Follow Up Friday
Follow Up Friday: from the archives, ICYMI, & upcoming events
From the Archives
A recurring topic and an area of frustration for many instructors is accessibility. Knowing the importance of accessible content in your course and being able to implement it are two different things. We recommend checking over this brief blog post on accessibility where you can also learn how to book a consultation with our Accessibility Coordinator, Michelle Tuten.
In Case You Missed It:
Kaltura Training Videos
Watch all four Kaltura training videos (Basics I, Basics II, Advanced I, and Advanced II) here.
- Advanced I topics include:
- Creating a video quiz in Kaltura.
- Adding a video quiz as an assignment in Canvas.
- Accessing quiz results.
- Using the Kaltura for students to submit video assignments.
- Advanced II topics include:
- Implementing best practices for using Kaltura.
- How to use Kaltura to enhance your class.
6/2 – Quick Hits: Zoom Features
- Zoom has proven to be a great tool for remote learning, but many of Zoom’s features go unnoticed. Zoom meetings have polling capabilities, breakout rooms, chatting, etc.
- Join us as we discuss Zoom features that you may want to incorporate into your online instruction.
- We will demonstrate these features and how to implement them in your Zoom settings.
- Facilitated by Clemson Online’s Learning Technology Specialist, Axel Ruiz.
- Register for Zoom Features: Thursday, June 2nd at 3:30p – 4:00p
6/16 – Quick Hits: Getting Started with Accessibility
- This Quick Hit is for faculty who are interested in beginning to make accessibility improvements to their courses.
- In 20 minutes, you will learn what accessibility means and how to start designing accessible content with the help of accessibility checkers.
- We will also briefly cover Canvas’ accessibility features, extending time on exams, and support options available at Clemson.
- Facilitated by Michelle Tuten, Accessibility Coordinator with Clemson Online, who brings eight years of digital accessibility experience. Pronouns: she/her/hers.
- Register for Getting Started with Accessibility: Thursday, June 16th at 3:30p – 4:00p
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