Keep Teaching Weekly Webinars

Check out the new line up of Keep Teaching webinars!
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ATSS Weekly Webinars

A fresh line-up of Keep Teaching webinars are now available! Listed below are the scheduled sessions for the week of May 18th. Webinars consist of short demonstrations and time for questions and answers. 

Keep Teaching

Make sure to use the Keep Teaching website as a reference. It is continuously being updated and revised as we work our way through this challenging time. Drop-in sessions are available to instructors, Monday - Friday, from 10 am to 2 pm.

Date and Time

Webinar Topic

Registration link

Monday, May 18
Noon

10 things students want their instructors to know about Canvas
Students are continuously in Canvas. A recent UMN student focus group revealed insights on what you can do in your Canvas course site that can help them succeed.

Register for "10 Things"

 

Tuesday, May 19
11 a.m.

Intro to OER
In this session we'll discuss what open educational resources are, why they are needed, and where to find them. We will also showcase examples of OER projects and initiatives at the University of Minnesota.

Register for "Intro to OER" 

Wednesday, May 20
1 p.m.

Creating authentic assessments
This session provides an understanding of how authenticity can lead to higher levels of engagement and motivation, look at concrete steps to creating an engaging and motivating assessment, and create the assignment using Canvas. 

Register for "Creating authentic assessments"

Thursday, May 21
1 p.m.

Accessibility
We will cover all things accessibility related in Canvas. We are available to answer questions about best practices, UDOIT, or accessible exams.

Register for "Accessibility"

Friday, May 22 11 a.m.

Video for Learning: Creating digestible content for students
Learn strategies to increase the likelihood of students engaging with your video. Choose appropriate technologies to record, edit, share your videos. See how video analytics can help you see the fruits of your labor.

Register for "Video for Learning"