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    Fall Learning Series 2014 – Learn, Share, Explore


      Notice: We are still in the process of building the Fall 2014 Learning Series schedule.  New workshops will be sent out over the faculty and adjunct listsrvs and added to this webpage as they scheduled.  
     
     
    The CELT Learning Series is designed to offer a variety of workshops using the Learn, Share and Explore tracks.  Besides these scheduled workshops the members of CELT are available by appointment to help you with your individual needs. 


    The CELT Learning Series is composed of workshops that are defined by three tracks: Learn, Share and Explore.

    Learn

    Workshops on the Learn track are hands on workshops designed for participants to learn about subjects that currently have support structures in place by the university. These offerings will include informative workshops in the areas of technology, grants, instructional design, and student learning.

    Share

    Offerings in the share track will be presented by faculty or staff members wishing to share a teaching, advising, or organizational practice that they have found to be effective in their own work. If you are interested in delivering a workshop in the Share track then let us know about it.

    Explore

    The Explore track will be composed of workshops and discussion groups around subjects for which the university does not have complete support structures in place. The explore track is intended to be a forward looking track that allows an avenue for creative dialog about current trends in the world at large that will affect higher education teaching and learning.

    Workshop Schedule

    To sign-up for one of these workshops please email celt@capital.edu. Registrants will receive an email notification of their registration with room location. Communication prior to specific workshops, including preliminary information, room updates, and cancellations, will be via email to those that register. To view a listing of previous workshops visit our prior semester learning series page - some of these have recordings.


     

    Workshop Schedule
     Date, Time  Title, Instructor  Track  Description
    Tuesday, August 26th
    3-4PM

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    Tuesday, September 2nd
    10-11am
     Electronic Attendance
    Christopher Sauer - Information Technology
    Learn Did you know that Capital has an awesome electronic attendance tool that can make taking attendance a snap? Most rooms are even equipped with electronic readers so that students can just swipe their Cap ID as they come in to or leave class to be marked as present.  Of course you can manually tweak the record as needed.  You can also run reports that export out to excel of your entire attendance record.  In this short workshop our own Christopher Sauer, Web Developer in Information Technology who built this service, will tell you all about the ins and outs of this great tool.
    Friday, August 29th
    10am-12pm
    Intro to iLearn
    Autumm Caines - CELT Office
     Learn   This introductory workshop will cover the basics of Capital's Learning Management System, iLearn. This workshop will cover how to post documents, turn the course on, basic navigation, and more.  This workshop will also cover changes to iLearn over the Summer upgrade - so it is not just for beginners.
     Wednseday, October 15th
    10-11am
     
    Starting the Conversation: Diversity and Inclusion at Capital Today and Tomorrow
    Almar Walter - Director of Diversity and Inclusion -
    Capital University
     
     Explore
     
    Conversations around the many aspects of diversity and inclusion are an ongoing dialog. These can be complex issues and there are no clear-cut answers. Every day in our classrooms and office environments, questions arise around the diverse culture in which we live in. CELT is partnering with the Office of Diversity and Inclusion to begin the conversation. In this 1hr open conversation, we would like to hear from you regarding the issues surrounding diversity and inclusion that interest you, as well as the topics you would like to explore further. Based on these conversations we will build future programming targeted at the identified needs. We are excited about creating this space for the ongoing exchange of ideas related to understanding, defining, and embracing diversity.
    Wednesday, October 22nd 
    8:30am - 4pm
    Applying the Quality Matters Rubric 
    Joni Tornwall, MEd - RN Manager of Instructional Services 
    The Ohio State University College of Nursing
    Learn This workshop will explore the Quality Matters Project and Processes and will prepare you to be part of an initiative that positively impacts the design of online/blended courses and ultimately, student learning and success.

    This workshop is limited to 15 internal attendees and 15 external attendees.
    Monday, October 27th
    10-11am
    Discussing the Higher Education NMC Horizon Report
    Autumm Caines - CELT Office
    Explore If you have never heard of the NMC Horizon Report this session is a great introduction.  The report is a collaborative effort between the NMC (New Media Consortium) and the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI), an EDUCAUSE Program. This eleventh edition describes annual findings from the NMC Horizon Project, an ongoing research project designed to identify and describe emerging technologies likely to have an impact on learning, teaching, and creative inquiry in education. Six key trends, six significant challenges, and six emerging technologies are identified across three adoption horizons over the next one to five years, giving campus leaders and practitioners a valuable guide for strategic technology planning. The format of the report is new this year, providing these leaders with more in-depth insight into how the trends and challenges are accelerating and impeding the adoption of educational technology, along with their implications for policy, leadership and practice. 

    You can download the report for free at 
    http://www.nmc.org/publications/2014-horizon-report-higher-ed 
    Thursday, November 6th
    1-2pm
    Stopping Plagiarism at the Source: Why Assignments Matter
    Turnitin Webinar with Barry Gilmore and Jason Chu
    iLearn integration demo with Autumm Caines - CELT Office
    Learn Half of this workshop will be a 30 minute webcast from Turnitin followed by a 30 minute demo of how Turnitin integrates into iLearn by Autumm Caines.  More info on the webcast can be found here http://go.turnitin.com/stopping-plagiarism-at-source

    Every teacher dreads it—the plagiarized paper, the confrontation with a student, the demise of trust and learning. As schools move toward an online future, educators are understandably concerned about increases in plagiarism. Yet while the problem is real, there are solutions beyond forcing teachers into the role of police. In this presentation, we will reconsider our assignments with the goal of discovering how we can stop plagiarism before it happens. We’ll also touch on the role of school and classroom culture, and teacher attitudes and preparation.
    Tuesday, November 18th
    12:30-1:30pm
    Basic iLearn Grades
    Autumm Caines - CELT Office
    Learn This workshop will cover basics of the iLearn grade book.  We will cover grade book navigation, creating items vs. categories, aggregation methods, entering grades, viewing grades as a student, and answer your questions about iLearn grades.
    Wednesday, November 19th
    4-5pm
    Second Annual Advising Forum
    Dr. Kathleen Shea Smith 
    Learn The Academic Success Office, CELT, and the Faculty Development Committee are co-sponsoring a professional development opportunity with Dr. Kathleen Shea Smith, the Director of Advising First at Florida State University and representative of the National Academic Advising Association (NACADA). Dr. Smith will conduct a hands-on workshop for faculty.