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Seminars and Workshops

UTC Learn:  Jump Start

This workshop is designed to get you started using UTC Learn for your courses.  By the end of the class, participants will be able to create a welcome message to students using the announcement tool, upload the course syllabus, set up basic gradebook information, and adjust settings to make the course available to students. 

August 29: 1:00 – 2:00 pm; Hunter 401 - Register:


Making Rubrics Work for You 

Ever wish your students were motivated, would communicate more, and/or could produce higher quality work? Rubrics might be your answer. Best practices indicate that rubrics promote expectations and motivate students to produce work at a higher level while saving instructors time and frustrations.

Session 1: 9/10/14 -12:00-1:00pm, Signal Mountain Room, UC - Register

Session 2: 9/18/14 - 3:30-4:30pm, Heritage Mountain Room, UC - Register


Active Learning Strategies 

Experience best practices and engagement strategies in this workshop designed to assist you in creating learning environments in the classroom that harness the intelligence and eagerness of today’s students.

Session 1: 9/16/14 -3:30-4:30pm, Signal Mountain Room, UC - Register

Session 2:9/24/14 - 1:30-2:30pm, Ocoee Room, UC - Register


Experiential Learning, Critical Reflection and the Experiential Learning Designation 

The deadline for applications for designation of 2015 Spring Classes is October 1.  This seminar will provide examples of designated classes, discuss the central importance of critical reflection, and outline the process of designating an experiential learning section.  

Session: 9/11/14 - 11:00-12:00pm, Fortwood Room, UC - Register


Lecture Capture with MyMediasite 

MyMediasite is a lecture-capture technology that allows instructors to deliver multimedia course content for online or face-to-face classes with video, audio and content.  MyMediasite records lectures from your home or office computer and publishes them for on-demand viewing anytime. MyMediasite gives you the power to upload existing video to enable students to view it and manage your own content in one place.  

Session 1: 9/2/14 - 9:00-10:00pm, Hunter 401 - Register

Session 2: 9/18/14 - 3:30-4:30pm, Hunter 401 - Register

Session 3: 10/29/14 - 10:00-11:00am, Hunter 401 - Register


Lunch and Learn: Flipped Fridays in September

Thinking about flipping your class but concerned you might flip yourself? This three-part series will introduce you to the flipped model, provide a panel discussion of instructors who have successfully flipped their classes, and offer resources to assist you in your efforts.   This is a series of seminars, but anyone can attend feel free to attend one or all sessions.

Introduction: 9/12/14 - 11:30am-1:00pm, Heritage Room, UC - Register

Faculty Panel Discussion: 9/19/14 - 11:30am-1:00pm, Heritage Room, UC - Register

Ideas, Tips, Tricks, Best Practices: 9/26/14 - 11:30am-1:00pm, Heritage Room, UC - Register


Online Classes with Adobe Connect 

Adobe Connect is a software application designed for use with synchronous online classes that connects students and teachers in a virtual room.  This program allows the sharing of audio, video and content (PowerPoint, Desktop, or collaborative whiteboard) of up to 100 users in each room.  All you need to use Adobe Connect is a computer, webcam and an internet connection.  This seminar will cover basic uses of Adobe Connect, an introduction to all the tools and features, an overview of the 3 levels of users, and a chance to participate in an Adobe Connect room, using your computer or a mobile device.  Participants may wish to bring the computer or device that they plan on using Adobe Connect for, if possible. 

Session 1: 9/10/14 - 10:00-11:00am, Hunter 401 - Register

Session 2: 10/23/14 - 8:30am-9:30am, Hunter 401 - Register


Using Skype for Online Meetings and Discussions 

Skype is a software application that allows you to video chat with other Skype users all over the world using only your computer, a webcam and an internet connection.  This free program can be used for business meetings, interviews, or even student/instructor conferences.  The seminar will cover the basics of using Skype, expectations for using Skype, and some recommendations of best practices and equipment that can enable Skype to become a valuable tool.  Participants may wish to bring the computer that they will be using Skype for, if possible.  Other software options will be presented also.  

Session 1: 9/9/14 - 10:00-11:00am, Hunter 401 - Register

Session 2: 10/21/14 - 3:30-4:30pm, Hunter 401 - Register



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If you require accommodations for any of these seminars, please call 423-425-4188.