Workshops are free and open to all. Most workshops will have a guide, so if you can't make it, you can still review some of the materials on your own.
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Course Design Workshops
The following is a list of all course design and digital learning workshops that will happen in the Collaborative Learning Space this fall. These workshops are designed for those who are or will be teaching in moodle- faculty and doctoral students. If you are unable to attend a scheduled workshop but are interested in the topic, please let Kyle Schiefelbein-Guerrero know, and we can schedule an individual consultation. Please RSVP to email@example.com to sign up for the workshops.
Assessment with Rubrics and Moodle’s Gradebook
Performing concrete assessment is an important part of a course. One important tool is the grading rubric. This workshop provides ideas for creating rubrics, adding them to Moodle, and using Moodle’s gradebook to do all the math for assessment.
Monday, November 5, 10:00 to 11:30 am
Tuesday, November 6, 2:30 to 4:00 pm
Additional workshops on different topics will occur in the Spring semester.
We've finished teaching these, but we have linked the guides or videos so you can catch up on the content. If you have a prefered weekday & time for a specific workshop and want one taught again, let us know firstname.lastname@example.org and we will try to schedule it. Professors- we are happy to teach these in your class!
Learn to use this free citation management software to organize your research. It integrates with Microsoft Office to create an alphabetized bibliography in your choice of style, including Turabian. Note: This workshop was recorded, so you can watch it anytime.
Top Time-Saving Tips for Library Research
This quick workshop will teach you how to be a more efficent researcher.
Re-introduction to the library
Did you miss library orientation? Maybe it's been a while since you've dived into research. Come for a re-orientation to the library resources.
Writing an exegesis paper can be a daunting task but a rewarding process. Learn to use both print and online resources for biblical exegesis available through the GTU library and on the Internet.
Connect with your audience and learn how to share your research in a variety of formats including at conference presentations, poster sessions, infographics, and online.