CU Online Trainings & Workshops.

Thu. Feb 8, 4:00 PM - Mon. Dec 31, 7:00 PM (MST)

Register for this ‘event’ if you would like to be a part of the OSM Mastery Path pilot program. You can complete required trainings in the path from January 2018- December 2018. Participants who complete the path will receive a certificate of completion and a letter of commendation for their achievements! You must complete each offering once to complete the path. Keep in mind, we will continue to add course offerings throughout the year, so please check our schedule often.

Updated training schedule: cuonline.edu/training

Important things to note about the program:
These trainings/courses will be offered multiple times throughout the 2018 academic year. If you have already completed these sessions previously, your attendance counts toward the completion of the path. If you are unable to complete the path due to scheduling conflicts, please contact amy.arnold@ucdenver.edu

Mastery Path: Media Development for Online and Blended Courses
2018 Course Offerings

-Myths & Theories in Online Learning (Webinar)
-Using & Editing Images for the Online Classroom (In-person, Lawrence Street Center)
-Techsmith Relay Training (Webinar)
-Copyright Basics (Online course in Canvas)
-Creating Student Projects with Media (In-person, Lawrence Street Center)
-Creation Station Consultation (In-person, Lawrence Street Center)

Tue. Sep 4, 8:00 AM - Sun. Oct 28, 12:00 AM (MDT)

ucdenver.instructure.com

This is a fully-online, 8-week facilitated course, focused on the fundamentals of online course development and delivery. The course is designed to prepare you for teaching with digital tools, with an emphasis on great online pedagogy. You will begin the development of an online course using best practices, sound pedagogy, and infusing the course with your perspective, passion, and expertise.

Participants are expected to spend 2-3 hours per week completing weekly assignments, collaborating with colleagues, and learning advanced Canvas functionality. New Canvas users can expect to spend additional time learning basic Canvas functionality.

Check out CU Online’s OSM webpage for additional information.

This training is for FACULTY only.

Fri. Sep 21, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM (MDT)

Health Sciences Library- Tower Room, 3rd Floor (Anschutz Medical Campus), 12950 East Montview Boulevard, Aurora, CO

What is the experience of students in your online course? Creating quality learner experience is often viewed through the lens of “presence” - social presence, teaching presence, and cognitive presence. What do these mean for your instruction? What is the practical application in your online course? Join us as we look at both research and practical experience examples to collaboratively put together a plan for practical teaching applications to create excellent learner experience.

Lunch provided.

Fri. Sep 21, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM (MDT)

Lawrence Street Center- Suite 1300, 1380 Lawrence St- Suite 1300, Denver, CO, USA

Join CU Online as we introduce you to the Canvas mobile app for Google and iOS devices. The Canvas app is a simple and easy way for students and faculty to view and particpate in your course from anywhere. Faculty even have the ability to grade papers from their tablets. Make sure you bring your Google or iOS device to the training so you can gain some hands on experience.

Fri. Sep 28, 1:00 - 2:00 PM (MDT)

Join us online for our first session in this inaugural Mastery Path. We’ll start by exploring the myths around online learning that influence our instructional decisions, specifically those related to media development and use in online, asynchronous courses. Then, we’ll take a look at the things that make online environments unique and native spaces for learning, culminating in an overview of the avenues for intentionally developing and using media resources online. Hope to see you on Zoom!

Fri. Oct 5, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM (MDT)

Lawrence Street Center- Suite 1300, 1380 Lawrence St- Suite 1300, Denver, CO, USA

This session will help you learn the basics of image editing using the tool Snagit. You will also learn about proper uses of digital images in the online classroom. Worried about copyright? We will get you acquainted with some free image repositories as well.

Lunch will be provided.

Fri. Oct 12, 10:00 - 11:00 AM (MDT)

Ucdenver.zoom.us/j/304946546

Join CU Online as we introduce you to the Canvas mobile app for Google and iOS devices. The Canvas app is a simple and easy way for students and faculty to view and participate in your course from anywhere. Faculty even have the ability to grade papers from their tablets. Make sure you bring your Google or iOS device to the training so you can gain some hands on experience.

A webinar link will be sent in a follow-up email after registration.

Fri. Oct 19, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM (MDT)

Lawrence Street Center- Suite 1300, 1380 Lawrence St- Suite 1300, Denver, CO, USA

Topic: Motivation and Engagement Online

Lunch provided.

Mon. Feb 11, 8:00 AM - Fri. Apr 5, 5:00 PM, 2019 (MST)

ucdenver.instructure.com

This is a fully-online, 8-week facilitated course, focused on the fundamentals of online course development and delivery. The course is designed to prepare you for teaching with digital tools, with an emphasis on great online pedagogy. You will begin the development of an online course using best practices, sound pedagogy, and infusing the course with your perspective, passion, and expertise.

Participants are expected to spend 2-3 hours per week completing weekly assignments, collaborating with colleagues, and learning advanced Canvas functionality. New Canvas users can expect to spend additional time learning basic Canvas functionality.

Check out CU Online’s OSM webpage for additional information.

This training is for FACULTY only.

To cancel or change your registration, contact CU Online:
cuonlinehelp@ucdenver.edu
303.315.3700

Trainings & Workshops are for FACULTY ONLY, unless otherwise noted.