How to Share Lectures on your Laptop or Mobile Device
Visit South 225 on Friday, March 13 between 1:00pm - 3:00pm to learn how to share synchronous and asynchronous lectures with your laptop or mobile device. Bring your device!
Spring 2020 Academic Continuity Workshops
Workshops are held in South 338 (note new location), and participants are encouraged to bring their own laptop or mobile device. There will also be an opportunity to participate remotely in some sessions. Sign up here: https://forms.gle/Bb34GAeQE9ed8tXZ6
Monday, March 16 (in person) & Tuesday, March 17 (in person & remote)
1:00pm - 4:00pm
Workshop content based on https://www.geneseo.edu/cit/academic-continuity-during-prolonged-closure The same content will be presented both days. If you plan to attend Tuesday's workshops remotely, please enroll in this Canvas course https://canvas.geneseo.edu/enroll/KHJAND to participate via Blackboard Collaborate.
Moving in-class Activities Online (1:00pm - 2:00pm)
- Open discussion between faculty and Instructional Designers
- Pre-emergency planning tips
- Communicating with your class
Sharing Course Content with Students (2:00pm - 3:00pm)
- Lectures (synchronous and/or asynchronous)
- Adding materials to Canvas
- Video options for discussion
Collaborating with Students and Collecting Assignments Digitally (3:00pm - 4:00pm)
- Discussion Boards
- Google Hangouts Meet
- Canvas Chat (if time)
CIT is available to tailor a training class for faculty in your department who want to learn together! Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a personalized workshop.
Please contact Laurie Fox if you have any questions or suggestions for future workshops.
LinkedIn Learning: Self-Paced Online Training
Geneseo students, faculty and staff have FREE access to the entire LinkedIn Learning training library (over 7,500 courses, and more are added every week) through Geneseo's site license. For more information, visit this wiki page.