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Faculty Technology Workshops

Introduction to the Learning Glass - June 23

Electronic Classroom (H-L Library basement) and VAC Room 20A, 06/23/2015 @ 9:30 AM (2.5 hrs.)

This workshop will introduce the Learning Glass (http://its.sdsu.edu/tech/learning_glass.html), which is a tool that can help by keeping you facing toward your audience and engaging them with highly visible information. Just record yourself as you talk directly to the audience and use highly visible markers to write on the glass screen directly in front of you. Post production work can be minimized and your lecture can be made available in your course in Blackboard for your students to use for review, or for pre-teaching concepts before class.


Maximum of 4 people per class

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Introduction to the Learning Glass - June 24

Electronic Classroom (H-L Library basement) and VAC Room 20A, 06/24/2015 @ 9:30 AM (2.5 hrs.)

This workshop will introduce the Learning Glass (http://its.sdsu.edu/tech/learning_glass.html), which is a tool that can help by keeping you facing toward your audience and engaging them with highly visible information. Just record yourself as you talk directly to the audience and use highly visible markers to write on the glass screen directly in front of you. Post production work can be minimized and your lecture can be made available in your course in Blackboard for your students to use for review, or for pre-teaching concepts before class.

Maximum of 4 people per class

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Introduction to the Learning Glass - June 25

Electronic Classroom (H-L Library basement) and VAC Room 20A, 06/25/2015 @ 9:30 AM (2.5 hrs.)

This workshop will introduce the Learning Glass (http://its.sdsu.edu/tech/learning_glass.html), which is a tool that can help by keeping you facing toward your audience and engaging them with highly visible information. Just record yourself as you talk directly to the audience and use highly visible markers to write on the glass screen directly in front of you. Post production work can be minimized and your lecture can be made available in your course in Blackboard for your students to use for review, or for pre-teaching concepts before class.

Maximum of 4 people per class

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Introduction to Video Project Planning - July 15

Digital Media Lab, Edwards Art Center, 07/15/2015 @ 10:00 AM (2.0 hrs.)

Are you considering assigning a video project in one of your courses? This workshop will discuss the necessary planning and preparation for a video project. Planning ahead is a key element to success for any video project. Learn about planning your resources, storage, editing and final delivery. Additionally, learn the basics of Final Cut Pro, other tools, and production workflow.

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Using Blackboard to Engage Your Students - August 12

Electronic Classroom (H-L Library basement), 08/12/2015 @ 10:00 AM (2.0 hrs.)

This workshop will introduce ways to use Blackboard to engage students inside and outside the classroom. Come and learn tips to add content to your course and utilize Blackboard's built-in interactive components, including private journals, blogs, and wikis; YouTube mashups; video webcams; and embedding content. Using Blackboard to share applicable course materials keeps your students in one place, focused on the content, and engaged in the course.

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Using Blackboard to Engage Your Students - August 5

Electronic Classroom (H-L Library basement), 08/05/2015 @ 10:00 AM (2.0 hrs.)

This workshop will introduce ways to use Blackboard to engage students inside and outside the classroom. Come and learn tips to add content to your course and utilize Blackboard's built-in interactive components, including private journals, blogs, and wikis; YouTube mashups; video webcams; and embedding content. Using Blackboard to share applicable course materials keeps your students in one place, focused on the content, and engaged in the course.

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Using Media Clips with Ensemble and Blackboard - August 11

Electronic Classroom (H-L Library basement), 08/11/2015 @ 9:30 AM (2.5 hrs.)

Would you like to make use of media clips in your courses? Do you have student produced video assets you would like to integrate into your Blackboard courses? Would you like to learn about embedding YouTube or Vimeo clips, or clips from the Library's databases into your courses in Blackboard?

This session will demonstrate workflows for acquiring media clips from various sources, manipulating them with a variety of software tools, and using Ensemble, the College's new video management system and Blackboard to publish them for viewing.

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Using Media Clips with Ensemble and Blackboard - August 18

Electronic Classroom (H-L Library basement), 08/18/2015 @ 9:30 AM (2.5 hrs.)

Would you like to make use of media clips in your courses? Do you have student produced video assets you would like to integrate into your Blackboard courses? Would you like to learn about embedding YouTube or Vimeo clips, or clips from the Library's databases into your courses in Blackboard?


This session will demonstrate workflows for acquiring media clips from various sources, manipulating them with a variety of software tools, and using Ensemble, the College's new video management system and Blackboard to publish them for viewing.

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WordPress: What is it? - August 19

Electronic Classroom (H-L Library basement), 08/19/2015 @ 10:00 AM (1.0 hrs.)

WordPress is used for a variety of campus projects - from courses, research, and labs to exhibitions, news delivery, and student organizations. Perhaps you would like to use it for one of the above, or have a new idea you would like to discuss? Join us at this workshop to learn more and for a discussion about what WordPress can do for you.

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WordPress: What is it? - August 26

Electronic Classroom (H-L Library basement), 08/26/2015 @ 10:00 AM (1.0 hrs.)

WordPress is used for a variety of campus projects - from courses, research, and labs to exhibitions, news delivery, and student organizations. Perhaps you would like to use it for one of the above, or have a new idea you would like to discuss? Join us at this workshop to learn more and for a discussion about what WordPress can do for you.

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