74 events at GW Libraries.
Focused on the advanced features of Echo 360, participants will learn how to edit echo recordings, conduct polling, review Q&A, transcripts and analytics.
This workshop uses an example of what not to do to think about how to design syllabi that promote student engagement and incorporate principles of inclusive teaching.
Participants will learn how to enable and manage group tools as well as viewing and grading group activities such as assignments.
Learn more about VoiceThread, a web-based application that allows users to share and have conversations around media.
This workshop explores grading models that can change the practices and anxiety around grading to make it more conducive to student growth.
Participants will watch click-by-click demonstrations and explore diverse ways faculty use Blackboard at GW.
We will cover easy ways to not only remediate your existing documents to be accessible, but how to also create better looking and more organized “born accessible” documents.
Learn how the digital accessibility tool, Blackboard Ally, can help ensure your digital course content meets GW accessibility guidelines and provides individuals with disabilities equal access.
This workshop uses several case studies and interactive activities to explore how to humanize course policies in ways appropriate for your individual teaching contexts.
Learn about creating assignments, submitting assignments as a student, and grading assignments.
This beginner-level workshop will introduce participants to programming by using Python to focus on the basic concepts that all programming languages build upon.