We are excited to announce that our Summer and Fall Faculty Development Calendars are available for you to review! Be sure to check out our special May Kaltura training, the rest of the Summer listings, and the Fall listings as well.
The summer months can be a time for unplugging from campus, refocusing your attention on research, or even teaching classes. Wherever you find yourself this summer, we hope that you join us for some of the exciting topics we have available for you.
We are excited to offer four sets of training options that are meant to work together to get you up to speed on Kaltura. Join these sessions to be introduced to Kaltura, how to create and edit videos with it, how easily it works within Canvas and much more!
Kaltura Basics I is an overview of Kaltura and how you can interact with it. It will introduce you to the difference between accessing Kaltura through Canvas and MediaSpace, the difference between My Media and Course Videos, adding an existing video to Kaltura, adding a collaborator (sharing a video), and embedding a video in Canvas. There are several days and times for this same training. Be sure to register for Basics II, Advanced I, and Advanced II to learn even more about Kaltura! Facilitated by David Bassett, Learning Technology Administrator. For questions about this training, please email either David at firstname.lastname@example.org or James Butler at email@example.com
Kaltura Basics II is a demonstration of using Kaltura to create videos. It will cover accessing the Kaltura recorder, creating a video using the recorder, basic video edits, accessing your created video, and adding machine-generated captioning. There are additional days and times for this same training. Be sure to register for Basics I, Advanced I & Advanced II to learn more about Kaltura! Facilitated by David Bassett, Learning Technology Administrator. For questions about this training, please email either David at firstname.lastname@example.org or James Butler at email@example.com
Basics I from 1:00 – 1:30p
Basics II from 2:oo – 2:30p
Basics I from 9:30 – 10:00a
Basics II from 10:30 – 11:00a
Kaltura Advanced I is dedicated to creating interactive quizzes in your Kaltura videos. After this training, you will be able to create a quiz in Kaltura, add a video quiz as an assignment in Canvas, access quiz results, and use the Kaltura dropbox to let students submit videos. There are additional days and times for these same training sessions. Be sure to register for Basics I, Basics II, and Advanced II to learn more about Kaltura! Facilitated by David Bassett, Learning Technology Administrator. For questions about this training, please email either David at firstname.lastname@example.org or James Butler at email@example.com
Advanced II focuses on quality pedagogy when using Kaltura. After this session, you will be able to implement best practices for using Kaltura and you will be able to explain how to use Kaltura to enhance your class. Facilitated by James Butler, Digital Learning Strategist. For questions about this training, please email either David at firstname.lastname@example.org or James Butler at email@example.com
Advanced I from 1:00 – 1:30p
Advanced II from 2:00 – 2:30p
Advanced I from 9:30 – 10:00a
Advanced II from 10:30 – 11:00a
Iced COFFEE – If you need a thorough training program to get you up-to-speed on using Canvas well, register for ICED COFFEE (May 16th – June 19th) for a directed learning experience by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org!
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Easy HTML tricks for Canvas pages
How to use Zoom Breakout Rooms
Getting started with accessibility
iClicker Cloud Basics
Grouping Course Assignments and Grade Weights
Securing your quizzes
We are especially excited to announce that we will return to live in-person training for all Workshops and Quick Hits! There will continue to be a virtual option for those who would prefer to view the training in Zoom. We will be announcing where these training sessions will be physically located as the Fall approaches.
Click the COFFEE logo to easily sign-up for either an instructor- directed or a self-directed COFFEE course where you can learn the basics of Canvas or Canvas-related topics such as accessibility checking and video use.
Click the logo to self-enroll in this Canvas site where you will have access to Canvas quick start guides for online teaching, online testing resources, and much more!
Check out the Clemson Online Faculty Resources page to peruse a host of additional faculty resources for online teaching and beyond.
Schedule a Consultation. Whether you would like guidance on how to use online learning tools or you would like guidance on best online teaching practices, you can meet with one of our expert staff who is ready to assist you when it fits your schedule.
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