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Our training sessions are focused on providing JCU staff and faculty with the skills and knowledge to better serve our students, conduct business in the community, and improve IT knowledge.

Our Services

  • Instructor-Led Workshops: Technology training or information sessions for personal and professional development.
  • Instructional Design/Course Development: Collaborate with the Center for Digital Media team to design and develop engaging course content using emerging technologies.
  • Online Learning Resources: Live, instructor-led or pre-recorded online technology training for independent and/or remote learners.
  • Request Individual & Team Custom Training: Technology training sessions structured around individual or group learning objectives.
  • Provide Training: Share your subject matter expertise by providing training to the John Carroll community.

Select the session below to register:

You will learn how to navigate the site, find support documentation, upload and organize course or organization site content, publish your course, set up assignments and grade book, communicate with students via announcements and emails, add students and TAs and customize your course site.

Space is limited to the first 20 registrations! Register here => https://forms.gle/MHDD9k2oxQ5xd9h39

Audience: Faculty & Staff

Workshop Level: Beginner

Date: February 12th, 2019 at 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Place: SB118 Boler College of Business

 

Join us as we explore the new user-friendly interface with drag & drop functionality. Participants will build a new site while incorporating the following elements:

* Creating & organizing new pages
* Choosing themes (color schemes, font styles, etc)
* Embedding Google Drive folders & files
* Adding images, videos, and urls
* Customization and basic web design principles
* Setting permissions
* Publishing

Space is limited to the first 20 registrations! Register here => https://forms.gle/Jr49ELZY3DZEAgsC8

Audience: Faculty & Staff

Workshop Level: Intermediate

Date: February 14th, 2020 at 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Place: SB118 Boler College of Business

Instructors: Chetan Kapoor

 

This workshop will help familiarize instructors (and others who support instruction) with the Content Pages and Modules tools in Canvas and how they can best be used to support your instructional goals. After attending this workshop, participants will be able to do the following:

* Create a Module shell for each instructional unit you teach in a semester
* Add assignments and quizzes to the Modules you created
* View student progress for Modules
* Create a content page and add it to a module
* Link to other Canvas pages in a course
* Add an External URL to a module
* Add an item from your Google Drive to a Content Page by hyperlinking the “Shareable Link”
* Add requirements to a Module
* Add prerequisites to Modules
* Use Discussions in Modules
* Add an External Tool to a Module
* Embed an item from your Google Drive on a Content Page
* Use Direct Share to copy single items from one course to another, and to share a single item of content with other users
* Add a Scheduler appointment group in a course calendar
* Add a non-graded Canvas activity to the course calendar

Space is limited to the first 20 registrations! Register here => https://forms.gle/rUFYREurDkL8qyb8A

Audience: Faculty & Staff 

Workshop Level: Intermediate

Date: February 19th, 2019 at 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Place: SB118 Boler College of Business

Instructors: Jay Tarby

For all other inquiries regarding this workshop, please email training@jcu.edu or call 216-397-1719.

Objectives: Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to:

* From the Canvas Calendar, create an assignment and select Collect On Paper
* Add an assignment, collect online- File Upload, Media Recording, etc.
* Add an assignment, collect online with Turnitin enabled
* Differentiate due dates for each section
* Open the SpeedGrader through an Assignment, add scores
* Start a Discussion
* Add assignments to Modules
* Add assignment with a Rubric
* Add assignment, require Peer Review
* Use a Rubric in SpeedGrader to grade assignment
* Leave video or audio comments on student submissions
* Add a Rubric to a Discussion
* Use the SpeedGrader to grade a Discussion
* Create assignments for individual students or groups of students within a course (Differentiated Assignments)

Space is limited to the first 20 registrations! Register here => https://forms.gle/PRoWpf71aMkDWTjY7

Audience: Faculty & Staff 

Workshop Level: Intermediate

Date: February 27th, 2019 at 12:30 pm - 1:20 pm

Place: SB118 Boler College of Business

Instructors: Jay Tarby

For all other inquiries regarding this workshop, please email training@jcu.edu or call 216-397-1719.