Month of Microlearning

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Month of Microlearning (MOML) workshops are 30-minute sessions on a variety of digital teaching and learning topics. Led by eLearning specialists and faculty and staff from around campus, each session is designed to provide attendees with the information they need to begin using the skill/tool right away.

Month of Microlearning workshops are scheduled during the Fall and Winter quarters.

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Schedule for February, 2022

All sessions are from 12:30 – 1:00 pm

Templates allow you to save time and improve student navigation through your online content. In this workshop, you’ll learn how to quickly build templates with Cidi Labs and deploy them in your course.

Presenter: Betsy Zahrt Geib

StreamLabs is a free software that allows the use to seamlessly move from “shot” to “shot” while in a Zoom meeting or while recording. Find out more about StreamLabs and how it can make your screen shares more dynamic.

Presenter: Renee Nejo

With the number of new course configurations on the rise due to the pandemic, it’s difficult to know what configuration might be the best for your discipline and style, or what to call this configuration. Learn about possible ways to structure your course in the new era of hybrid teaching.

Presenter: Archana Alwar

In this short workshop, learn how to set up and use an OWL camera and Zoom to teach in-person and remotely simultaneously.

Presenters: Larry Boykin, Ron Austin, Betsy Zahrt Geib

Mozilla Hubs is a free web-based application that allows users to create virtual spaces to meet. Explore how you might use Mozilla Hubs as a classroom or for other educational purposes.

Presenters: Bruce Wolcott and Wei Geiger

Would you like to offer students the option to submit video assignments instead of written assignments? Are you unsure about options for doing this? This workshop explores the video creator in Canvas and Flipgrid as possible ways for students to submit assignments.

Presenter: Ron Austin

Cidi Labs offers multiple ways to easily edit photos and images. Learn how to use these various tools.

Presenter: Deborah Leblang

When you need to record a lecture not created in Zoom, Panopto is the tool to use. Learn how to set up and create quality video lectures, and then how to store and share these with your students.

Presenter: Keith Rowley

Social annotation is a way for users to share notes on digital content like digital textbooks, pdfs, and websites. Hypothes.is is a free tool that enables this from within Canvas. Learn how one instructor is using this tool to promote engagement and community.

Presenter: Jeremiah Allen

Hear from a senior faculty member as she shares her process for designing Canvas courses for various and shifting modalities. Leave with a basic understanding of why we need to know who the students will be in each of our courses.

Presenter: Donna Miguel

If you assign essays, papers, or any assignments where students submit written work, then this workshop is for you. George will share tips and strategies he has learned while being a teacher in the ESL and English departments.

Presenter: George Rowe

StreamLabs is a free software that allows the use to seamlessly move from “shot” to “shot” while in a Zoom meeting or while recording. Find out more about StreamLabs and how it can make your screen shares more dynamic.

Presenter: Renee Nejo

OBS Studio is a free and open-source broadcasting studio for streaming and recording. Learn the potential benefits of using OBS while running a synchronous course in Zoom or Teams.

Presenters: Ron Austin and Bruce Wolcott


Past Month of Microlearning Topics

Fall 2021 MOML Schedule and Topics

MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
4
1:30
Creating Videos Using Panopto Capture
5
1:30
Editing and Sharing Panopto Videos
6
1:30
Canvas and Panopto Analytics
78
11
1:30
Create a Homepage Using Cidi Labs
1213
1:30
Links and Buttons with Cidi Labs
14
3:00
Adding Cidi Labs Features to Existing Content
15
18
1:30
Adobe Spark Videos as a Teaching and Learning Tool
1920
1:30
CTClink & Textbook Low-Cost Labeling
2122
1:30
Using Mozilla Hubs as a Classroom
25
1:30
How to Request & Embed Streaming Video for Your Classes from the Library
2627
3:00
Tour of eLearning Support
2829
1:30
Collaborative Whiteboards for Remote Instruction

Winter 2021 MOML Schedule and Topics: How Do I…?

Monday
3:00 – 3:30 pm
Wednesday
3:00 – 3:30 pm
Friday
10:30-11:00 am
1
Use CidiLabs Templates to Save Time
3
Use the Ally Accessibility Report Tool in Canvas
5
Organize and Share Panopto Content
8
Use Quizzes and Question Banks Harmoniously
10
Add Amazing Style to Course Content Using Cidi Labs
12
Record Short Videos and Add Quiz Questions in Panopto
15
[Cancelled] Get Involved with the P2P will be rescheduled
17
Create Visual Hierarchy in Modules for Student Success
19
Build a Killer Home Page using CidiLabs
22
Use Canvas Rubrics for Transparency and Feedback
24
Add Library Identify Month Resources to your Canvas Course
26
Edit and Embellish Panopto Videos

MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursday
5
2:30 PM
Synchronous Learning Strategies to Increase Engagement and Reduce Burnout>
6
2:30 PM
Rich Content Editor Overview
7
2:30 PM
eLearning: Ways to Connect & Collaborate
8
2:30 PM
Introduction to Respondus Lockdown Browser/Monitor and Honorlock
12
2:30 PM
Quizzes and Question Banks
13
2:30 PM
Animation Tips for Teaching
14
2:30 PM
Creating and Duplicating Canvas Templates
15
2:30 PM
Using Images and Videos from the Library’s Resources
19
2:30 PM
Quizzes and Question Banks
20
2:30 PM
PD Day
21
2:30 PM
Canvas Account Profile and User Settings
22
2:30 PM
Beyond Zoom Basics
26
2:30 PM
Rubrics
27
2:30 PM
Library Canvas Modules and Embedded Librarianship
28
2:30 PM
eLearning: Ways to Connect and Collaborate
29
2:30 PM
How to Build a Course in Canvas using Modules

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Last Updated February 9, 2022