Do you have video projects that you need help getting started on? Are you assigning video projects for your students this fall? Or, are you worried about the D2L upgrade? BITS is offering courses this summer that are tailored for your needs as educators. Course topics include Blugold Seminar Digital Assignment, D2L, Excel, and Qualtrics. Courses will be taking place May 21st through the end of July in OL 1100. There are numerous courses you can take, and all you have to do is register ahead!
You can register now on the BITS Workshop page.
Browse the offerings and view all courses to see the offerings for this summer!
Software Training Courses Include:
|Blugold Seminar Digital Assignment (iMovie, Windows Live Movie Maker, Multimedia PowerPoint, and Prezi)
||These courses provided an overview of each of the different software products that can be used for digital assignments. There are separate courses for each type of software. Faculty are encouraged to have their own material available so that they can learn about the product while working on their own projects. Attendees may be awarded CETL dollars for creating projects that have meaningful content for their courses. These projects can be started in the course and completed through one-on-one training sessions beyond the course.|
|D2L: Getting Acquainted with D2L Version 10 for Educators
||This course offers an overview of D2L version 10 which will look very different from the current version. The course will discuss navigation, the redesigned home pages, using and editing the revamped navigation bars, using the restyled menus in familiar tools, and new features (must-post-first feature in discussions, notifications, bulk publish of feedback in the dropbox, and more). Attendees must be current users of D2L.|
|Excel||There are three courses available for Excel: Basics, Intermediate, and Pivot Tables. Faculty are encouraged to have their own material available so that they can learn about the product while working on their own projects.|
|Qualtrics||There are two courses available in Qualtrics: Basics, and Tracking Survey Responses through Panels. Faculty are encouraged to have their own material available so that they can learn about the product while working on their own projects.|