We offer workshops, both in person and online, on a variety of topics. We can also create custom workshops for departments or groups of faculty.
Synchronous (real-time, in-person)
Bb Learn & Supported Tools
Essential Computer Skills Self enroll.Workshop description
This self-paced workshop reviews computer skills for anyone teaching with technology, including computer basics, working online, and staying secure.
Teaching Online @ NAU (available in Bb Learn)Workshop description
This course is designed to help get you started teaching online for Northern Arizona University, and to serve as a refresher (and perhaps provide some new ideas) for those who have been teaching online for some time. It is divided into 5 modules, and you may choose to "test out" of any module by taking the pre-test for that module. Those who complete the entire course will receive a Certificate of Completion which will be required to teach online at NAU by Fall 2019. All instructors are enrolled in the course, as much of the information will be helpful to any instructor, but it will only be required of those teaching at least one online section.
Bb Learn for Instructors Self enroll.Workshop description
In this self-paced workshop faculty will learn how to design and create a course in Bb Learn or explore very specific tools and functionality.
Kaltura for Bb Learn Self enroll.Workshop description
Learn how to manage, share, upload, and record videos, audio, and video presentations in your course using Kaltura.
Managing Grades and Your Full Grade Center Self enroll.Workshop description
In this self-paced workshop faculty will have the opportunity to explore the Full Grade Center, its various modifications, and how it integrates with assessments. In addition, you will also learn some methods to help making tracking student achievement easier.
Quick Start for Bb Learn Self enroll.Workshop description
A quick, bare bones overview to help you get your course up and running in Blackboard Learn.
Academic Integrity @ NAU Self enroll.Workshop description
In this self-paced tutorial, students will check their understanding of what it means to plagiarize or cheat, often discovering they knew less about this subject than they thought.
Attention Matters™ Self enroll.Workshop description
This student-focused self-paced tutorial shows students the critical importance of giving full attention in class and to other daily activities, revealing students' misconceptions about their ability to multitask.
Backward Design Self enroll.Workshop description
This self-paced workshop equips faculty with a three-step process for effective, aligned, cohesive course design.
Collaborative Learning Using Technology Self enroll.Workshop description
Consider the ways in which group learning activities promote meaningful learning, how to structure group assignments for successful learning and engagement, and how to harness the power of technology to streamline and facilitate collaborative learning tasks and assignments.
Engaging Learning Design Self enroll.Workshop description
In this Engaging Learning Design course, we invite you to think of engagement by reflecting and applying what you know and what you will learn. This course will provide a glimpse of how three veteran NAU instructors have wrestled with their own challenges with engagement, and they will share strategies that have worked for their classes.
Implementing Self-Regulated Learning Using Technology Self enroll.Workshop description
Explore efficient, technology supported ways of helping your students regulate their own learning in this self-paced workshop.
Pedagogy and Practice in Blended Learning Design Self enroll.Workshop description
In this self-paced workshop, learn how to design a successful blended class to promote effective teaching and learning in this relatively unfamiliar modality.
Universal Learning Design (UDL) in My Course Self enroll.Workshop description
In this self-paced workshop, learn how to implement UDL framework as a design approach and address student variability.