CITL Week of Teaching Monday Minute Video

The new academic year brings the third annual CITL Week of Teaching. We have a variety of development and networking opportunities available Aug 19-22, 2019.

CITL is excited to start off the 2019-2020 academic year with the third annual CITL Week of Teaching. We have a variety of development and networking opportunities available during the week of Aug 19-22, 2019. All events will be at the Nelson Poynter Memorial Library.
Register for each event using the links below.
Photographers will be available for Faculty Photos on Mon and Weds from 3-5 pm
Attend workshops Weds and Thurs for Giveaways and Chance to Win Prizes!!
UPCOMING EVENTS
Open Labs
Visit OLITS during any of the dates and times listed below for drop-in support from an Instructional Designer. Whether you need help recording a video, submitting first-day attendance, or setting up an assignment in Canvas, we are here to help.
Can’t get to campus? Use the virtual attendance link below to join any of these sessions via web meeting.
No registration required.
Attend Virtually: Canvas Open Labs
August 21 9am-12pm
August 22 9am-12pm
August 23 1pm-4pm
August 27 9am-12pm
August 28 1pm-4pm
August 29 9am-12pm
August 30 9am-12pm
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Monday Minute: Canvas Link Checker

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This Monday Minute video shows you how to check your links in Canvas courses to make sure they are all working properly.

 

OLITS YouTube page with Monday Minute videos

Full schedule of upcoming workshops

OLITS Teaching and Learning Blog

Visit our website to see the latest events and workshops on our training calendar.

 

MM: eGrades Submission in Canvas Fall 2019

In today’s Monday Minute video, we will show you how to use the eGrades Submission tool in Canvas to submit midterm or final course grades.

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OLITS YouTube page with Monday Minute videos

Visit our website to see the latest events and workshops on our training calendar.

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David Brodosi
Online Learning and Instructional Technology Services
University Of South Florida St. Petersburg
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Atomic Learning: Online Technology Tutorials for Students & Faculty

As we get further into the semester, students may find themselves in need of training on certain software programs to be able to complete major course activities and assignments such as creating presentations with Prezi or analyzing data using SPSS. When it comes to facilitating that participation and grading assignments, faculty may want a refresher on those programs or how to use certain feedback features in Canvas.

Through the USF system subscription to Atomic Learning, all members of the USF St. Petersburg community have unlimited access to online tutorials for commonly used web and software applications. These online training resources teach you “how do I do that” through a library of thousands of short, easy-to-understand tutorial movies.  Topics include Microsoft programs, Adobe programs, Apple programs, Canvas, mobile apps, and much more.

To access this resource, log into Atomic Learning using your USF NetID and password.

Once logged into the Atomic Learning site, you will be able to browse or search for specific programs.

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After finding the program you wish to learn more about, click on the Series Title to view the available tutorials.

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Then click on the title of the tutorial to load the video and learn more about the topic.

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For more help with getting started, view this text getting started guide (PDF) or video orientation.

If you have trouble with accessing this resource, contact the USF System Help Desk at 813-974-1222 or help@usf.edu.

If you have any questions about how to best use this resource for you or integrate it within a course, contact Online Learning and Instructional Technology Services at 727-873-4409.

 

 

Distance Learning Studio Tour

Located in the Nelson Poynter Memorial Library, the Distance Learning studio is a fully functional classroom with the capability of audio and video recording. It has the ability to not only record your lectures, but record your PowerPoint, documents, and whatever else you show to your class. Every semester we have at least one faculty member who holds class within the studio and records their lectures to use in the future.

Below is a video that we put together with the hope of showcasing some of the technology that is available to faculty members and others who wish to use our studio.

I would also like to mention and thank Robert Vessenmeyer and Timi Hager for helping put this video together.

If you have any more questions about the DL studio, feel free to contact one of us here in Distance Learning and we would be happy to help. I am also available to emcee all dinner parties, award shows, and revolutions you might be having in the future.

This Week’s Distance Learning Professional Development Schedule (Jan 29th, 2014) ….

Compfight, add visual inspiration to your online courses – Tuesday, January 28, 2pm-3pm, POY 234.
Collaborate, web conferencing in Canvas – Thursday, January 30, 12pm-1pm, POY 234.

We hope you will join us!

Distance Learning Professional Development Spring Catalog: PDSpringCatalogv2

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