What is a Virtual Workshop?
CNDLS staff will be offering a number of practical, tool and task-focused workshops, guiding participants step-by-step through the process for accomplishing various functionalities of a specific GU-supported digital tool. By the end of each workshop, participants will have practiced a handful of skills and created at least one tangible artifact within the digital tool. For a full listing of CNDLS events, please click here.
July 8 @ 12pm
In this interactive workshop, you will learn about a variety of polling tools that can be used to infuse engaging student activities into your courses. We will share an overview of Zoom Polling and Poll Everywhere, and their uses in both synchronous and asynchronous learning environments
July 10 @ 12pm
In this interactive workshop, you will learn about the collaborative annotation tool Hypothes.is. We will walk through the steps of creating a Hypothes.is assignment in Canvas, as well as how you and your students annotate the document. At the end of the workshop you will have created a collaborative annotation assignment in Canvas.
August 11 @ 10:30am
Join CNDLS for an introductory, hands-on workshop on creating and managing a Zoom session as the host or course instructor. We’ll walk through global Zoom settings, meeting creation both in and outside the Canvas environment, host controls during a session, breakout rooms, and communicating with participants.
August 12 @ 12pm
In this workshop, you will be introduced to the Georgetown Canvas Course Template, walk through the steps to install the template in your Canvas Sandbox, and set up your course’s front page.
August 14 @ 12pm
The current moment in our world, with all its tension, complication, and emotion, is a difficult one for many people. Many of us feel a strong desire to engage with our students about current events and with news that might be challenging or tragic, but are not always sure how to do so in a productive and supportive way. This interactive session will focus on effective tools and strategies for enabling and supporting such discussions in a remote learning environment, even when they may be difficult and we may be uncertain of how best to do so.
August 21 @ 12pm
Our Jesuit mission calls us to see, know, and serve our students as “whole people,” which offers us both an opportunity and a serious responsibility. The Georgetown campus safety net operates to support our students’ health, wellness, and safety, as these affect and connect with their ability to engage in their academics. There are many new challenges to connecting with and attending to our students’ well-being when we are not able to check-in in person and yet, it’s of even greater significance for supporting them and their learning. This session is an opportunity to learn about how our campus resource professionals are working to translate in-person practices to distance practices, what students are currently experiencing with this global health pandemic, and how we can all work together to activate the campus safety net for students during this time.
August 24 @ 11am
Join Barrinton Baynes, Multimedia Project Manager at the Gelardin New Media Center, for an overview of good practices when creating videos at home. Participants will learn how to improve video quality of recordings captured with their cell phones, tablets, or web cameras when using Zoom.
August 25 @ 10am
Join Barrinton Baynes, Multimedia Project Manager at the Gelardin New Media Center, for an overview of the video-editing software, iMovie. Participants will learn how to import, edit, and share video content with Mac’s user friendly editing application, iMovie. NOTE: Available on most Mac Computers. iMovie version 10 or higher will be required for this workshop.
August 25 @ 11:15am
Join Barrinton Baynes, Multimedia Project Manager at the Gelardin New Media Center, for an overview of the video-editing software, WeVideo. Participants will learn how to import, edit, and share video content with WeVideo editing software. NOTE: Participants must have access to a WeVideo to attend this workshop. Contact email@example.com to receive an account.
October 1 @ 12:00pm
Join CNDLS for the first session of our Fall Workshop Series, “Student Engagement in a Remote Class Setting”.
One of the biggest challenges that you face as faculty when teaching in a romate class setting is understanding your shift in role when it comes to student engagement: you are no longer the arbiter of engagement, but instead the facilitator. In other words, we have to design and plan much more purposefully to create conditions and opportunities for engagement. This webinar will discuss strategies to help you and your students have meaningful engagement with the course materials and each other.
October 5 @ 11:00am
There are no virtual workshops scheduled at this time. Please check back shortly!