Professional Development

Courses and Workshops

ANGEL—Creating Rubrics

Evaluating all submissions against the same set of criteria can be done in a simple three-step process. Once created, the instructor can point and click within the cell that corresponds to the student’s level of achievement. The rubric calculates the score based on the point value of the assignment, and if needed, the instructor can override any point value.

ANGEL—Entering Assessment Questions

This session will specifically address how to enter your assessment question into the LOR Question Bank Manager. We will walk through the steps involved in completing this process.

ANGEL Essentials Training

Focus on utilizing ANGEL as a resource for your face-to-face course. We will walk step-by-step on how to post your syllabus, multiple ways to communicate with students, and how to post your grades. Every class is to have these essential components.

ANGEL Gradebook

Learn about the gradebook settings and functionalities in ANGEL. We will walk through important settings and how to interact with them. This will also cover how students see the grades you have provided.

ANGEL—Preparing for Next Semester

A new semester is approaching, now what do you do to prepare your course? It doesn’t matter if you have been through the transition many times or if this is your first time. This session will show you the best way for you to transition your ANGEL materials from one semester to the next.

Creating Accessible Content

Accessibility means developing content for a variety of users. The information is provided in a format that does not rely on a single sense or ability. This session will provide a few tips on “what to fix” to make accessible content for students. These tips are most applicable to online content but are also relevant for face-to-face content.

Going Google Workshop

Google Apps gives you and your students online access anytime and anywhere to content and collaboration. This workshop will show you how to implement sharing, collaborating, researching, and analyzing into your course using Google Apps.

Online Testing Tips

When you are preparing an exam in ANGEL there are test development factors that you can implement that will help to reduce testing issues and test lockups for you and your students. This session will provide examples of best practices and engage ideas from participants and answer questions.

Panopto Getting Started

Panopto is a user-friendly and flexible video capture and streaming solution that empowers instructors and students to enhance learning through the use of video. Panopto provides a method for delivering content and tools as a third-party integration for instructors to enable within their ANGEL courses.

This training session will walk you through capturing, editing, and sharing recordings of any classroom dynamic using Panopto.

Panopto Beyond the Basics

If you have attended Panopto Getting Started Training this hands-on session will explore advanced recording and editing options, enabling student recording, and Panopto’s mobile apps. Participants will also exchange tips and tricks for getting the most out of Panopto.

Attending a Panopto Getting Started training and preregistration is required.

Turnitin ANGEL Integration

A Turnitin drop box allows students to submit a paper and run an originality report to see if the paper contains plagiarism or similarities to other submitted work. Turnitin supports the writing process for students by enforcing good summarizing/synopsizing techniques and assists faculty in promoting academic integrity. The Turnitin drop box allows access to all Turnitin services (OriginalityCheck, GradeMark, and PeerMark) without having to leave the ANGEL environment or log into Turnitin directly. You will learn how to set up a Turnitin drop box and leave ready to use this service.

What Faculty Should Know About Copyright, Fair Use, and Creative Commons Workshop

What is copyright law and what factors actually determine educational fair use? Did you know you and your students can avoid all that by using Open Educational Resources (OER)? Spoiler alert: No, we can't do anything we want with copyrighted materials just because it’s for educational purposes.

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