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March 24, 2020

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CITL Blog: Community Engaged Learning: Reimagine and Recommit to Community

Upcoming Events

Webinar I: Online Whiteboarding for Instructors

Webinar II: Online Whiteboarding for Collaboration

Keep Teaching: Math Online - Virtual Course Tour

Keep Teaching: Zoom for Instructors

Keep Teaching: Recording and Sharing Video using Kaltura

Keep Teaching: Using the Syllabus to Guide Changes in Your Course

Announcements

CITL Blog: Community Engaged Learning: Reimagine and Recommit to Community

Rushing to online teaching may feel loaded with learning new tools for remote teaching and learning and adjusting expectations and familiar practices like giving exams and conducting attendance. Amid the rapid change, recall your commitment to community-based instruction to invigorate your teaching for the rest of the semester. While this post refers to tools of community-engaged pedagogy, instructors not teaching with community may find inspiration.

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Upcoming Events

Webinar I: Online Whiteboarding for Instructors

Thursday, March 26, 2020 10:30 a.m. - 11 a.m., Online

Are you looking for an alternative to a classroom whiteboard or chalkboard while teaching online? This webinar discusses ways instructors can use digital whiteboarding to either record asynchronous class content or during live synchronous Zoom class sessions.

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Webinar II: Online Whiteboarding for Collaboration

Thursday, March 26, 2020 11:30 a.m. - 12 noon, Online

Are you looking for a way for students to collaborate on problems with you or with each other? This webinar discusses Google Jamboard, a powerful digital whiteboarding tool that automatically saves whiteboarding sessions so users can open and continue editing them later. With Jamboard, you and your students can draw and sketch the way you would on a traditional whiteboard.

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Keep Teaching: Math Online - Virtual Course Tour

Thursday, March 26, 2020 3 p.m. - 4:15 p.m., Online

Are you unsure what your course may look like in Canvas or where to even start in moving it? In this webinar, you will be led on a virtual tour of two online math courses by Anna Savvopoulou (Associate Professor, South Bend) and Elizabeth Housworth (Professor, Bloomington). During this time, you’ll be able to get an idea of how face-to-face elements might work in the online space. Anna & Elizabeth will provide suggestions on which aspects to focus on for the current move to remote learning.

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Keep Teaching: Zoom for Instructors

Multiple Dates and Times, Online

Join this webinar to learn how to use Zoom to provide your students with short recordings, hold online office hours, and record meetings. IU faculty, staff, and students can use Zoom, a video conferencing and online collaboration tool, to host meetings that anyone can join. In this webinar, you will learn how to access your account, schedule, manage and record meetings.

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Keep Teaching: Recording and Sharing Video Using Kaltura

Multiple Dates and Times, Online

Kaltura is an IU supported set of video tools that allows you to record and edit video and share it with your students in Canvas. Learn how you can use Kaltura to record your lecture, edit your video, easily add navigation (bookmarks) within your video, verify the accuracy of the video captions, and share them with your students in Canvas.

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Keep Teaching: Using the Syllabus to Guide Changes in Your Course

Multiple Dates and Times, Online

In this webinar, you will engage in conversation about the adaptations you need to make to your course and how you will communicate those changes to your students. We will frame our conversation around a sample syllabus to guide your decisions about the components of your course that need to be updated. We will also discuss strategies for changing these components to ensure that your students can continue to learn effectively and efficiently in the new learning environment.

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