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October
10/5/2022
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
YuJa: Introduction
Integrated into all Blackboard courses, YuJa is an all-in-one service for recording, editing, storing, and streaming multi-formatted video and audio content across any device. Discover how YuJa can improve the viewing of your video and audio content in your courses with features such as built-in automatic captioning, mobile-device-friendly format, and automatic adjustment of the stream based on network speed, browser, and device.
10/6/2022
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Word Advanced
NDUS Core Technology Services is pleased to offer Microsoft training to campus employees. These courses are conducted online using Blackboard Collaborate Ultra. When you register, you will receive an Outlook calendar invitation with a link to log into the training. Participants will receive training materials in their calendar invitation which can be used to follow along and as a reference when the training has finished. Participants must attend at least 75% of the training to receive a certificate of completion and access to the recorded session. For more information on MS training by CTS, contact: Patti Heisler (patti.heisler@ndus.edu) Randy Wald (randy.wald@ndus.edu) Anthony Willer (anthony.willer@ndus.edu)
10/7/2022
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Zoom: Introduction
Zoom is a cloud-based videoconferencing and collaboration platform. Learn how Zoom allows you to have the flexibility to create virtual classrooms, share content, and interact with students across any device.
10/10/2022
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Student Supervisor Prep
Is this your first year supervising student employees? If not, are you looking for a refresher or assistance as you prepare for the upcoming year? Look no further! This course will cover the resources available to student employee supervisors, as well as compliance reminders, and important dates and deadlines.
10/11/2022
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Blackboard: GradeCenter
Learn how to customize Grade Center in your course to fit your grading style, including setting up your Weighted Totals. Additionally, learn how to utilize Blackboard Grades Integration feature that allows you to pull final grades from Blackboard into Campus Connection.
10/12/2022
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
VoiceThread: Developing Social Interaction
VoiceThread is a tool available in Blackboard that provides collaborative spaces with video, voice, and text commenting among students and instructors. Learn how to build student engagement in your online course using VoiceThread.
10/12/2022
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Completing your Annual Assessment Reports in Taskstream (Non-Academic/Co-Curricular Programs)
October 15th is the deadline for academic and non-academic programs to submit their annual assessment reports data from last year. Do you know how? Join Karina Knutson, Assessment & Accreditation Specialist, as she walks you through the steps to submit in our online repository system, Taskstream. Training should take approximately 30 minutes, with a time for Q&A at the end. Department directors and/or assessment leads are encouraged to attend. Session will be tailored to non-academic departments, however individuals from academic programs may also attend. Audience: Non-Academic Department Directors
10/12/2022
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Navigating Conflict
Whether we like it or not, interpersonal conflicts occur every day in our workplace. Many people are uncomfortable with conflict and avoid problem areas with the hope that the issues will just go away. As we know, these problems do not disappear. Learn about the conflict experience and how to handle these conflicts more effectively and become more emotionally intelligent while working with others. UND partners with Emily Holth, Sustainable Solution Services.
10/13/2022
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Blackboard: Groups
Group work within a course can be challenging. Utilizing Blackboard Groups helps you handle these potential complications, while managing expectations and reducing member conflict. Additionally, discussions regarding best practices, innovative grading, and pedagogical advantages will help to demonstrate what Blackboard Groups can do for you! 
10/13/2022
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Completing your Annual Assessment Reports in Taskstream (Academic Programs)
October 15th is the deadline for academic and non-academic programs to submit their annual assessment reports data from last year.  Do you know how?  Join Karina Knutson, Assessment & Accreditation Specialist, as she walks you through the steps to submit in our online repository system, Taskstream.  Training should take approximately 30 minutes, with a time for Q&A at the end.  Department Chairs and Program Directors are encouraged to attend. Session will be tailored to academic departments, however individuals from non-academic programs may also attend.  Audience: Faculty, Academic Department Chairs, Academic Program Directors
10/13/2022
1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Excel Basics
NDUS Core Technology Services is pleased to offer Microsoft training to campus employees. These courses are conducted online using Blackboard Collaborate Ultra. When you register, you will receive an Outlook calendar invitation with a link to log into the training. Participants will receive training materials in their calendar invitation which can be used to follow along and as a reference when the training has finished. Participants must attend at least 75% of the training to receive a certificate of completion and access to the recorded session. For more information on MS training by CTS, contact: Patti Heisler (patti.heisler@ndus.edu) Randy Wald (randy.wald@ndus.edu) Anthony Willer (anthony.willer@ndus.edu)
10/13/2022
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Alice T. Clark Scholars Mentoring Program Celebrates 30 Years
'Please join us for the Alice T. Clark Scholars Mentoring Program’s 30th Year Celebration! All are welcome. In addition, we would love to have all alums (mentees and mentors), supporters and colleagues since the program’s inception in 1992 up to 2022’s cohort attend. If you have colleagues who were part of the program and are no longer at UND, we encourage you to let them know about the celebration. We hope this gathering serves as a reunion for colleagues, cohort groups and mentoring pairs, in addition to, celebrating the exceptional mentoring that has occurred throughout the past 30 years. Please join us! We will be celebrating Thursday, October 13th from 4-6pm at the North Dakota Museum of Art. Food and beverages will be served. Please RSVP by October 1, 2022 to let us know if you can join us. If you cannot attend, please leave comments through the RSVP Qualtrics survey.'
10/17/2022
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Excel Advanced
NDUS Core Technology Services is pleased to offer Microsoft training to campus employees. These courses are conducted online using Blackboard Collaborate Ultra. When you register, you will receive an Outlook calendar invitation with a link to log into the training. Participants will receive training materials in their calendar invitation which can be used to follow along and as a reference when the training has finished. Participants must attend at least 75% of the training to receive a certificate of completion and access to the recorded session. For more information on MS training by CTS, contact: Patti Heisler (patti.heisler@ndus.edu) Randy Wald (randy.wald@ndus.edu) Anthony Willer (anthony.willer@ndus.edu)
10/17/2022
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
A Conversation with Staff about Well-being and Using a Mindfulness Approach
In this session you will learn to invest time into our well-being during these times of uncertainty, discuss why stress may feel exacerbated, normalize the feelings, and learn mindfulness approaches and compassion towards self.
10/19/2022
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
Teaching DEIA Skills as Essential for Career Readiness
DEIA (diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility) skills and the ability to work with and learn from diverse others is an essential component of career success and leadership. The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) identifies the ability to “equitably engage and include people from different local and global cultures” as one of the eight core career readiness competencies for students. In this session, we will discuss strategies for how we can foster these competencies in the classroom and talk to students about the value of these skills.
10/19/2022
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Qualtrics: Introduction
Qualtrics is a robust tool that is easy to use for creating and deploying a variety of different projects. Designed for individuals who are new to Qualtrics, this workshop will instruct participants in how to effectively create and distribute a project. Topics include constructing and editing survey questions, adding basic logic to your questions to increase usability, survey distribution options, and analyzing the results.
10/20/2022
10:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Blackboard: Interacting with Blogs/Journals
'Blackboard offers several tools for student interaction and collaboration. In this 30 minute session learn about ways to incorporate Blogs or Journals into your course. In this session you will learn: - What are Blogs and Journals? - How can I use them in my course? - Why should I use them in my course?'
10/20/2022
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Mental Health in the Workplace
This presentation will describe Mental Health Matters, a program through the City of Grand Forks, and discuss mental health in the workplace. This will include tips for creating a safe and healthy working environment for all, signs and symptoms of a colleague who may be experiencing a crisis, and evidence-based approaches to speaking with someone who may be struggling.
10/24/2022
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Blackboard: Using Learning Analytics to Improve Student Outcomes
Have you ever suspected that there might be a pattern in how your students are engaging (or not engaging) with your course content in Blackboard? The ability to investigate these patterns is right at your fingertips! With Blackboard A4L (Analytics for Learn) Integrated Learn Reports, you can now run canned reports of your courses to make data-informed decisions on course revisions. Improve your student outcomes by learning how to view learning analytics in four ways: Course at a Glance; Activity & Grade Scatter Plot; Activity Matrix; Course Submission Summary. Join this session to see how you can make data-informed decisions to improve your students' learning outcomes in your courses and see how you compare with similar courses within your department at UND.
10/24/2022
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Managing Stress
Join Lexi O’Halloran, Licensed Counselor with the University Counseling Center, to learn practical techniques to help manage stress.
10/25/2022
1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Teams Introduction
NDUS Core Technology Services is pleased to offer Microsoft training to campus employees. These courses are conducted online using Blackboard Collaborate Ultra. When you register, you will receive an Outlook calendar invitation with a link to log into the training. Participants will receive training materials in their calendar invitation which can be used to follow along and as a reference when the training has finished. Participants must attend at least 75% of the training to receive a certificate of completion and access to the recorded session. For more information on MS training by CTS, contact: Patti Heisler (patti.heisler@ndus.edu) Randy Wald (randy.wald@ndus.edu) Anthony Willer (anthony.willer@ndus.edu)
10/26/2022
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Adobe Acrobat Pro DC: Introduction
Learn the basic tools and concepts of Adobe Acrobat Pro DC. Beginning with an introduction to the Acrobat Pro work area and commonly used tools, this training will cover topics such as editing text and images, preparing fillable forms, collaborating with others, and adding external and internal links.
10/26/2022
11:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Blackboard: Grading Assignments
Discover how to efficiently grade assignments in Blackboard. Topics include using rubrics, grading and providing feedback using Blackboard's Annotate Grading feature, and detecting unoriginal content using SafeAssign.
10/26/2022
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Teams Meetings
NDUS Core Technology Services is pleased to offer Microsoft training to campus employees. These courses are conducted online using Blackboard Collaborate Ultra. When you register, you will receive an Outlook calendar invitation with a link to log into the training. Participants will receive training materials in their calendar invitation which can be used to follow along and as a reference when the training has finished. Participants must attend at least 75% of the training to receive a certificate of completion and access to the recorded session. For more information on MS training by CTS, contact: Patti Heisler (patti.heisler@ndus.edu) Randy Wald (randy.wald@ndus.edu) Anthony Willer (anthony.willer@ndus.edu)
10/27/2022
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Burnout and Fatigue
Understanding the challenges and stressors we face can feel overwhelming. The care and energy we give to others can play a role in feeling fatigued and burned out: -Learn what compassion fatigue and burnout is and how it affects you -Discuss how to manage stressors -Leave with tips and tools for practicing self-care
10/27/2022
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Blackboard: Tests
Create Blackboard online tests and surveys to measure student knowledge, gauge progress, and gather information from students. Learn how to select and create effective questions, as well as distribute the test with the appropriate settings. Discussion will include the differences between auto-graded questions and instructor-graded questions, and the availability of test scores in the Blackboard Grade Center.
10/27/2022
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Blackboard: Ally
How do you know if your Blackboard course materials are accessible? How do you fix it if they are not? Learn more about Blackboard Ally to determine the accessibility of your content and tips for designing your content for all learners. Discussions will include effectively adding descriptions to images, creating accessible Word documents, as well as manipulating specific content in your course to strive toward accessibility for all. Second half of workshop will include time for assistance in making documents accessible, so have your documents ready.
10/27/2022
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Word Intermediate
NDUS Core Technology Services is pleased to offer Microsoft training to campus employees. These courses are conducted online using Blackboard Collaborate Ultra. When you register, you will receive an Outlook calendar invitation with a link to log into the training. Participants will receive training materials in their calendar invitation which can be used to follow along and as a reference when the training has finished. Participants must attend at least 75% of the training to receive a certificate of completion and access to the recorded session. For more information on MS training by CTS, contact: Patti Heisler (patti.heisler@ndus.edu) Randy Wald (randy.wald@ndus.edu) Anthony Willer (anthony.willer@ndus.edu)
10/28/2022
9:30 AM - 10:00 AM
Blackboard: Interacting with Discussion Boards
'Blackboard offers several tools for student interaction and collaboration. In this 30 minute session learn about ways to incorporate Discussion Boards into your course. In this session you will learn: - How can I use Discussion Boards effectively in my course? - Why should I use them in my course? - What are some tips and tricks for encouraging quality discussion?'
10/31/2022
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
PowerPoint Power User
NDUS Core Technology Services is pleased to offer Microsoft training to campus employees. These courses are conducted online using Blackboard Collaborate Ultra. When you register, you will receive an Outlook calendar invitation with a link to log into the training. Participants will receive training materials in their calendar invitation which can be used to follow along and as a reference when the training has finished. Participants must attend at least 75% of the training to receive a certificate of completion and access to the recorded session. For more information on MS training by CTS, contact: Patti Heisler (patti.heisler@ndus.edu) Randy Wald (randy.wald@ndus.edu) Anthony Willer (anthony.willer@ndus.edu)
10/31/2022
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Omni CMS - Web Training
Learn the basics of Omni CMS in this training session for UND.edu editors. Website users must complete this training to gain access to edit the UND.edu site. Course curriculum includes Omni page editing and design basics such as use of snippets and assets, as well as building pages and sites. Discussion will also include accessibility guidelines and template and SEO best practices. Registration will be closed 24 hours prior to the course starting.
November
11/1/2022
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
YuJa: Introduction
Integrated into all Blackboard courses, YuJa is an all-in-one service for recording, editing, storing, and streaming multi-formatted video and audio content across any device. Discover how YuJa can improve the viewing of your video and audio content in your courses with features such as built-in automatic captioning, mobile-device-friendly format, and automatic adjustment of the stream based on network speed, browser, and device.
11/3/2022
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Workplace Diversity
Want to propel your team or organization to be its best? Harness the power of diverse thought and ideas: -Explore why diversity is an asset to the team or organization -Discuss how to include and use the diverse strengths -Consider how to effectively resolve differences
11/3/2022
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Zoom: Introduction
Zoom is a cloud-based videoconferencing and collaboration platform. Learn how Zoom allows you to have the flexibility to create virtual classrooms, share content, and interact with students across any device.
11/7/2022
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
Addressing Concerning or Disruptive Student Behavior
Participants will engage in an interactive session that will address challenging scenarios that faculty and staff face every semester. The goal of the session is to increase awareness to resources and services available for faculty, staff, and students. The session also is intended to provide guidance to faculty and staff regarding options and techniques that they may utilize when dealing with difficult situations and/or students.
11/7/2022
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Responding to resistance around DEIA goals
As we think about advancing diversity, equity, inclusion and access in our classes, curriculum and programs, we often anticipate that we will meet pushback on our efforts from students as well as fellow faculty, staff and other colleagues. Understanding that resistance and being prepared to address it makes it much more likely we will be successful in these essential efforts to create belonging. In this session we will discuss the nature of pushback and how we can best address it.
11/8/2022
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM
Qualtrics: Introduction
Qualtrics is a robust tool that is easy to use for creating and deploying a variety of different projects. Designed for individuals who are new to Qualtrics, this workshop will instruct participants in how to effectively create and distribute a project. Topics include constructing and editing survey questions, adding basic logic to your questions to increase usability, survey distribution options, and analyzing the results.
11/9/2022
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Blackboard: Collaborate Ultra
Integrated within Blackboard, Collaborate Ultra is a fully featured, live, virtual classroom solution that includes features such as audio, video, application sharing, web tours and content display. Enable further dynamic interaction between students and educators through advanced features that include polling, white-boarding, presenter on-the-fly, re-sizable chat areas and participant lists, usage analytics tools, and recorded session archives.
11/9/2022
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
UND Live Brand Training
This UND Brand Live Training session trains creative, marketing, and communication professionals, faculty, staff, interns, and student employees who use Adobe Creative Cloud to design for the University of North Dakota. We will discuss our University brand guidelines, our asset libraries, and how to implement these libraries. Student interns and their supervisors should attend the session together. Before attending this UND Brand Live Training Session please watch our Video Brand Training series, and read through our UND Brand Book. After completing this training you will receive access to our Adobe Creative Cloud brand asset libraries. If you do not use Adobe Creative Cloud but want to learn more about our brand, our brand training videos are available to anyone who wants to learn how to consistently share our UND’s story.
11/10/2022
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Adobe Express: Introduction
Adobe Express is an easy-to-use online image editing tool. The application comes with free templates, pictures, and other assets you can use in your graphic design. Learn the basic tools and concepts of Adobe Express. This session introduces you to the Adobe Express work area and commonly used tools. In this session, we will cover topics like template designs, adding assets, and collaborating with others.
11/14/2022
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Blackboard: Tests
Create Blackboard online tests and surveys to measure student knowledge, gauge progress, and gather information from students. Learn how to select and create effective questions, as well as distribute the test with the appropriate settings. Discussion will include the differences between auto-graded questions and instructor-graded questions, and the availability of test scores in the Blackboard Grade Center.
11/14/2022
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Google Chrome Tips and Tricks
Streamline your browsing with Google Chrome. Learn how to navigate in Google Chrome more efficiently by uncovering unique features and utilizing shortcuts. Discussion will include search features and customizable settings. 
11/16/2022
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Managing Your Time
Gain insight into your own effectiveness regarding how you currently manage your time. Identify time wasters and learn some new tips, and tools UND offers to enhance your time management skills. UND partners with Emily Holth, Sustainable Solution Services.
11/17/2022
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Adobe Acrobat Pro DC: Intermediate
Follow along with Zak Aubol, Staff Career and Professional Development Coordinator from TTaDA, to learn some intermediate-level skills in Adobe Acrobat Pro. Some of the topics covered include: protecting your document, adding a watermark, creating bookmarks, and redacting content.
11/17/2022
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
VoiceThread: Developing Social Interaction
VoiceThread is a tool available in Blackboard that provides collaborative spaces with video, voice, and text commenting among students and instructors. Learn how to build student engagement in your online course using VoiceThread.
11/18/2022
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Blackboard: GradeCenter
Learn how to customize Grade Center in your course to fit your grading style, including setting up your Weighted Totals. Additionally, learn how to utilize Blackboard Grades Integration feature that allows you to pull final grades from Blackboard into Campus Connection.
11/22/2022
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Microsoft To-do: Introduction
Follow along with Zak Aubol, Staff Career and Professional Development Coordinator from TTaDA, to learn some more about Microsoft To Do. This session, shows you how to create tasks and lists, access your tasks from Outlook, share lists and assign tasks, and much more!
11/22/2022
2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Blackboard: Using Learning Analytics to Improve Student Outcomes
Have you ever suspected that there might be a pattern in how your students are engaging (or not engaging) with your course content in Blackboard? The ability to investigate these patterns is right at your fingertips! With Blackboard A4L (Analytics for Learn) Integrated Learn Reports, you can now run canned reports of your courses to make data-informed decisions on course revisions. Improve your student outcomes by learning how to view learning analytics in four ways: Course at a Glance; Activity & Grade Scatter Plot; Activity Matrix; Course Submission Summary. Join this session to see how you can make data-informed decisions to improve your students' learning outcomes in your courses and see how you compare with similar courses within your department at UND.
11/23/2022
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Microsoft Tasks by Planner and To-do
Follow along with Zak Aubol, Staff Career and Professional Development Coordinator from TTaDA, to learn some more about Microsoft Tasks by Planner and To Do. This session, shows you how to create a plan, buckets and tasks, assign tasks, and much more!
11/29/2022
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
YuJa: Advanced
Integrated into all Blackboard courses, YuJa is an all-in-one service for recording, editing, storing, and streaming multi-formatted video and audio content across any device. Designed for individuals who are familiar with YuJa, this hands-on workshop will focus on advanced editing features. Topics will include trimming the start/end or cutting from the middle of existing videos and inserting slides, text, and other videos. As well as editing video/index chapters, captions, tracking editing actions, and adjusting audio levels.
11/30/2022
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Omni CMS - Web Training
Learn the basics of Omni CMS in this training session for UND.edu editors. Website users must complete this training to gain access to edit the UND.edu site. Course curriculum includes Omni page editing and design basics such as use of snippets and assets, as well as building pages and sites. Discussion will also include accessibility guidelines and template and SEO best practices. Registration will be closed 24 hours prior to the course starting.
December
12/2/2022
11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
YuJa: Introduction
Integrated into all Blackboard courses, YuJa is an all-in-one service for recording, editing, storing, and streaming multi-formatted video and audio content across any device. Discover how YuJa can improve the viewing of your video and audio content in your courses with features such as built-in automatic captioning, mobile-device-friendly format, and automatic adjustment of the stream based on network speed, browser, and device.
12/5/2022
12:00 PM - 12:30 PM
Blackboard: Creating Assignments
Discover how to efficiently create assignments in Blackboard while designing an effective space for students to submit assignments. Topics include creating rubrics and linking them to assignments, and setting up SafeAssign to check for unoriginal content.
12/6/2022
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Zoom: Introduction
Zoom is a cloud-based videoconferencing and collaboration platform. Learn how Zoom allows you to have the flexibility to create virtual classrooms, share content, and interact with students across any device.
12/7/2022
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Blackboard: GradeCenter
Learn how to customize Grade Center in your course to fit your grading style, including setting up your Weighted Totals. Additionally, learn how to utilize Blackboard Grades Integration feature that allows you to pull final grades from Blackboard into Campus Connection.
12/7/2022
3:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Blackboard: Groups
Group work within a course can be challenging. Utilizing Blackboard Groups helps you handle these potential complications, while managing expectations and reducing member conflict. Additionally, discussions regarding best practices, innovative grading, and pedagogical advantages will help to demonstrate what Blackboard Groups can do for you! 
12/8/2022
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Relationship Based Leadership
In this session, we will discuss Leader-Member Exchange (LMX) Theory. In the past, leadership research and training has been critcized for being too 'leader - centric'. During this session we will discuss social exchanges between leaders and followers, transitioning between roles and delegation best practices.
12/9/2022
10:00 AM - 10:30 AM
Blackboard: Getting Your Course Ready
Designed for instructors who are new to Blackboard, this workshop will guide participants through the basic tasks and decisions required to set up a course in Blackboard, such as posting an announcement, adding a syllabus, and including your contact information.
12/12/2022
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Student Supervisor Prep
Is this your first year supervising student employees? If not, are you looking for a refresher or assistance as you prepare for the upcoming year? Look no further! This course will cover the resources available to student employee supervisors, as well as compliance reminders, and important dates and deadlines.
12/12/2022
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
VoiceThread: Developing Social Interaction
VoiceThread is a tool available in Blackboard that provides collaborative spaces with video, voice, and text commenting among students and instructors. Learn how to build student engagement in your online course using VoiceThread.
12/13/2022
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Qualtrics: Advanced
Qualtrics is a robust tool that is easy to use for creating and deploying a variety of different projects. Discover some of the higher-level features that allow you to use Qualtrics most effectively. Topics will include accessing, editing, sharing, and presenting your project’s data. As well as advanced tools and options such as Survey Flow, Pipe Texting, Email Triggers, and Quotas.
12/14/2022
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Adobe Acrobat Pro DC: Introduction
Learn the basic tools and concepts of Adobe Acrobat Pro DC. Beginning with an introduction to the Acrobat Pro work area and commonly used tools, this training will cover topics such as editing text and images, preparing fillable forms, collaborating with others, and adding external and internal links.
12/15/2022
11:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Blackboard: Copying Course Content
Learn how to copy content from one course to another and tips/tricks for ensuring the appropriate content copies over. The session will cover making sure copied assignments/test are linked in Grade Center, how to update due dates, and how to clean up duplicate/unused content.
12/15/2022
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Blackboard: Using Learning Analytics to Improve Student Outcomes
Have you ever suspected that there might be a pattern in how your students are engaging (or not engaging) with your course content in Blackboard? The ability to investigate these patterns is right at your fingertips! With Blackboard A4L (Analytics for Learn) Integrated Learn Reports, you can now run canned reports of your courses to make data-informed decisions on course revisions. Improve your student outcomes by learning how to view learning analytics in four ways: Course at a Glance; Activity & Grade Scatter Plot; Activity Matrix; Course Submission Summary. Join this session to see how you can make data-informed decisions to improve your students' learning outcomes in your courses and see how you compare with similar courses within your department at UND.