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Past Workshops


May 2020

Making Online Teaching and Learning Succeed: The How To Webinar Series


May 21, 2020

How to Create Lecturing Videos via Kaltura Capture

Facilitators: Dr. Lu Ding and Mark Johnson
Location:  Online

In this webinar, Lu and Mark presented best practices for creating videos, how to engage your students in your videos, how to create videos through Kaltura Capture, and how to embed videos in D2L.


May 21, 2020

How to Create Instructional Videos Question and Answer Session

Facilitator: Dr. Tom Grissom
Location:  Online

In this webinar, Tom provided an opportunity for faculty to ask questions regarding how to use PowerPoint 365 to record a PowerPoint slideshow and/or screencast video for instructional purposes.  


May 19, 2020

How to Grade Student Work

Facilitator: Jeff Cranstoun
Location:  Online

In this webinar, Jeff presented how to set up grade items in D2L, how to grade and provide feedback in D2L, and how to set up a grade book in D2L.


May 18, 2020

How to Create Summative and Formative Assessments in D2L

Facilitators: Julie Lockett and Dr. Lu Ding
Location:  Online

In this webinar, Julie and Lu presented information and examples of summative and formative assessments.  A demonstration of D2L Quizzes was provided.


May 18, 2020

How to Ensure Student Academic Integrity

Facilitators: Dr. Lu Ding and Mark Johnson
Location:  Online

In this webinar, Lu and Mark discussed academic integrity in online classes and demonstrated TurnitIn, Respondus LockDown Browser, and Respondus Monitor.


May 15, 2020

How to Conduct Group Activities in Online Courses

Facilitator: Julie Lockett
Location:  Online

In this webinar, Julie presented best practices fro the design of synchronous vs. asynchronous group activities. Synchronous group activities in Collaborate Ultra and Asynchronous group activities in D2L were demonstrated.


May 15, 2020

How to Promote and Maintain Student Engagement in Online Courses

Facilitator: Dr. Lu Ding
Location:  Online

In this webinar, Lu talked about six strategies of promoting and maintaining student engagement in online courses. The six strategies focuse on three interactions: student-material, student-instructor, and student-student, as well as gamificaiton approaches. 


May 14, 2020

How to Communicate Asynchronously with Your Students in D2L

Facilitators: Dr. Lu Ding and Jeff Cranstoun
Location:  Online

In this webinar, Lu and Jeff talked about teaching presence and how to show students your social presence as an instructor in your online course before the course start, during the first week, and beyond the first week. Along with the best practices, we also showed a demo of how to set up News Widget, Activity Feed, and Intelligent Agent tools in D2L Brightspace.


May 14, 2020

How to Communicate with Microsoft Teams at EIU

Facilitator: Dr. Tom Grissom
Location:  Online

In this webinar, Tom Introduced the features and capabilities available to every faculty, staff, and student at EIU for communication and collaboration purposes using Microsoft Teams. Participants learned more about how asynchronous text-based conversations and synchronous audio/video calls can help them stay in touch with colleagues and students during these challenging remote learning times.


May 13, 2020

How to Conduct Asynchronous Online Discussions

Facilitator: Dr. Lu Ding and Jeff Cranstoun
Location:  Online

In this webinar, Lu and Jeff talked about best practices for how to provide efficient feedback for online discussions as an instructor, how to design effective online discussion prompts and some innovative ways of using online discussions in online courses. Along with the best practices, we also showed a demo of how to create online discussions in D2L Brightspace, the different views of online discussions in D2L, and how to grade student posts, etc.


Pre-session, 2020

How to Design Your Online Courses

Facilitator: Dr. Lu Ding
Location:  Online

In this pre-session, a 12-minute video, Lu talked about the main important factors of designing a high quality online course. She further introduced how to use backward design to ensure a good online course design and how to use three different types of modulariation approaches to organize learning materials in D2L Brightspace. 

For those who are interested in learning more about this topic, below are the recorded session and the presentation slides.

 

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Contact Information

Dr. Newton Key, Director, FDIC

1116 Booth
217-581-7056
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nekey@eiu.edu

Julie Lockett, Director of Learning Innovation

1105 Booth
217-581-8449
Schedule a meeting
jalockett@eiu.edu

Faculty Development and Innovation Center

1105 Booth
217-581-7051
Schedule a meeting
fdic@eiu.edu

Dr. Lu Ding, Instructional Designer

1009 Booth
217-581-3716
Schedule a meeting
lding@eiu.edu


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