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Accessible Course Design

Accessibility is often overlooked but is extremely important in your course design. This session will help you learn easy (and quick) skills to make your online course more accessible for all…

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Increasing Access and Reducing Costs: A Hands-on OER Workshop for Faculty

With the rising cost of online access codes to course materials or textbooks, the use of open educational resources (OER) can significantly increase student learning and success. This workshop will…

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Introduction to Gradescope

The Gradescope pilot is available to all instructors for the 2023-2024 academic year to make grading of paper-based assignments, such as homework, quizzes, and exams, more efficient. The student or…

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Canvas Gradebook

Still trying to understand how assignments, grades, and weighting all work together to calculate final grades? Come learn how to configure a grading scheme for your course so that Canvas can do the…

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KCTO: Prompt Engineering with a Twist: Harnessing Storytelling for Creative AI

This interactive 50-minute session is for educators, instructional designers, curriculum developers, and anyone interested in incorporating AI into their teaching and learning toolkit. We will dive…

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Informal Formative Assessments (IFAs): Kahoot, Poll Everywhere, and Canvas Quizzes

Part I will be an overview of what formative assessments are, and getting faculty to participate in an example. Part II is how / when / why they're helpful to students and professors alike. Part…

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Making the Transition to iClicker Cloud

Starting January 2024, iClicker Classic software will no longer be supported. To continue using iClicker with roster synchronization, you must upgrade to iClicker Cloud. Physical bases and remotes in…

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Capture Space: Classified. 7 surprising insights about your Canvas videos


Myth: Video content creation is complex and too time-consuming. Fact: You’re just a few clicks away from masterfully creating, storing, and sharing videos! In this tell-all session, we’ll…

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KCTO: Exploring Ethical AI Use in Teaching and Research: A Guided Discussion

This hybrid session aims to provide a platform for exploring the ethical dimensions of integrating artificial intelligence (AI) into academic work, teaching, and research. The primary focus will be…

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Scaffolding and Supporting Research Methods Courses: Teaching with SAGE Research Methods

Are you teaching a course on research methods or working with students designing a research project? Let the library help! Learn how to use videos, sample datasets, case studies, and more from the…

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Take your lecture capture to the next level: Staffed Studios and Zoom Enabled Classrooms

Did you know that you have access to 3 specialized recording studios with a full-time technician to help you record your courses and connect to live students through Zoom? Did you know that you have…

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Canvas Welcome Page: Getting to Know Your Students

Connecting with your students in an online environment might seem difficult and overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be when you’re using Canvas! This session will focus on tools in…

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Gamify Your Course!

Looking to keep your students engaged and invested in your content? Explore the benefits of gamification with UD faculty & instructional designers. This session will include: Research regarding…

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How accessible is your digital content? Learn what you can see and do to make your course content accessible to everyone and why this is so important.

Learn what you can see and do to make your course content accessible to everyone and why this is so important. Presenter: Nancy O'Laughlin, IT-ATS

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Engaging First Year Students with the Common Reader through the Library and Museums

This session will provide an overview of the Library and Museums introductory program for First Year Seminar. Themed around While the Earth Sleeps We Travel: Stories, Poetry, and Art from Young…

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Canvas Gradebook

Still trying to understand how assignments, grades, and weighting all work together to calculate final grades? In this workshop, you will learn how to configure a grading scheme for your course so…

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