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In this beginner workshop, participants will become familiar with the full video editing workflow from beginning to end.
Focused on the advanced features of Echo 360, participants will learn how to edit echo recordings, conduct polling, review Q&A, transcripts and analytics.
We will strategize about implementing Inclusive techniques, addressing potential barriers, and adjusting for specific course contexts.
Participants will watch click-by-click demonstrations and explore diverse ways faculty use Blackboard at GW.
Join us for a look at different tools and methods for facilitating discussions in both face-to-face and online settings.
This workshop will discuss best practices for handling difficult conversations, whether spontaneous or planned.
This workshop will cover the basic features of TurningPoint, including creating questions, conducting polling, saving results, and exporting grades to Blackboard.
Participants will learn how to enable and manage group tools as well as viewing and grading group activities such as assignments.
Learn more about the key concepts of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and get started making basic maps using data.
This workshop will provide a general overview of digital accessibility issues for faculty, staff, and graduate students.
Join this workshop to get reacclimated to academics, learn about the role technology plays in learning, and more.
This workshop will cover easy ways to make your existing documents accessible, as well as how to also create better looking and more organized “born accessible” documents.
Come learn about Zotero, a free, easy-to-use tool to help you collect, organize, cite and share your research sources.
Learn the ins and outs of podcast planning and production.
Embedding the principles of peer education in classroom instruction can help students make the most of discussion, participation, and group and team work.