ILC Workshop Schedule

Professional Development Workshop Schedule

This Summer, the ILC will be offering a variety of workshops and seminars that address pedagogical issues and instructional technologies. Unless noted otherwise, all workshops will be held in the ILC Classroom (across the courtyard from the ILC offices). 

 

Schedule Summer Semester 2019

Click on each tab to view the initial workshops available this Summer 2019

▼   May

May 30th, 2019

2:30-4:30

ILC Classroom

USAonline Fundamentals 1&2

This workshop is a must for anyone teaching hybrid courses or completely online courses at USA and is also beneficial for faculty members in using the web-enhancement component for on-campus courses.

Part 1 - Intro to USAonline: Course sites, Accessibility, Syllabus, ILC services overview

Part 2 – Testing and Quizzing in USAonline, Designing Forums

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▼   June

June 6, 2019

2:30-4:30

ILC Classroom

USAonline Fundamentals 3&4

This workshop is a must for anyone teaching hybrid courses or completely online courses at USA and is also beneficial for faculty members in using the web-enhancement component for on-campus courses

Part 3 - Creating assignments and Designing Lesson Content with Lessons Builder

Part 4 – Gradebook Settings, Creating Reports about Course activity, Masters Sites and QM Template Availability

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June 20, 2019

2:30-4:30

ILC Classroom

USAonline Advanced: Course Design

Learn how to make the content in your course more interactive, appealing, and streamlined with the USAonline Lessons Builder tool. In this workshop you will learn how to embed content, link assignments to lessons, customize your course page, and improve the overall quality of your content design with this tool.

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▼   July

July 11,2019

2:30-4:30

ILC Classroom

USAonline Advanced: Gradebook

Learn how to use weighted and non-weighted categories as you set your gradebook up to compliment your course design as well as to be used as a tool to help students stay informed about their progress in the class. You will also have the opportunity to explore and learn more about the ways to organize the gradebook and to make sure all of your assessments have the correct settings.

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July 18, 2019

2:30-4:30

ILC Classroom

USAonline Advanced: Test and Quizzes

Assessment through exams is one of the most important components for many online courses. Explore the USAonline tool, Tests and Quizzes more thoroughly and let us teach you how to use create tests for your course using Markup Text and Question Tools.

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July 29, 2019

9:00am - 4:00pm

ILC Classroom

USAonline Face-To-Face Training

This Face-To-Face Workshop will cover all four parts of the USAonline Training in a single session.

Part 1 - Intro to USAonline: Course sites, Accessibility, Syllabus, ILC services overview

Part 2 – Testing and Quizzing in USAonline, Designing Forums

Part 3 - Creating assignments and Designing Lesson Content with Lessons Builder

Part 4 – Gradebook Settings, Creating Reports about Course activity, Masters Sites and QM Template Availability

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July 31, 2019

9:30am-3:30pm

Service Learning & Community Engaged Approaches to enhance Student Learning, Engagement, and Success

Community engaged classes that incorporate service-learning and community based experiences increase student learning, engagement and success by helping them to recognize the real-world relevance of their coursework. This training will provide you with tools and resources to help you align objectives, assignments, and assessments in your community engaged courses. In addition, you will enjoy a complimentary working lunch with community partners from Mobile area organizations where you will explore opportunities to develop service learning projects and learn about working effectively in the community.

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▼   August

August 15, 2019

7:30-4:00pm

Terrace Room

New Faculty Orientation

 

Designed to help new faculty adapt to South Alabama's teaching environment as well as the resources and benefits available to them.