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ACERT & TTLG Course Creation Workshop
June 10, 11, 12 2019, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Center for Online Learning, Hunter North C105
Calling all former participants of Module-making Camp and all professors getting ready to teach hybrid and online courses! Participate in a 3-day workshop to build components of a course beyond the weekly modules. With the support of our team of educational technologists, you will create a course banner, a course map, an ice-breaker, student feedback surveys and a course wrap-up activity. While we will discuss a variety of technology tools such as VoiceThread, Padlet, FlipGrid and Screencast-o-matic, we will center our work on Blackboard and assume that participants are familiar with the basics. Please come ready with your syllabus and online modules. Set aside the time to attend all three days and complete the creation of a welcome module for your students at the end of the workshop.