UTC Learn Open Lab Hours for Faculty: November and December
Attend one of the following 'open lab' times for assistance with your end-of-semester UTC Learn questions. We will have 2 staff allotted to assist you with your "Grades" tool questions, to help with the end of the semester rush. We can also help you with the task of Export/Import, if you are getting your Spring course ready! If these times don't meet your needs, please contact us for an alternate consultation time.
ALL OPEN LAB TIMES will be held in our LIBRARY 341 space. No registration necessary.
Tuesday 11/4/14, 2-4pm
Thursday 11/6/14, 9-11am
Monday 11/10/14, 2-4pm
Wednesday 11/12/14, 9-11am
Tuesday 11/18/14, 10am-12pm
Friday 11/21/14, 1-3pm
Monday 11/24/14, 2-4pm
Tuesday 11/25/14, 9-11am
Monday 12/8/14, 2-4pm
Tuesday 12/9/14, 9-11am
Wednesday 12/10/14, 9-11am
Best Practice to Successful Teaching and Learning using Formative Assessments
Have you ever wondered why students are not comprehending material being covered in class. Researchers indicate that formative assessment helps students gauge how well they are doing, develop awareness of their knowledge and engages them in evaluating their own performance. Formative assessment helps both faculty and students measure how well they are doing. Formative assessment might be your solution to your class or online course.
10/24/14 - 10:00-11:00am, Library 341 - Register
Remind: The Quickest and Easiest Way to Text Students
Broadcast text and/or email messages to all of your students for free without using a phone.
10/28/14 - 11:00am-12:00pm, Heritage Room UC - Register
Blackboard's Mobile App
See what you can do and share with Blackboard Mobile Learn on your phone or tablet. This tiny app allows students to get updates about your UTC Learn course, using the technology that is already in their hands. Come learn more about how to get the app, what it can do, and how you can get your students started with it right away! Suitable for iPhone, iPad, and Android devices.
10/23/14 - 2:00-3:00pm, Ocoee Room UC - Register
Incorporating Video into Your Instruction: What you need to know
Digital video broadcasted through your computer is commonplace nowadays and will continue to grow in popularity in the near future. What you may not know is that digital video from webcams is a little different than broadcast TV. This seminar will explain some of the key differences in digital video compared to tv broadcast, how it works and some of the best practices for implementing digital video in your teaching or in personal conversation. You will also be sent back with a list of do’s and don’ts for video. If you have a laptop with a webcam you plan to use, you are welcome to bring it to the session.
10/28/14 - 2:00-3:00pm, Library 341 - Register
Improve How Students Learn: WCTL in collaboration with Center for Advisement and Student Success
How well are college students learning? How effectively are faculty teaching? Researchers have found that formative assessment practices could have substantial positive impact on how student learn.
10/28/14 - 1:00-2:00pm, Signal Mountain Room UC - Register
10/30/14 - 1:00-2:00pm, Signal Mountain Room UC - Register