Workshops to support teaching and learning online
Join us for virtual workshops that will introduce you to our supported learning technologies and learning design principles.
Find uniquely tailored support to help you adapt your course for the online environment and prepare you for teaching online. Our workshops are especially for instructors and staff in the Faculty of Education.
View our Events Calendar or see our full listings, below.
Every 2nd and 4th Monday, starting September 25 | 12pm - 1pm
Whether you have burning questions about Generative AI or wish to explore specific tools, come and join us. In addition to addressing your inquiries, we will also provide updates and showcase popular Generative AI tools. Together we will deepen our understanding of the technology's potential, its impact on teaching and learning, and emerging practices.
This series is primarily for faculty members.
Tuesday, October 10 | 10:00am - 11:00am
This session will cover an overview of the Canvas Learning Management System, moving content into a Canvas Course, setting up the homepage, syllabus, assignments and modules, and a review of external tools Zoom and LOCR.Location: Online Facilitators: Eduardo Rebagliati and Kristofer Mah
Note: This workshop is offered for TEO faculty members only. If you are interested in workshops like this for your unit, contact LDDI at email@example.com
In this session we will explore ComPAIR, a peer review tool that adds comparing to the process of students reviewing one another’s work. We will the platform's components, overall functionality, and unique affordances for teaching and learning.Location: Online Facilitators: Eduardo Rebagliati, Kristofer Mah, and Maryam Danaei Ababin
Note: This workshop is offered for ELI Faculty members only. If you are interested in workshops like this for your unit, contact LDDI at firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, October 18 | 12pm - 1pm
Join us in exploring and discussing Turnitin, a plagiarism-checking tool with more functionality that you might expect. Learn about how it works, how you can use it in the classroom, and discuss educative approaches to using Turnitin with students.
This workshop covers:
• overview of Turnitin
• affordances and issues
• demonstration of Turnitin’s different functions
• suggested approaches for implementation
Location: Online Facilitators: Gabrielle Coombs and Kristofer Mah
Tuesday, October 24 | 12:00pm - 1:30pm
This Articulate Rise 360 workshop for faculty and staff provides a comprehensive introduction to Rise 360’s responsive and engaging features, from building a course structure and populating it with content to adding interactive activities and assessment questions.Location: Online Facilitators: Jamilee Baroud, Kalisa Young, and Eduardo Rebagliati
Note: This workshop is offered for The Edith Lando Virtual Learning Centre staff only. If you are interested in workshops like this for your unit, contact LDDI at email@example.com
November 7 and 8 | 12:00pm - 3:00pm
The Technology Enhanced Classroom (TEC) Expo was created as an annual event designed to showcase and celebrate interesting and innovative uses of technology in face-to-face, blended, and online classrooms within the Faculty of Education. TEC Expo is open to all members of the UBC community, across disciplines and University locations.Location: In Person / Online
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