Recommended Attendees: Instructors who are new to using Zoom
This workshop covers the basic features in Zoom. Topics will include navigating the Zoom web dashboard, creating and recording meetings, as well as screen sharing, breakout rooms, and more.Read more about Hosting Your First Zoom Meeting on Feb 25th at 1:00pm
Recommended attendees: Instructors who are interested in teaching with video using Panopto
This workshop will cover the basic features for producing and sharing video using Panopto. Topics include: recording and uploading video, embedding in Canvas, and analyticsRead more about Creating and Sharing Video with Panopto on Feb 23rd at 1:00pm
Recommended attendees: Instructors who are new to using Pronto, and want better ways to connect and communicate with their students.
This workshop will showcase the many features of Pronto and how to access them. Learn how to use Pronto to connect with your students via chat and video, and how Pronto can help your students collaborate for group work.Read more about the Simplifying Communication and Group Work Using Pronto workshop on Feb 22nd at 1:00pm
Recommended attendees: Instructors who are new to teaching with H5P
This workshop will cover the basic features in H5P, including how to get started with creating interactive content using H5P, adding questions to video, and more.Read more about Building Interactive Content with H5P on Feb 18th at 1:00pm
Recommended attendees: Instructors who are interested in using Hypothes.is to digitally annotate course materials.
This workshop covers the basic features in Hypothes.is.Read more about the Digital Annotation with Hypothes.is workshop on Feb 17th at 1:00pm
Recommended attendees: Instructors who are using or are interested in using Turnitin for grading and originality detection
Turnitin is an online plagiarism detection tool, which screens student work against a digital database of publications, papers, and websites. In addition to plagiarism checking, Turnitin offers various grading tools for annotating and commenting on student work. Turnitin is available to use with Canvas assignments.Read more about the Grading and Originality Detection with TurnItIn workshop on Feb 15th at 1:00pm
Recommended attendees: Instructors who want to use video assignments in GoReact
This workshop will cover the basic features in GoReact. Topics include: Creating video assignments and providing feedback to students using GoReact.Read more about Video Assignments and Feedback using GoReact on Feb 11th at 11:00am
Recommended attendees: Instructors who have experience using Canvas
This workshop will focus on some of the core tools to assess student work using Canvas at CSUN. The topics will include creating assignments and discussions, submission types, feedback and grading in SpeedGrader, and providing student accommodation.Read more about Creating Discussions and Assignments in Canvas on Feb 10th at 11:00am