Learn more about what you can do to improve your recorded lectures with Lightboard and techniques. Check out our recorded training and our Upcoming Events.
Monday, we promoted our video services and provided an overview of what this great team can do for you, which you can review here. Today, we want to highlight a post from the archives about micro-lectures and Lightboards. Micro-lectures are lectures that tend to be less than 8-minutes in length and are meant to convey key information as succinctly as possible. You could think of micro-lectures as being about the deep impact on key topics as opposed to a broad survey lecture. Make your micro-lecture more dynamic, by scheduling a Lightboard recording session where you can record your lecture while utilizing a whiteboard without losing the ability to face your audience. Read the archived post to learn more about these topics!
Now that Kaltura is here, learn about best practices for incorporating it into Canvas to enhance your teaching. This session is intended for instructors using both Canvas and Kaltura to teach courses at any level. Note: this workshop is about best practices and not about demonstrating how to use Kaltura. Facilitated by James Butler, Digital Learning Strategist.
Learn how to use Canvas SpeedGrader to view and grade student submissions. SpeedGrader allows instructors to leave feedback, use rubrics to assign points, and much more. The session will include a walkthrough demo about SpeedGrader and its many functions. Facilitated by Axel Ruiz, Learning Technology Specialist. A Zoom link will be emailed to registered participants, 48 hours prior to the day of the event. Contact James Butler with any questions about this session.
This workshop will provide an overview of the benefits of using Canvas in any teaching modality. Learn how to create assignments and quizzes, and how to upload instructional content to your Canvas site. Your learners will have access to everything they need to be successful in one place. This workshop is open to all instructors, whether you have taught online before or not. Join us virtually through Zoom. Facilitated by Lori Kinley, PhD, Associate Director of Clemson Online. A Zoom link will be emailed to registered participants, 48 hours prior to the day of the event. Contact James Butler with any questions about this session.
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