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Weekly Sessions - Tuesdays 2pm-3pm
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EvernoteEvernote is a storage/bookmarking website in the cloud. Put your notes, web links, photos or voice memos online and access them from a variety of devices. No longer send notes by email. Learn how to create, save, and organize your notes.1/14/2014POY234Timi Hager
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Canvas Apps for phone/tabletsInteract with your course and grade assignments on the go with Canvas and Speedgrader apps for android tablets and phones, iPad, and iPhone.1/21/2014POY234Karla Kmetz
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CompfightWant to find awesome photos to use in your online course? Check out Compfight. Compfight is a flickr search engine that locates Creative Commons licensed photos. Learn how to use Compfight to search for photos, download and add to your courses.1/28/2014POY234Timi Hager
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Canvas Quizzes2/4/2014POY234Gary Austin
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Photo Story 3Photo Story 3 is a free video-slideshare creator from Microsoft. Learn how to select photos, add captions, effects, and music to render an attractive video. 2/11/2014POY234Timi Hager
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PollEverywhereDon't turn off your cell phones! Leverage portable electronics in your class to engage students in anonymous response and polling through the use of cell phones, laptops, and tablets.2/18/2014POY234Karla Kmetz
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PreziPresentation software and storytelling tool for presenting ideas on a virtual canvas2/25/2014POY234Nikki Emert
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Canvas Discussions3/4/2014POY234Gary Austin
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ScreencastsScreencast-o-matic. One click screen capture recording for Windows or MAC computers, up to 15 minutes for free. Learn how to create a screencast for your students. 3/18/2014POY234Timi Hager
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Finding Images in Creative CommonsFind instructional graphics that are out of this world...and free to use. We will explore Tag Galaxy and other search engines to find images licensed under Creative Commons.3/25/2014POY234Karla Kmetz
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Google HangoutsDoing group projects in your online course? Turn your students on to Google Hangouts, an instant messaging and video platform. Hangouts will allow users to hold conversations between two or more users (up to 10), perfect for group work or for office hours. Learn how to use Google Hangouts.4/1/2014POY234Timi Hager
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Canvas SpeedGrader4/8/2014POY234Gary Austin
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Swank Digital CampusWhether you want your students to watch the latest blockbuster or a classic film, Swank Digital Pictures provides the opportunity to legally stream an entire film to your students directly in Canvas.4/15/2014POY234Karla Kmetz
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Tagxedo / Wordle – Word cloud creatorsWhat is a word cloud, want to create one? Learn how to make word clouds from text that you provide, customize font, theme, color, shape and orientation. 4/22/2014POY234Timi Hager
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Smart Pen/PencastingThe Smart Pen captures audio and time-stamps it to what is being written on the page. This can then be uploaded and broadcast as a video. Imagine students hearing your voice as you work through a math problem or annotating a written passage while following along with your penstrokes. 5/6/2014POY234Karla Kmetz
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Bi-Weekly Lunch & Learn Series - Thursdays 12pm-1pm
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Canvas Plug-insOpen collection of Edu Apps for Canvas. Learning Apps can add interactivity to your online course. Learn where to find Canvas apps and how to add to your course.1/16/2014POY234Timi Hager
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Collaborate Create real-time online sessions. Collaborate enables the delivery of live, online learning, training, coaching, mentoring and meeting. Learn to use this powerful tool to enhance your online or face-to-face course.1/30/2014POY234Gary Austin
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Google DriveGoogle Drives lets you store files, access them from anywhere, and collaborate with others. Google Drive is the home of Google Docs. Learn how to create and collaborate on documents, spreadsheets, and presentations. 2/13/2014POY234Timi Hager
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ADA AccessibilityConsidering accessibility for students with disabilities and universal design for learning creates a course that is more usable to all students. It can also prevent headaches during the accommodations process by building in these elements beforehand. Come learn how easy it is to create a more usable course.2/27/2014POY234Karla Kmetz
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PanoptoUSFSP sponsored video capture software, most effective for live audience recording if someone is absent. Learn how to get started with Panopto.3/27/2014POY234Timi Hager
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QM Rubric - Peer Review ProcessQuality Matters (QM) program is nationally recognized and has become the most widely used set of standards for the design of online & blended courses in Higher Education. Learn how to apply the QM rubric to review your online courses and prepare for the QM Peer Review.4/10/2014POY234Timi Hager
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Canvas Group Work4/24/2014POY234Gary Austin
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Library Resources for Faculty Tenure & PromotionLearn how to track your article and journal citations and locate journals with high impact factors.  Find out who is citing your research, and how to create citation profiles and citation alerts. For book authors, learn how to find book reviews, track US book sales, find out what libraries own your book.  Covering both new and well-established tools, this workshop will be useful for any faculty member who is preparing for promotion or mid-tenure review.5/8/2014POY234Kaya Van Beynen
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Monthly Emerging Technology Series - Fridays 1pm-3pm
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Intro to Canvas1/24/2014POY234Gary Austin
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Creating effective Discussion Boards for assessmentDiscussion boards can be a lesson in frustration when attempting to create meaningful interaction between students. This seminar will help provide evidence-based best practices to create meaningful interaction and replies to asynchronous online discussion boards.2/21/2014POY234Otis Wilder
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Creative Commons – licensing personal workCreative Commons is a licensing website which allows users to choose from 6 licenses to protect their personal work.3/21/2014POY234Digital Collections Team
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Flipped ClassroomA Form of blended learning in which students learn new content online and do homework in class. Flips the classroom from traditional lecture/homework pattern to students learning material prior to class and applying knowledge in class4/18/2014POY234Distance Learning Team
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