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    Available workshops

    As you prepare to facilitate teaching and learning activities remotely you may wish to participate in our BigBlueBasics webinar, which familiarizes you with the basic functionalities. In this session, we will help you to maximize this educational conferencing tool as an online learning environment using breakout rooms for group work, and the collaborative whiteboard for brainstorming, and solving problems. BigBlueButton can be used to facilitate student presentations, play videos, and conduct formative and summative assessments. Use BBB to host Q&A periods, virtual office hours, export group notes and shared discussions.Prior to attending this session, please watch the BigBlueButton basics webinar: BigBlueButton Basics Webinar ​

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    Curious about your responsibilities for students with disabilities?Do you have students requiring academic accommodations?Have you received a letter showing accommodations that you don’t understand?Do you have concerns about accessibility matters such as test accommodations, audio recording issues, note taking or attendants?Unsure about how to have conversations about disabilities? We invite you to come have conversations about accommodations. Each conversation will be led by Seanna Takacs, accommodation expert in Accessibility Services and a member of the Teaching and Learning Commons team. No question is too big or too small; we hope to see you soon.

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    Have some of your students gone MIA? Are some students not participating in online forums? Getting too many emails with the same questions? Feeling disengaged from teaching online? Drop-in our weekly meetings (no need to commit you can join whenever you want) to discuss intercultural teaching strategies and reflect on real life scenarios raised in your courses. This is a hour long peer conversation facilitated by the TF for intercultural and international education Lesley and Lilach

    Every Thursday from 11AM - 12:00 PM

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    You want to use OER but don't know where to find them? KPU librarians can guide you through the process.

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    Open Pedagogy may be understood as an access-oriented commitment to learner-driven education and as a process of designing architectures and using tools for learning that enable students to shape the public knowledge commons of which they are a part. In practice, open pedagogy can involve creating, adapting, or updating open educational resources with students, building course policies, outcomes, assignments, rubrics, and schedules of work collaboratively with students, or facilitating student-created and student-controlled learning environments. This session will introduce principles of open pedagogy, showcase examples of innovative applications at KPU, and equip you with resources and mentorship to support further experimentation.

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    This is part one on how to use gradebook in Moodle. This workshop is for those who are using the gradebook for the very first time or those who have struggled with setting up the gradebook in Moodle. In this hour, we will demonstrate how to setup gradebook, including viewing permissions and exporting grades.

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    Learning to exploit Moodle’s sophisticated grading functions can save you time and mental resources during the assessment process. In this workshop, participants will be walked through how to design and implement marking rubrics in Moodle, and explore the ways in which Moodle allows instructors to provide feedback to students. The workshop will emphasize sustainable and efficient marking practices.

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    This 2 part webinar series will introduce you to our video platform, Kaltura and capture tool that allows you to make screencast or make video and audio recordings for your course. Media is an excellent way to build engagement and share content. In addition, the use of video facilitates learning preferences of a variety of students and supports Universal Design for Learning. In these sessions, you will learn to upload existing video content and how to share it in your Moodle course, you will learn to set up a video assignment, and make videos for content delivery and feedback

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    May 8: 2-3 PM

    May 15: 2-3 PM

    May 21: 10-11 AM 

    May 26: 9-10 AM

    June 10: 10-11 AM

    June 18: 1-2 PM

    June 22: 9-10 AM


    The Library subscribes to over 100 databases offering online access to ebooks, journal articles and streaming video. Find out how to incroporate them into your Moodle course.

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    In this workshop we provide a conceptual framework of how to address intercultural education when designing your course. We will also discuss tools and platforms that could support students' engagement, knowledge exchange, and community building.

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    This UDL Check-In and Development space is your place to try out your ideas, work together, and innovate. Whether you're ready to take little steps or big steps, have a sticky problem, or simply want to think about some new ideas, consider joining in. Our meetings are informal maker-spaces where we can create new ideas on universal design and report back our successes and questions. Think big or think little, the choice is yours.

    No registration required.

    May 20th 1-2 PM.
     June 3rd 1-2 PM.
    June 17th 1-2 PM.