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Apr 252015
 

Moodle for Facilitators!
For online course facilitators who seek to effectively with Moodle this training serves as an e-learning refresher and guided lab session highlighting resources offered through a customized pathway in the ATS Online Moodle Training program. Training sessions, dates, and rooms are subject to change based on enrollment and circumstance.
VIEW and SIGN UP online for the accurate and up-to-date calendar:
http://www.immaculata.edu/ots/facultystaff-information/training/ – http://bit.ly/1d3cQ64

Apr 242015
 

A trend for redefining student achievement have many looking to an ‘Open Badge’ concept @edudemic http://www.edudemic.com/open-badges-in-education/

Apr 212015
 

Join the next Moodle Best Practice session: “Choosing the Right Activity”. View the training schedule and RSVP via http://bit.ly/1d3cQ64

Description: This training will explore the learning activities of Moodle that enhance class engagement through collaboration and communication among students and the instructor. As a group, we will actively participate in Moodle to help differentiate between activities with similar teaching potential, but vary by purpose and functionality. Identifying the right tool to match your learning or administrative objectives are crucial to the success of your course on or offline.

Apr 202015
 

If you don’t make your course visible, your students can’t see it!! See our FAQ on activating your course! – http://ats.immaculata.edu/faq/faq/index.php?action=artikel&cat=33&id=244

Apr 182015
 

Moodle for Course Developers!
For online course developers who seek greater command over the LMS toolkit, this training provides a Moodle refresher and guided lab session highlighting resources offered through a customized pathway in the ATS Online Moodle Training program. Training sessions, dates, and rooms are subject to change based on enrollment and circumstance.
VIEW and SIGN UP online for the accurate and up-to-date calendar:
http://www.immaculata.edu/ots/facultystaff-information/training/ – http://bit.ly/1d3cQ64

Apr 172015
 

This article and infographic of ’15 Tips’ will change how/ why you communicate next with your students online @edudemic http://www.edudemic.com/encouraging-better-online-student-faculty-contact/

Apr 162015
 

Join the next Moodle Best Practice session: “Choosing the Right Activity”. View the training schedule and RSVP via http://bit.ly/1d3cQ64

Description: This training will explore the learning activities of Moodle that enhance class engagement through collaboration and communication among students and the instructor. As a group, we will actively participate in Moodle to help differentiate between activities with similar teaching potential, but vary by purpose and functionality. Identifying the right tool to match your learning or administrative objectives are crucial to the success of your course on or offline.

Apr 152015
 

A computer is not a desk drawer, so you should always lock up your campus workstation before you leave it unattended.
Lock up by pressing ALT-CTRL-DEL then ‘Log Off’.

Apr 142015
 

Join the next ATS Workshop: “A Pedagogy Toolbox”. View the training schedule and RSVP via http://bit.ly/1d3cQ64

Description: The knowledge of our past may inform our future. By revisiting the core principles of teaching and learning we can understand how Moodle and other e-learning tools on campus aim to deliver on the promise of education. In this two hour session, we will analyze classroom technologies and e-learning tools by defining appropriate use and purpose derived from the education philosophies and desired learning outcomes at play.

Apr 132015
 

You can send a message to all your students in Moodle. Check out the FAQ to find out how! – http://ats.immaculata.edu/faq/faq/index.php?action=artikel&cat=33&id=191

Apr 112015
 

Moodle for Instructors!
For face-to-face, hybrid and/or online instructors this course is designed to provide a refresher to Moodle through a guided lab session highlighting resources offered through a customized pathway in the ATS Online Moodle Training program. Training sessions, dates, and rooms are subject to change based on enrollment and circumstance.
VIEW and SIGN UP online for the accurate and up-to-date calendar:
http://www.immaculata.edu/ots/facultystaff-information/training/ – http://bit.ly/1d3cQ64

Apr 102015
 

Purposeful grading can enhance student performance without increasing student anxiety, learn more @facultyfocus http://www.facultyfocus.com/articles/teaching-professor-blog/four-key-questions-grading/#sthash.x4gIS8lf.dpuf

Apr 092015
 

Join the next MS Office Special Topics session: “Impress your Audience”. View the training schedule and RSVP via http://bit.ly/1d3cQ64

Description: Impress your audience with fun transitional effects in your next PowerPoint presentation. This one-hour session will review how to add transitions, hyperlinks and action buttons to your presentations.

Apr 082015
 

Overwhelmed by email? Apply rules in Outlook to automatically sort emails to folders by sender, subject, etc.
Read more on :  http://blogs.office.com/2012/04/23/quick-rule-creation-in-outlook-2010/

Apr 072015
 

Join the next ATS Workshop: “A Pedagogy Toolbox”. View the training schedule and RSVP via http://bit.ly/1d3cQ64

Description: The knowledge of our past may inform our future. By revisiting the core principles of teaching and learning we can understand how Moodle and other e-learning tools on campus aim to deliver on the promise of education. In this two hour session, we will analyze classroom technologies and e-learning tools by defining appropriate use and purpose derived from the education philosophies and desired learning outcomes at play.

Apr 062015
 

Check out our FAQ about course reporting to find out how to use the tools in Moodle to see what your students are doing and when! – http://ats.immaculata.edu/faq/faq/index.php?action=artikel&cat=33&id=160

Apr 042015
 

Moodle for Facilitators!
For online course facilitators who seek to effectively with Moodle this training serves as an e-learning refresher and guided lab session highlighting resources offered through a customized pathway in the ATS Online Moodle Training program. Training sessions, dates, and rooms are subject to change based on enrollment and circumstance.
VIEW and SIGN UP online for the accurate and up-to-date calendar:
http://www.immaculata.edu/ots/facultystaff-information/training/ – http://bit.ly/1d3cQ64

Apr 032015
 

Tactics to foster participation, read ‘Creating Effective Responses to Student Discussion Postings’ @facultyfocus http://www.facultyfocus.com/articles/asynchronous-learning-and-trends/creating-effective-responses-to-student-discussion-postings/#sthash.Rm4I6TXX.dpuf

Apr 022015
 

Join the next Moodle Best Practice session: “Just the Right Assessment”. View the training schedule and RSVP via http://bit.ly/1d3cQ64

Description: Are you using the right assessment? This training will define formative and summative assessments while accessing the tools to help faculty analyze their instruction and gather feedback on the growth of students in their course. During this session we will also identify how activities in Moodle can provide alternative resources for cognitive, performance and portfolio-based assessments.

Apr 012015
 

Remember to backup personal and shared drive files through the year. Don’t risk losing data to circumstances out of your control http://www.gcflearnfree.org/techsavvy/4

Mar 312015
 

Join the next ATS Workshop: “A Pedagogy Toolbox”. View the training schedule and RSVP via http://bit.ly/1d3cQ64

Description: The knowledge of our past may inform our future. By revisiting the core principles of teaching and learning we can understand how Moodle and other e-learning tools on campus aim to deliver on the promise of education. In this two hour session, we will analyze classroom technologies and e-learning tools by defining appropriate use and purpose derived from the education philosophies and desired learning outcomes at play.

Mar 302015
 

If you don’t make your course visible, your students can’t see it!! See our FAQ on activating your course! – http://bit.ly/1qp9Rx0

Mar 282015
 

Moodle for Course Developers!
For online course developers who seek greater command over the LMS toolkit, this training provides a Moodle refresher and guided lab session highlighting resources offered through a customized pathway in the ATS Online Moodle Training program. Training sessions, dates, and rooms are subject to change based on enrollment and circumstance.
VIEW and SIGN UP online for the accurate and up-to-date calendar:
http://www.immaculata.edu/ots/facultystaff-information/training/ – http://bit.ly/1d3cQ64

Mar 272015
 

For all of us using discussion forums in Moodle here’s a pledge for more originality from our students @facultyfocus http://www.facultyfocus.com/articles/asynchronous-learning-and-trends/why-demand-originality-from-students-in-online-discussion-forums/#sthash.hzEm9Hmu.dpuf

Mar 262015
 

Join the next MS Office Special Topics session: “Impress your Audience”. View the training schedule and RSVP via http://bit.ly/1d3cQ64

Description: Impress your audience with fun transitional effects in your next PowerPoint presentation. This one-hour session will review how to add transitions, hyperlinks and action buttons to your presentations.

Mar 252015
 

Build your research techniques, search literacy skills, and challenge your students w/ a free online game by Google… http://www.agoogleaday.com/#game=started

Mar 242015
 

Mark your calendar on April 9, Moodle Best Practice session: “Just the Right Assessment”. View the schedule & RSVP via http://bit.ly/1d3cQ64

Description: Are you using the right assessment? This training will define formative and summative assessment while accessing the tools to help faculty analyze their instruction and gather feedback on the growth of students in their course. During this session we will also identify how activities in Moodle can provide alternative resources for cognitive, performance and portfolio-based assessments.

Mar 232015
 

Build websites for and with your students. Learn to edit web content, share and publish using web tools in Moodle
http://ats.immaculata.edu/faq/faq/index.php?action=artikel&cat=10&id=359

Mar 212015
 

Moodle for Instructors!
For face-to-face, hybrid and/or online instructors this course is designed to provide a refresher to Moodle through a guided lab session highlighting resources offered through a customized pathway in the ATS Online Moodle Training program. Training sessions, dates, and rooms are subject to change based on enrollment and circumstance.
VIEW and SIGN UP online for the accurate and up-to-date calendar:
http://www.immaculata.edu/ots/facultystaff-information/training/ – http://bit.ly/1d3cQ64