The Academic Technology Team in Information Technology Services will host a semester-long lecture series covering their most popular services. Each meeting will include an overview of the service, with time for questions at the end.
Registration required; participants will receive a list of courses they have taken by email at the end of the series in mid-December as proof of professional development.
All meetings will be recorded and made available online. Registration information for each session can be found below or here.
One-click studio and light board
- September 7, 10am-11am: United Nations University There are two one-click studios available for students and teachers.The light panel is in OBS Learning Commons at Dinsdale. You’ll see how these studios work and how to use them in your courses. Register gentlemen.
Zoom Safe Options
- September 13, 10am-11am: This training will take a closer look at Zoom’s security options. Zoom has added options this year to make them more accessible. Register gentlemen.
Akindi – Bubble Sheet Inspection Tool in Canvas
- September 20th, 10am-11am: Akindi is the new bubble wrap scanning alternative for paper tests and quizzes. Akindi integrates with Canvas, allowing you to print your own test sheets, distribute them, and scan them with multifunction scanners and printers. You then upload the data file into the system, get immediate results, and write grades directly into the Canvas gradebook. Learn how to get the most out of Akindi in this informative session. Register gentlemen.
5 Biggest Problems We See in Canvas
- September 26, 10am-11am: Canvas is a dynamic learning environment. But have you thought about some of the challenges that users face? We’ll discuss the top 5 problems we’ve seen from Canvas users and give you some tips on how to fix them faster. Register gentlemen.
How to use the exam sharing space
- October 5, 9-10 am: The theme of this session is Exam Commons, which is organized by its Academic Technology. Register gentlemen.
- October 10, 2-3pm: This session will introduce the new video platform and outline features to get you started creating your own academic videos. Register gentlemen.
affordable textbooks, open reactor and inclusive access
- October 26, noon to 1 p.m.: You may have heard open reactor, but what the hell is going on here? In this session, we will explain what it is and how it can help students and teachers.You will find available resources at United Nations University Help you learn more about open reactor. Register Gentlemen.
All about responding
- Nov. 2, 9-10am: This session will show you how to use the Respondus LockDown Browser and Monitor in your courses. Register gentlemen.
Course Assessments and Surveys – Instructor Dashboard
- Tuesday, November 8, 10-11am: Course Assessment and Survey (Consumer Electronics Show— formerly EvaluationKIT) is our on-campus course evaluation software. In this course, you will learn about all the things you can do in an instructor role. From monitoring the response rate tracker, to creating and attaching survey questions, to viewing and creating reports, and more, this demo will prepare you for the upcoming semester’s course evaluation deployment season. Register gentlemen.
- Thursday, November 17, 10:30-11:30 am: In this training, we will learn some advanced YuJa features, including integrating quizzes with Canvas, and connecting between YuJa’s internal gradebook and Canvas gradebook the difference. Register gentlemen.
LTIs – what you need to know
- Monday, November 28, 10-11 am: What is LTI? Transfer to learn what LTIYes, how do they work and how to get approved for new technologies United Nations University. Register Gentlemen.
Canvas Best Practices for Course Design – Thinking for Spring
- Thursday, December. 8pm, 2pm-3pm: This session will demonstrate the advantages of using specific Canvas features to help organize course content, build ease of navigation, and hopefully alleviate common questions and confusion for students about assignment details and deadlines in your mailings box. Register gentlemen.