A number of Blackboard workshops are being offered over the next few weeks, on topics ranging from “Getting Started in Blackboard” to sessions focusing on assignments, groups, mashups, and collaborative features.
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Session on Mobile Learning: Tablets, eReaders, and Smartphones
Tomorrow (Friday, November 19), join staff members from CNDLS and the Gelardin New Media Center for a workshop on Mobile Learning: Tablets, eReaders, and Smartphones.
Upcoming Training Sessions for Elluminate Live!
As the weather becomes colder, you may be reminded of last winter’s dramatic snowstorms. The Academic Continuity website collects resources and tips for dealing with disruptions to classroom routines, as well as examples from faculty who found creative ways to adapt to unexpected circumstances.
If you’ve been wanting to learn more about the synchronous communication tool Elluminate, you may want to attend one or more of these upcoming workshops.
Conversations on Teaching and Learning with Web 2.0 Technologies
This fall, in collaboration with the Gelardin New Media Center, we are pleased to present a series of informal conversations on Teaching and Learning with Web 2.0 Technologies.
Upcoming Blackboard Workshops
As we approach the beginning of the fall semester, CNDLS staff will present several workshops on Blackboard.
Workshop Today on GeoInfo / Google Earth
Join us for the last of our Web 2.0 Workshops today (Tuesday) at 11 a.m. in the Murray Room in Lauinger Library.
Preview of Upcoming Language Conference
Over spring break, CNDLS is hosting a biannual language teaching technology conference, a joint effort of the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast Associations for Language Learning Technology (MAALLT and SEALLT).
Tuesday, March 2: Workshop on Social Bookmarking
Please join us for a workshop on social bookmarking tomorrow at 11am in the Murray Room at Lauinger Library.
New Dates for Web 2.0 Workshops
Please note the following new dates for the Spring Web 2.0 workshops, which will be presented in collaboration with the Gelardin New Media Center.