webinars Jan 2018

    Time 

    Company 

    Webinar 

    1/11 

    1pm 

    Respondus 

    Instructor Training for LockDown Browser & Respondus Monitor: Prevent Cheating During Online Exams

    This comprehensive training webinar is intended for instructors who plan to use LockDown Browser and/or Respondus Monitor with online exams. The session provides a detailed demonstration of both applications, including the automated flagging system within Respondus Monitor. The webinar is 45 minutes, plus a Q&A period at the end. 

    Thursday, January 11th at 2 pm ET (11 am PT)

    Tuesday, January 23rd at 3 pm ET (12 pm PT)

     

    1/12 

    1pm 

    TLT 

    Top Technologies to Foster Efficient (and Effective) Online Teaching

    Date: January 12, 2018 2 pm Eastern 
    Guest: Jean Mandernach, Ph.D. Executive Director of the Center for Innovation in Research and Teaching at Grand Canyon University 
    Moderators: Steve Gilbert, TLT Group, Sally Gilbert, TLT Group, Beth Dailey, TLT Group

    Description

     

    Register: http://tltgroup.roundtablelive.org/event-2760706

     

     

    1/23 

    2pm 

    Respondus 

    Instructor Training for LockDown Browser & Respondus Monitor: Prevent Cheating During Online Exams

    This comprehensive training webinar is intended for instructors who plan to use LockDown Browser and/or Respondus Monitor with online exams. The session provides a detailed demonstration of both applications, including the automated flagging system within Respondus Monitor. The webinar is 45 minutes, plus a Q&A period at the end. 

    Tuesday, January 23rd at 3 pm ET (12 pm PT)

     

    1/23

    1pm

    Level Access

    Date: Tuesday, January 23rd
    Time: 2:00pm EST (Time Zone Converter)

    Where is digital accessibility heading in 2018? Find out in this year’s installment of our popular Digital Accessibility Trends webinar! Level Access CEO Tim Springer will share key digital accessibility trends and developments, and discuss the current state and projections for:

    The Market

    • Big-Picture Trends and Numbers
    • Accessibility Analytics
    • Who is Using What

    Laws and Regulations

    • Perspective on the Trump administration, one year in
    • Section 508 Refresh is Finally Here
    • ADA Regulations and Enforcement Updates
    • EU Public Sector Procurement and Development Law
    • FCC Regulations, Including CVAA

    Technology

    • Mobile Accessibility
    • Voice Interfaces
    • Multi-Device Access Solutions
    • Augmented Reality

     

     

    Register: http://info.levelaccess.com/0123Webi...WGM0V2ZNIn0%3D

     

    1/24

    1pm

    Campus Technology

    Digital Technology is Changing Teaching and Learning

    McGraw-Hill Education’s fourth annual Digital Study Trends Survey asked college students from across the U.S. what they like—and don’t like—about digital learning technology, everything from e-books to learning management systems. In this webcast, moderated by Campus Technology Executive Editor Rhea Kelly, we will learn from two experts who'll share personal insights into how digital technology has changed teaching and learning at their universities.

    Date: 01/24/18

    Time: 11:00 AM PT

    1/25

    Noon

    Educause

    Student Privacy in Higher Education: What's Next?

    The chief privacy officer of the US Department of Education (ED) will brief us on trends in higher education privacy, discussing in particular recent ED guidance about limitations on how institutions can use financial assistance data. She will also discuss ED's new emphasis on data security in higher education, as well as the implications for your school.

    Outcomes

    ·   Review trends in higher ed privacy generally

    ·   Review recent ED guidance about limitations on the use of financial assistance data

    ·   Learn about ED's new emphasis on data security

    https://events.educause.edu/educause...ion-whats-next

     

    1-30

    2pm

    D2L

    Evaluating the Quality of Online Teaching – Part One

    This two-part webinar addresses the development of a process that can be used by academic administrators to evaluate the quality of online teaching. The current evaluation processes at many colleges do not specifically address online instruction, and most academic administrators have limited personal experience with online course design and instruction. As part of this webinar, effective practices in online instruction and online faculty evaluation will be explored.

    https://www.d2l.com/resources/webinars/evaluating-quality-online-teaching-part-one/

    1/30 

    2pm 

    Training Magazine 

    Copyright Basics for Trainers:  
    Selecting Images and Music That Won’t Break the Budget – or the Law 

     

    Description 

    Research indicates that images are vital for engaging, as well as informing, our audiences. Or a catchy tune can aid as a reminder tool. But in the rush to find the perfect image or music, the role of copyright and licensing may be overlooked. 
      
    In this session, Barbara Ingrassia provides an overview of copyright basics and how to utilize those concepts when selecting images and music for training materials.  Barbara is a certified copyright manager, speaker, and trainer. She has a passion for raising awareness of the role of copyright in our daily lives. We are all consumers and creators of copyright-protected works, and understanding some copyright basics can help us avoid unpleasant “surprises.” 
     
    Sources of free and no-cost (with conditions) content, search techniques, and best practices/guidelines will be discussed.  How to protect your own original content will also be addressed. 
     
    Following this webinar, attendees will be able to: 

    ·         explain the importance of copyright awareness 

    ·         identify appropriate sources for finding suitable content 

    ·         determine the copyright status of works found on the Internet and elsewhere. 

    ·         develop and apply best practices for complying with copyright law and license terms 

    Register: https://www.trainingmagnetwork.com/events/1274?gref=calendar

     

    2/5

    1pm

    QP

    Overview of QuestionPro

    https://questionpro.zoom.us/webinar/...rica%2FChicago

    2/12

    1pm

     

    QP

    Make your surveys smart using Logic

    https://questionpro.zoom.us/webinar/...Q32creS5lkIosQ

     

    2/13

    2pm

    D2L

    Evaluating the Quality of Online Teaching – Part Two

    Two useful documents will be shared in this webinar. The first is a five-part Pre-Evaluation Worksheet. The second document is a five-category rubric for evaluating teaching performance of online instructors. These documents are sharable and editable. Use these documents to start or build upon your existing online faculty evaluation process.

    https://www.d2l.com/resources/webinars/evaluating-quality-online-teaching-part-two/

    2/19

    1pm

     

    Survey Distribution Methods

    https://questionpro.zoom.us/webinar/...STSsm-gOAXVLdg

    2/21

    12:30

    D2L

    Tips and tricks for a successful roll out of Daylight

    Are you getting ready to transition to Daylight, the new design system for Brightspace? During this session we’ll walk you through recent Daylight updates and share best practices for a successful Daylight roll out.

    Introduction

    • An overview of Daylight – the new Brightspace design system
    • Recent Daylight changes

    Daylight change management strategies:

    • What does a successful communication strategy look like?
    • Where can I find exemplary resources?

    Daylight site configuration best practices:

    • Where to find our Daylight Tips and Tricks checklist
    • Key concepts and tips
    https://www.d2l.com/resources/webinars/tips-tricks-successful-roll-daylight/

    2/22

    1pm

     

    What survey says?- Reporting

    https://zoom.us/webinar/register/7ad...10d14dfea9e911

     

     

     

    3/6

    2pm

    D2L

    Adding Action to Your Online Course: Outside-The-Box Techniques to Increase Student Engagement from a Distance

    Active learning has been proven to increase student understanding and success, but it can be difficult to effectively translate engaging in-class activities to the online space. In this webinar, we will look at the challenges faced by online educators and course designers when trying to infuse online courses with active learning. Then, we will begin to overcome those challenges with a mindset shift (borrowed from the world of theatre), and look at specific strategies and best practices that can be easily added to any classroom setting to add some ACTION.

    https://www.d2l.com/resources/webina...online-course/

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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