Recorded Workshops

ILP Training Workshops: ILP hosts training workshops regularly throughout the semester. We have provided links to these sessions below, so that you can view them at your own pace and pleasure. (Select the title of the session to view the recording)

Canvas:

  • Canvas – Getting Started :  Are you a new faculty member on campus OR a faculty member who could use a Canvas refresher ? If so, “Canvas-Getting Started,” will give you a great overview of the Canvas system, the learning management system on campus. This session will cover the basics of Canvas, giving you an overview of the system, and the tools that are available.
  • Canvas – Materials : This session focuses on how to build a course in Canvas. Specific tools covered include: Modules, Files, Syllabus, & MediaCore.
  • Canvas – Assessment : This session focuses on how to create and manage assessments within Canvas. Specific tools covered include: Assignments, Rubrics, Peer Review, Grades, SpeedGrader, & Attendance
  • Canvas – Communication : This session covers how to use the Canvas tools to effectively communicate with students. Specific tools covered include: Conversations (inbox/email), Announcements, Discussions, & Chat.
  • Canvas – Collaboration : This session covers how to use the Canvas tools to have meaningful collaborations between students and teachers AND between students and students. Specific tools covered include: Conferences, Collaborations, Groups, Pages.
  • Canvas – Quizzes: This session will provide an overview of how to create, manage, and grade quizzes within Canvas. In addition, we will briefly go over all of the options for creating quizzes (publisher packs, Respondus, Quizzes tool in Canvas), and discuss how each one will work with Canvas.
  • Canvas – ePortfolios : This session will provide an overview of ePortfolio tool in Canvas. In addition, users will learn of different methods for using ePortfolio in the classroom.
  • Canvas – Mobile: This session will focus on how to use the free Canvas apps (Canvas, Polls, & SpedGrader), & the Panopto (Lecture Capture) app, effectively in the classsroom.

Other Instructional Technologies:

  • Panopto (Lecture Capture) : This session will provide an overview of the new lecture capture system, Panopto. Panopto allows users to easily capture/record lectures and share them with students within Canvas.
  • Qualtrics: This session provides an in-depth look at Qualtrics, our survey creation tool on campus. Maryville University has a campus wide licence for Qualtrics, which means that all faculty  staff, and students can have an account. Topics during this recorded session include: “How to set up an account,” “How to create survey questions,” How to customize a survey,” How to distribute a survey,” and “How to analyze survey results.”
  • VoiceThread: This session gives a complete overview of VoiceThread. Topics during this recorded session include: “What is VoiceThread,” “How to log into VoiceThread,” “Uploading content,” “Commenting,” “Sharing a VoiceThread,” “Managing your VoiceThreads,” and “Navigating withing a VoiceThread.”

Tech Associate Presentations: Each year ILP selects a handful of faculty to serve as “Tech Associates.” A Tech Associate helps ILP by piloting new technologies, relating technology news back to their departments, and leading a few workshops on how they are using technology in the classroom.  Below is a list of Tech Associate Presentations. (Select the title of the session to view the recording)

  • Motivating & Engaging Students Through Gamification: This session, Presented by Karen Fletcher (School of Business), discusses how she is actively using “Gamification” in her University Seminar course. Karen uses badges, leaderboards, and other game principals to help engage and motivate her students. Download the “Gamfication” presentation. (Session presented on 8/12/2013).

 

STLIDT Webinar Series: This series is a collaborative effort by several area Higher Education institutions. All sessions highlight tips/tricks for integrating technology into the classroom. (Select the title of the session to view the recording)

  • Snow Day Solution: This session discusses how to transition your class online in the event of a “snow storm.” In addition, several online tools are discussed that will be helpful for replacing activities done in the “physical” classroom. Presented on 12/7/2011 by Amy Peach (Fontbonne University) and Sam Harris (Maryville University). Download the “Snow Day Handout.”
  • Google Apps and the Classroom: This session discusses how to incorporate Google Apps in the classroom. In addtion, Google Documents and Google Sites are explored in great detail. Presented on 1/31/2012 by Keeta Holmes (University Missouri-St.Louis) and Sam Harris (Maryville University). Download the “Google Apps“ presentation.
  • Staying Productive & Organized: This session discusses tips & tricks for staying organized in your Microsoft Outlook Inbox. In addition, an overview of internet sites and smartphone apps that are designed to keep the user productive and organized is given. Presented on 4/10/2012 by George Kriss (McKendree University) and Sam Harris (Maryville University). Download the “Staying Productive & Organized” presentation.
  • Universal Design & Web Accessibility: This session defines  ”Universal Design” and accompanying principals, identifies expert recommendations for making online learning environments accessible, summarizes national & local initiatives for improving universal design, shares how respective institutions in the St. Louis are are handling this issue, and identifies relevant resources related to online accessibility. Presented on 6/6/2012 by Michaella Hammond (St. Louis University) and Ame Mead-Roach (Fontbonne University). Download the “Universal Design and Web Accessibility” presentation.
  • Encouraging Academic HonestyThis session discusses tactics that instructors and instructional designers can take within an LMS to “encourage academic honesty.” This includes, but is not limited to: setting up restrictions on quizzes, creating random question blocks, checking for plagiarism, and rephrasing questions to assess higher level learning. Presented on 4/23/2013 by Dr. Amy Peach (Fontbonne University) and Sam Harris (Maryville University). Download the “Encouraging Academic Honesty” presentation and “Resource Guide.”