There are a number of workshops being offered this fall for faculty and staff. To see when the following workshops are offered click here. The workshops will cover the following topics.  

QR Codes: What Are They and How Can You Use Them? (in cooperation with Murphy Library)

QR codes are everywhere, but you may not have paid much attention to them. They are two-dimensional bar codes, those funny, square symbols on products, advertising, billboards, in magazines, etc. When scanned with the camera on your smartphone or tablet, they direct you to more information such as a website or a link to a video. In this interactive workshop, learn about QR codes and explore ways you might use them in your teaching and learning.

Getting the Most from Google Search

Google has a number of powerful searching tools and we will explore some of them in this workshop designed to give you the power-searching edge.

Microsoft Excel Formulas

Learn how to create, edit and search for ways to make your use of Excel formulas easier. A wide range of formulas will be shown including nested ones. If there is a specific formula you want to make sure is covered, let us know when you sign up.

Using i>clickers in the Classroom: Models and Best Practices (sponsored by i>clicker)
Presentation by Dr. Matt Evans from UW-Eau Claire

Please join us for a fun, interactive pedagogical workshop with i>clickers. Initially developed to electronically collect student feedback in large, lecture-hall classes, i>clickers are also well-suited for small, intimate group settings. In this session, Dr. Matt Evans from UW-Eau Claire will share his experiences and best practices in incorporating i>clickers in the classroom. This session will provide a forum for faculty to share information and exchange ideas about promoting active learning through the use of clickers. Ample time will be provided for discussion and building cross-discipline connections. Come ready with your questions and ideas!

About Dr. Matt Evans:

Professor Matt Evans has been at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire in the Physics & Astronomy department since 1999. He started using clickers in 2004, testing a wide variety of systems and approaches, plus melding the techniques of Peer Instruction with Just in Time Teaching.

iPad: Beyond the Basics

So you have had your iPad for a while and have a grasp of the basics, but now you want to learn more. This session will cover more advanced iPad topics that will take you to the next level. Make sure to bring your fully charged iPad with you to this interactive session.

ePortfolios with D2L & MyD2L

Learn how to use D2L ePortfolios in your course, as an assignment or as an assessment tool for your program. Also learn about the new service, MyDesire2Learn, which allows students to keep their ePortfolios past graduation.

Online SEI Reports

The department online SEIs are complete and you need to start compiling the results. Come and find out how easy it is to create the reports in this hands-on class. This workshop is only open to Academic Chairs and Academic Department Associates.