Adapted from "Speakers" from Pixabay Centralia College eLearning and Library have collaborated to bring you Year Round Learning with monthly themes. Each month will have activities for you to engage with: blog posts, presentations, lunch time learning, and resources in Canvas - all around that month's theme. To kick things off for the month of … Continue reading Year Round Learning
We've concluded our first Tech Tools - a class offered to staff and faculty as a professional development opportunity. We had a wonderful group of people learning about tablets, iPads, Smartphones, the differences of devices, about Social media, and why it's important to know which company produced what operating system. Those who walked in technophobes … Continue reading Tech Tools
Canvas Conversations is an informal opportunity for faculty to get together for support and training. There are two ways to participate: 1. Meet in eLearning office Fridays at noon. 2. Join the Canvas classroom to look at and participate in conversations and helpful tutorials>>email Linda Foss at firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the class Topics … Continue reading Do You Know About Canvas Conversations?
Have You Seen or Heard People Talking About Flipped Classrooms and Wondered What They Were Talking About? According to Wikipedia, "Flip teaching is a form of blended learning in which students learn new content online by watching video lectures, usually at home, and what used to be homework is now done in class with … Continue reading Flipped, Backwards and Every Which Way – What’s all this talk about “flipped” classrooms and backwards design?
Please join your colleagues for a weekly "Canvas Conversation" facilitated by Linda Foss and Carrie Powell. Fridays, 12-1 in eLearning Office A chance for faculty to gather in a small group around a common interest and further their understanding and application of our LMS. Winter quarter topics: 1/17: Conferencing 1/31: Managing Student Access 2/7: Show & Tell, a Good … Continue reading Canvas Conversations – Upcoming Topics
Yup. It's there. Instructure offers a variety of free, publicly-available training courses. Anyone can take any of them. They're all here. Courses include: Canvas Instructor Orientation Canvas Student Orientation Getting Started with Canvas Canvas Admin Overview Canvas Support Overview Now before y'all go crazy, just a heads-up for Centralia College - currently, as I type … Continue reading Looking for Canvas Training RIGHT NOW?
The School of Open has launched! Take a free online course on copyright for educators, CC licenses, Wikipedia, open science, open culture, open video formats, and more at http://schoolofopen.org/. Enroll in this stand-alone course: Intro to Openness in Education Another free course is actually facilitated (signup now through 3/17 - class starts on … Continue reading Copyright for Educators (Free Online Course) – from the new School of Open
I’d like to encourage all faculty to attend the first Washington Canvas User’s Group Conference! March 28 & 29th Tacoma Community College http://wacug.wordpress.com/ There should be some fabulous sessions. Here are a few titles that interest me: Facilitating Groupwork through Canvas 10 Mistakes I Made So You Don’t Have To Canvas Analytics: Using Data to … Continue reading First Ever WA Canvas Users Conference!
We now have full online access on campus (No password needed) to the http://www.chronline.com/ (Daily Chronicle). If you want the PDF version, please contact the library at email@example.com for assistance. P.S. We do not have access outside of the campus. If you have any questions please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org Update 11-06-2012 The Daily Chronicle … Continue reading Chronline at Centralia College
Don't miss this comprehensive overview of how open textbooks and OER can improve teaching and learning. EVENT DETAILS 10am-1pm Pacific, November 1 Openly licensed educational content, commonly referred to as open educational resources (OER), offers educators with an unprecedented opportunity to re-examine the ways we teach and learn. OER and open textbooks have served as … Continue reading Online Workshop on OER, Nov. 1