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Adaptive Course Design

This guide enables faculty to design quality courses on Schoology. These courses can be taught remotely or traditionally. The main guiding feature of this LibGuide is the Adaptive Course Design Rubric.

Aug 10-14

Registration link: BOLT Workshops Aug 10-14

Zoom links appear on the registration form. 

Mon, Aug 10, 3 - 4pm, How to use the Adaptive Course Design (ACD) Rubric to create Quality Learning on Schoology-Zubia Mughal  

Tues, Aug 11, 3:00 pm  Zoom practice session - screenshare, breakout rooms, polling, audio scenarios -Chris Grugel  

Wed, Aug 12, 3 - 4pm, How to use the Adaptive Course Design (ACD) Rubric to create Quality Learning on Schoology-Zubia Mughal  

Thur, Aug 13, 1 -  2pm, Helping students create online experiments using Google Tools: Examples from Psych Science - Kateryna Sylaska, Nora Nickels, Dennis Munk  

Fri, Aug 14, 11am - noon, Activities for the first remote week of classes - Carol Sabbar.  (This isn't in the registration form, so contact Carol for the Zoom info.)

Fri, Aug 14, 3- 4 pm, Engaging your students in course readings & pre-recorded lectures through Schoology- Zubia Mughal  

Aug 3 - 7

Zoom links are provided on the registration form, and in the email announcement from the Provost’s office.

Tuesday, Aug 4, 11 – 12 Alternatives to Adobe Suite: Canva and Google Sites Zubia Mughal  Video

Wednesday, Aug 5, 11 – 12 Advanced Organizer Videos using Prezi Zubia Mughal Videos through the Prezi website

Thursday, Aug 6, 11 -12 How to Link Assignments and Grades to Student Learning Outcomes in Schoology Steve Rogg, Dennis Munk

Thursday, Aug 6, 3 - 4 Using Screencastomatic to record a lecture Chris Grugel

Friday, Aug 7, 11 - 12 Virtual Testing - a discussion Carol Sabbar

July 27 - 30

Registration for the following workshops can be found at Workshops July 27-30. Zoom links are provided on the registration form, and in the email announcement from the Provost’s office.
Tuesday July 28, 11am –12 pm Creating Hyperdocs for Teaching - Zubia Mughal    Video  Presentation
Tuesday July 28th, 1:00pm Videoconferencing in the classroom - Chris Grugel
Tuesday July 28 , 3 - 4pm Engaging your students in course readings through Schoology- Zubia Mughal    Video  
Wednesday July 29, 11am -12pm Useful Google Chrome Extensions And Google Slide Add- ons for Teaching - Zubia Mughal   Video   Presentation
Thursday July 30, 10 - 11 am Creating an Inclusive Online Learning Environment- Michele Hancock & Jackie Easley
Thursday July 30, 3 – 4 pm EPortfolio for Student Assessments and Learning- Zubia Mughal   Video   Presentation

July 20 - 24

Register for workshops at BOLT Workshops July 20-23. Zoom links appear on registration form and in email message from Provost’s office.

Monday, July 20, 11 am-12pm Quick Overview of Adaptive Course Design, How to Use Lib Guide, and Q&A  -Dennis Munk, Karly Kattenbraker 

Monday July 20, 3:00 – 4:00 pm EPortfolio for Student Assessments and Learning- Zubia Mughal: Presentation + Video

Tuesday July 21, 11-12 Useful Google Chrome Extensions & Google Slide Add- ons for Teaching- Zubia Mughal: Presentation + Video

Tuesday, July 21, 3:00pm Using Screencastomatic to record lectures-Chris Grugel

Wednesday July 22 11 am-12pm Creating Hyperdocs for Teaching- Zubia Mughal: Presentation + Video

Thursday July 23 11- 12 Project-Based Learning Using Google Slides, Hyperdocs and Discussion Board on Schoology- Zubia Mughal

Thursday, July 23,1:00-2:00 pm Flipping: How to use class time after students have watched a recorded lecture- Mark Mahoney, Dennis Munk 

Thursday, July 23, 3:00pm Using test banks in Schoology - create your own or import questions from a textbook- Chris Grugel

July 13-17

Registration and Zoom links can be found at BOLT Workshops July 13-17

Monday, July 13, 11 am -12 pm  Quick Overview of Adaptive Course Design, How to Use Lib Guide, and Q&A  - Dennis Munk, Karly Kattenbraker 

Tuesday July 14th, 11am – 12 pm How to make the most of your Videos on Schoology- Zubia Mughal Part I,  How to make the most of your Videos on Schoology- Zubia Mughal Part II

Tuesday July 14th, 3:00pm Videoconferencing in your classroom-Chris Grugel 

Wednesday July 15th 11am -12 pm Multimedia Tools for Students for Submitting Assignments (Prezi, Powtoon, Media Album on Schoology, and Mindmapping Tools)- Zubia Mughal

Wednesday July 15th 3 – 4 pm Connect, Interact, Respond using Schoology-Zubia Mughal

Thursday July 16th, 11 am-12 pm Synchronous and Asynchronous Learning Activities on Schoology- Zubia Mughal

Thursday, July 16th, 3:00 pm Zoom practice session for attendees - splitting people into groups,  sharing your screen, using the virtual whiteboard. You’ve paid for the whole seat, but you’ll only need the edge-Chris Grugel

Friday, July 17, 11am - 12pm Asynchronous discussions to accomplish your classroom goals -Carol Sabbar (repeat of prior session)

July 7 - 10

Registration and Zoom links are available at   July 7-10 Workshops  

Tuesday, July 7, 3:00 pm  (repeated Thursday) Videoconferencing in your classroom - Chris Grugel 

Wednesday, July 8, 11:00 am Using a Wacom small tablet - Walter Smith, Olvia Alstadt , Karly Kattenbraker 

Thursday, July 9, 11:00 am  Videoconferencing in your classroom -Chris Grugel 

Friday, July 10, 11:00 am  Remote support and troubleshooting with Zoom - Carol Sabbar 

June 30 - July 2

Tues, June 30, When your students don’t have the right stuff- Carol Sabbar

Tues, June 30, Virtual Whiteboards-  Chris Grugel

Wed, July 1,  Overview of Adaptive Course Design and new Lib Guide Resource/Q&A with BOLT members

Thursday, July 2, Using Swivl for Video Lecture Capture-    Chris Grugel   

June 22 - 25

Monday, June 22nd, Discipline Specific Tool and Simulations- Zubia Mughal        

Tuesday, June 23rd,(repeated Thursday) Mayer’s 12 Principles for Creating Multimedia on Schoology- Zubia Mughal      

Wednesday, June 24th, Project-Based Learning Through Discussion Boards on Schoology- Zubia Mughal      

Thursday, June 25, Utilizing Backward Planning to Design Courses for Both Live and Remote Delivery-  Dennis Munk

Thursday, June 25th, Mayer’s 12 Principles for Creating Multimedia on Schoology- Zubia Mughal

June 16 - 18

Tuesday, June 16, Articulate Rise for Creating Lessons- Zubia Mughal

Tuesday, June 16, Using Zoom or Google Meet for Classes/Meetings - Chris Grugel

Wednesday, June 17, Schoology Groups for Group Projects- Zubia Mughal

Thursday, June 18, Library resources in your classes, ebooks and videos -Chris Grugel and Carol Sabbar

 

June 9 - 11

Tuesday, June 9,  Calendars in Google and Schoology for class  -Carol Sabbar

Tuesday June 9th, Creating Online Exams/Quizzes - Chris Grugel

Wednesday, June 10  Effective recordings and presentations-Chris Grugel

Thursday, June 11, Asynchronous discussions to accomplish your classroom goals-Carol Sabbar

Thursday, June 11th, Rubrics for Feedback and Grading-    Zubia Mughal

June 2 - 4

Tuesday, June 2  Transferring your gradebook and course materials to fall courses - Chris Grugel

Wednesday, June 3 Effective recordings and presentations - Chris Grugel

Thursday, June 4, Writing/revising student learning outcomes and short-term objectives - Dennis Munk

Tuesday, June 2,  Thursday, June 4, Discipline-specific tools/resources – Zubia Mughal