Workshop will help participants become comfortable with the key concepts of GIS and have them download and install QGIS and make some basic maps of data.
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Learn Python and foundations of programming in this multi-day, non-credit, interactive mini-course.
Participants will explore the creation and management of student blogs and private journals as well as group wikis in Blackboard.
This workshop will cover how to manage the grade center and calculate grades.
Learn an easy and effective way of creating content for your social media presence using Adobe Spark.
Build a more inclusive learning environment and improve the student experience by using Blackboard Ally to alert you to inaccessible content, provide alternative formats of some content for students, and provide detailed insight and guidance on how to improve the accessibility of your content.
Learn the secrets to developing stylish and accessible documents using the layout design tool of Adobe InDesign.
Join us for a panel discussion featuring first hand accounts about the quality and equitability of open course materials from five faculty who are using them, including GW’s Professor Dennis Schell (Psychology). Following a brief introduction to open textbooks, faculty attendees will have the opportunity to earn a $200 stipend by posting a review of an open textbook.
Participants will have the opportunity to learn about creating assignments, submitting assignments as a student, and grading them.
NVivo helps qualitative researchers to organize, analyze and find insights in unstructured or qualitative data like interviews, open-ended survey responses, journal articles, social media and web content, where deep levels of analysis on small or large volumes of data are required.
Do you want to get started in game or interactive experience design, but don't know where to start? This workshop will demystify the Unity game engine and discuss the basic elements of the Unity production workflow.
Respondus Lockdown Browser & Monitor is an online proctoring tool that can be used in conjunction with a Blackboard test to lock down the testing environment.
In this workshop, participants will learn how to create a Blackboard Test and set it up for students, how to view and grade test results, and how to create and use question Pools.
Join us to learn about setting up and using groups in Blackboard.
Join the NCLC for this discussion with three female historians at GW who will discuss how studying history has changed for women over the course of their careers.