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- Lights, Camera, Action: A Course Video Bootcamp
- Copyright, Fair Use, Creative Commons and what it means to you!
- Creating and Managing Group Projects in an Online Environment
- Facilitating Online Discussion
- Web 2.0 Tools Based on Bloom's Digital Taxonomy
- Using Digital Media & Blackboard Mashup Options to Compliment Course Content
- Providing Electronic Feedback using a Variety of Techniques & Tools
- Creating Instructor Presence in the Online Classroom using Screencasting Software
- Embedding Library Resources into your Blackboard Courses
- Managing Student Assignments in the Online Environment
- Glue them to their Seats!
- Flip your Classroom!
- Putting YOU into your Bb course using Blackboard Collaborate Voice
- Have you tasted MERLOT lately? Learn about MERLOT, NMC (New Media Consortium), Edutopia, and the Educause 7 things you should know series
- Best Practices, Assessment Rubrics & Suggestions for using the Discussion Board with Your Courses
- Organizing Content for your Hybrid course & Jazzing up your Bb Site
- Using Online Discussion to Foster a Community of Inquiry
- What's Next? Refresh your Thinking for Online/Hybrid Course Development
- Introduction to Universal Design and Accessibility for Online Learning
Information Technology Training Workshops
- Introduction to Blackboard
- Getting Started with Blackboard's Rubric Tool
- Blackboard's Grade Center
- Getting Started with Blackboard Collaborate
- BB-IM (Blackboard Instant Messaging System) for Virtual Office Hours & Collaborative Groupwork
- Google @ GVSU
- Introduction to Macs
- PC Backup & Data Security
- Adobe Acrobat
- Manipulating Digital Images
- Introduction to Photoshop