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Teaching Excellence Seminar Series on the Building Blocks of Teaching Excellence Develop and Document Your Teaching Skills Summary: Quality learning begins with quality teaching. Many university professors enter the classroom with little to no practice or training in the skills needed to successfully deliver information in the classroom, particularly those in the sciences. This seminar[…]
Printable Beginning of Semester Checklist for your Canvas Course Welcome back! Here are a few things to check as you set your courses up in Canvas for the semester. The Canvas Community is a great resource if you have questions about using Canvas. You’ll also find answers to many questions on the CIL website. As[…]
Description: This session will allow faculty from across campus to meet with one another under the umbrella of Interprofessional Collaboration. Over lunch, you’ll have the opportunity to learn about, from and with each other to begin collaborating across professional silos. The session will be participant-led and will require you come with a mindset of wanting[…]
Why Use Poll Everywhere? Poll Everywhere is an audience response technology based on web and cell phone networks, which means that your students or audience can provide feedback regardless of the device they are holding. They can respond by SMS text message, from the web on their phones or laptops, or via Twitter. Polling application that[…]
Zoom Training Workshop This workshop will be offered on two dates: June 27th 12:00-1:00 pm – LIB 400 August 24th 12:00-1:00 pm – LIB 400 Zoom is a widely used videoconferencing and recording tool that offers full Canvas integration. You can use it to meet with an online class, give or record a video presentation[…]
Back to Zoom homepage On this page, you can examine the various features and functionalities Zoom provides. This page will show you in detail how to use each of Zoom’s most important features.
Back to Zoom homepage The purpose of this page is to share some ideas and best practices for using Zoom in your online classroom to enhance learning. Our goal is to give you a sense of how and why others have used Zoom to enhance their classes so that you might get some ideas of[…]
Back to Zoom homepage The purpose of this page is to share some ideas for how you might use Zoom outside of learning environments to collaborate with colleagues, coworkers, and even others outside of the organization. Our goal is to give you a sense of how to use Zoom to make some common tasks that[…]
How can you determine if you can legally use copyrighted images, documents or videos in your course materials? You may be familiar with the concept of Fair use, which sets the rules for academic use of copyrighted information. The Teach Act also applies to educational use. Here are some decision trees and checklists that will help[…]
Back to Zoom homepage Audio If you’re having audio problems with your Zoom meeting, please select your issue below to troubleshoot: Audio Echo in a Meeting How Do I Join or Test My Computer Audio? My Audio is not working on Android My Audio is not working on iOS Where are my Audio Settings for[…]
Zoom is a convenient and easy to use software tool for group or one-to-one video conferencing. Zoom has become one of the premiere tools for synchronous video sessions of online classes and for teleconferencing in general. If you have a webcam and an Internet connection, you likely already have everything you need to use Zoom[…]
Back to Zoom homepage This page covers the basics of getting started with Zoom. It’s a good idea to check out the items on this page prior to trying out Zoom for the first time. Request a Zoom account here.
CanvasLive is sponsoring a series of live-streamed panel discussions focused on shared best practice for medical education using Canvas. These panels feature participants from schools across the US. See the details below. Register and join us on the following dates and times in LIB 410. Feel free to bring your lunch on June 7 and[…]
Fill out this form to request access to Zoom for your Canvas class or other university related activity.
Panopto is replacing Kaltura as the video platform for UNTHSC. CIL consultations and training available now. Users will no longer be able to upload anymore content to Kaltura after May 12. Kaltura content will be migrated to Panopto starting May 12. Kaltura video playback will remain operational in Canvas until December 31, 2017. All current[…]
UNTHSC Faculty Earn Certificate in Teaching Excellence from the Center for Innovative Learning Teaching Excellence Seminar Series The Center for Innovative Learning and School of Public Health partnered on a 12-session seminar series over the course of two full semesters in 2016-2017. A group of 25 dedicated faculty members from across campus attended participative sessions[…]
Demonstrate “extraordinary teamwork” by sharing your input on what Dr. Williams’ vision of “one university” means to you. Fill out the survey here: https://unthsc.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_a4uAFlHd4dZ6rzv and earn a chance to win.
Image from https://www.panopto.com/panopto-for-education/ The Center for Innovative Learning continues our Panopto training on June 20 in LIB-400 from 12 to 1:30. Now that you know how to use Panopto to record and display video in your Canvas course, learn more about the Panopto editing tools. In this workshop, you will learn to: Add slides to[…]
Design Thinking for Learning Design What’s the difference between a learning experience that’s effective versus one that gets forgotten? We introduce a technique for prototyping technology-enhanced learning using a framework of design-oriented pedagogy that leads to learning that sticks with the learner. This process encourages co-design, participatory learning and technology redefinition to create a rich[…]
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