matters™ Rubric (Self-Paced Workshop)

Date:
Friday, May 7th
Time:
12:00 pm

Learn about the Quality Matters™ Higher Education Rubric and how to use it to review an online course. This internationally recognized workshop includes hands-on activities designed to help you discover how to continuously improve an online course so that it meets research-based standards of high quality. This version of the workshop is offered as a…

Wednesday, May 12th

Applying the Quality Matters™ Rubric (Synchronous Workshop)

Date:
Wednesday, May 12th
Time:
9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Learn about the Quality Matters™ Higher Education Rubric and how to use it to review an online course. This internationally recognized workshop includes hands-on activities designed to help you discover how to continuously improve an online course so that it meets research-based standards of high quality. This one-day experience will be held via Zoom. Normally,…

Thursday, May 13th

Using Digital Humanities Tools in the Classroom – Part 1 (Introduction)

Date:
Thursday, May 13th

Digital humanities projects can be simple or complex and can be incorporated into the classroom using a variety of tools. Participants will learn how to plan and execute digital exhibits, digital mapping, and data visualization projects using tools that are relatively simple to teach and easy to incorporate into learning environments. The workshop will cover…

Making Course Materials More Affordable for Students

Date:
Thursday, May 13th

The ever-increasing cost of textbooks is making it more challenging for college students to afford necessary class resources, and the increase in virtual learning due to COVID has magnified the issue. While all students pursuing a college degree are affected by textbook costs, the impact is greater for some students than others. This workshop will…

Friday, May 14th

Reinvent Your Course for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Date:
Friday, May 14th
Time:
12:00 pm

Preparing students to live and work in our very complex world, one of the keys to the core value of Diversity and Inclusion in Educate - Connect - Elevate depends upon incorporating diverse content, curriculum, and perspectives in courses and being mindful of the diverse ways people communicate and learn. Faculty can foster cultural competence…

Thursday, May 20th

Using Digital Humanities Tools in the Classroom – Part 2 (Application)

Date:
Thursday, May 20th

Intended to build on skills developed in part one of Using Digital Humanities Tools in the Classroom, participants will extend their experience using digital exhibits, digital mapping, or data visualization platforms. Participants will focus on creating an action plan using one of these tools, while continuing to experiment with their chosen platform. Participants will be…

Tuesday, May 25th

Digital Humanities in the Classroom: Multimedia Publishing with Scalar

Date:
Tuesday, May 25th

Scalar is a free multimedia publishing website that allows authors to create and share digital scholarship online. Scalar makes it easy to integrate text and media, and includes easy to use features such as visualizations, mapping, and timelines. Scalar is a suitable platform for group projects for online classes, as well as a good entry…

Thursday, May 27th

Build Confidence in Creating Inclusive Course Materials

Date:
Thursday, May 27th

This workshop will provide participants with important and usable knowledge to help support students with disabilities in higher education. The presenters will provide step-by- step guidance through various ways to improve the curation and creation of digital course content. During the asynchronous component, participants will watch several short videos and browse short tutorials that share…

Friday, May 28th

Design Your Online Course

Date:
Friday, May 28th

The Design Your Online Course workshop provides a framework to design an online course. In this asynchronous workshop, we will explore a sample course site, draft a communication plan and one module of a course we plan to teach, and complete a Course Development Plan. This workshop is recommended for faculty and instructors who are…

Monday, May 31st

Learning and Refining from Pandemic Teaching: Finding the Goldilocks Zone

Date:
Monday, May 31st

The 2020-21 academic year forced us to change what we did in many of the courses we teach.  Some of these changes supported student learning and improved our course, but others were less successful for a large variety of reasons. We were forced to change our teaching, but now we have the opportunity to reflect,…