– Online (via WebEx)
VIC & Video Content: Tuesday, June 14, 2:00 – 3:00 pm
This hour-long workshop will introduce you to integrating video content into your Moodle courses using Northwestern’s VIC (Video Integrated Content). This video library holds all of your videos in one easy-to-use place. We will then cover how to share videos between users, as well as integrating them in to your courses. If you want to enrich your classes with exciting and engaging videos, this workshop is for you!
WebEx Basics & Scheduling: Thursday, June 16, 2:00 – 3:00 pm
We have combined the basics of WebEx with the scheduling of WebEx sessions into one training. Learn the basics of participating in a WebEx session and what it takes to host training of your own. We will then go over how to schedule a training sessions and accessing the reports generated by WebEx.
Moodle to the Max: Wednesday, June 22, 10:00-11:30 am
This workshop will demonstrate how to create quizzes using the new features within Moodle 2.5. Want to take your online class to the next level? Join us as we provide tips and tricks that will enhance your Moodle experience. Go beyond the basics of what you know about Moodle. From reporting to media enhancements to specific tools to manage your class efficiently, this course is all about the options that will make you a better online instructor.
WebEx Personal Room: Wednesday, June 22, 2:00 – 3:00 pm
Your WebEx Personal Room is a valuable tool for engaging with online students. In this workshop we will cover how to open and run your personal room both as a one-on-one meeting option as well as an open office for online classes. We will also be highlighting some new and unique features of the room that are different from the standard training sessions.
All available courses offered via WebEx are listed at nsula.webex.com. Click on the ‘Upcoming’ tab to view courses, then click ‘Register’ next to the one you would like to attend. After completing registration, you will receive an email confirmation from WebEx.
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