Workshops

Upcoming Workshops

 Workshop Title & Desc.
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JoVE Free Webinar: The Resurgence of Libraries

We will discuss how librarians can leverage virtual resources like JoVE to support their institutions; We will also discuss tips for librarians looking for effective ways to assist faculty and students looking for various kinds of remote teaching support, labs looking to save costs, researchers working on academic papers from home, and other members of their academic communities. This session will offer insights into the kinds of library-led initiatives that can be developed to address remote or hybrid learning and research challenges.

October 22, 2020 @9:00 amRegister for Resurgence of Libraries

Dean of Students Office: "Wait You Did What?" Understanding the Student Conduct Process

This 50-minute presentation is presented by Roger Wang, Associate Dean of Students. This presentation will go over the student conduct process here at HSU, relevant policies to faculty and staff, and how faculty and staff can advocate and assist students through this process.

October 22, 2020 @1:00 pm
Join Conduct Workshop with Zoom!

JoVE Free Webinar: The Hybrid Classroom of the Future

In this session, we will speak about what we have learned during the process of designing these courses, discussing the benefits of hybrid instruction, as well as likely challenges and actionable ways to address these. We will also cover different forms of hybrid instruction, including the asynchronous flipped model.

October 28, 2020 @9:00 amRegister for Hybrid Classroom

Digitally Enhanced Teaching: Engaging Synchronous Sessions with Zoom Tools

Join this workshop that will provide an experiential opportunity to engage with a variety of Zoom tools for synchronous sessions, including breakout rooms, polling, chat, screenshare, and more.

October 29, 2020 @2:00 pmRegister for Zoom Tools 

Dean of Students Office: "Wait You Did What?" Understanding the Student Conduct Process

This 50-minute presentation is presented by Roger Wang, Associate Dean of Students. This presentation will go over the student conduct process here at HSU, relevant policies to faculty and staff, and how faculty and staff can advocate and assist students through this process.

October 30, 2020 @12:00 pm
Join Conduct Workshop with Zoom!

Dean of Students Office: CARE Services and Connecting Students to Support

This presentation will provide practical tips to help faculty and staff identify students who may be experiencing distress, crisis, or an emergency and ways they can refer them to on and off-campus resources, including the CARE office. We will also provide information on the CARE Services office can provide to students and how to refer students to our office.

November 4, 2020 @11:00 am
Join CARE Services Workshop with Zoom!

Digitally Enhanced Teaching: Using Canvas Analytics to Identify and Reach Students

If we only had more information sooner to support the success of our students. Now we do! Canvas New Analytics is an amazing visual dashboard that educators have at their fingertips. Track and analyze student performance and behavior; provide critical, timely communication that can make a difference in a student’s success in the course, e.g., identifying students who may need additional support in a critical time period; and view students’ engagement that can inform timely design and pedagogical choices that make a difference in their learning.

November 5, 2020 @11:00 amRegister for Canvas Analytics

Digitally Enhanced Teaching: Canvas Design with Modules, Pages, or Both... Oh My!

Explore the ways in which to design your Canvas course using Canvas Pages and/or Modules that organize and structure course content. You will be introduced to a variety of ways to use these features to help you meet your needs, and the needs of your students.

November 12, 2020 @2:00 pmRegister for Canvas Design

Collegial Roundtable: Student Engagement

This session is essentially a roundtable discussion. The purpose is to share what student engagement looks like in your classes, what is working, and to get ideas from colleagues. The challenges are numerous, so this session focuses on solutions and approaches. Please join us to share your experiences and get ideas from others.

November 19, 2020 @11:00 amRegister for Collegial Roundtable

Digitally Enhanced Teaching: Canvas Gradebook & SpeedGrader

Learn how to configure the gradebook to provide students up to date information on their progress in the course. Learn to organize assignments into groups, set percentage weights, add extra credit, and activate drop the lowest score. See SpeedGrader in action as you practice efficient grading workflows, providing students timely feedback. Learn to view the gradebook in a variety of ways to gather the information needed to answer student questions and track the progress of students.

December 10, 2020 @2:00 pmRegister for Canvas Gradebook

 

Recorded Workshops

 

Workshop
Recordings and Resources

JoVE Free Webinar: Reimagining a Field Course for Virtual Delivery

The session focused on lessons learned from the process of designing and executing the virtual course, translating them into recommendations for fellow faculty and lab coordinators. 

Recording

CSU Equity & Engagement in the Remote Classroom: Using Protocols for Equitable Participation

By preparing protocols for large and small group discussions, faculty can ensure equitable participation that is not likely to occur when they simply invite all students to engage in open forums.

Presented by: Estela Zárate, Professor of Educational Leadership at CSU Fullerton

Slides

Recording (Coming Soon!)

H5P: A Tool for Interactive Learning

H5P is just the tool to combine text, images, audio or video in ways that engage students.

Presented by: Sue Armitage, CTL

Zoom Recorded Webinar

Humanizing Online in the Final Weeks

We will discuss and share some essential humanizing strategies to support our students and ourselves in the final weeks of the semester.

Presented by: Kim Vincent-Layton, CTL

Recording 4/30/20: Humanizing Online in the Final Weeks

Humanizing Collective Resource Doc

Using Free Remind Service for Sending Texts to Students

Learn how to use this messaging app to effectively reach out to your students!

Presented by: Deidre Pike, Journalism

Recording: Using Free Remind Service for Sending Texts to Students

Creating an Engaging Discussion Activity

In this workshop, we will explore the Canvas Discussion tool as a way to support student engagement and learning.

Presented by: Armeda Reitzel, Communication

Recording: Part 1

Recording: Part 2

Workshop Integrated Presentation

Checking in: Well-Being Inquiry as Part of Class

Ask students about their well-being using Flipgrid and Canvas Announcements.

Presented by Brandilynn Villarreal, Psychology

Recording: Checking in, Well-Being Inquiry as Part of Class

Coordinating Appointments with Google Calendar and Zoom Virtual Office Hours

Recording: Coordinating Appointments with Google Calendar and Zoom Virtual Office Hours

Get Started Strategies for Teaching Through Disruption

This guide will explore some key teaching decisions to consider, walk through where to find resources, discuss practical considerations, and share tips for ensuring your students feel supported.

Getting Started Strategies for Teaching Through Disruption Recording


Keep Teaching Remote Worksheet

Humanizing Online Learning and Teaching

As we make choices to adapt our instruction to alternative modes, humanizing the experience is essential to learning. In this session we will explore a variety of humanizing strategies and tools that support the connection between the cognitive and affective domains that are integral to learning.

Humanizing Online Learning and Teaching Recording


Humanizing Learning and Teaching in Times of Disruption

Engaged Learning with a Toolkit of Technologies

What’s out there besides Canvas tools? Let’s dive into more ideas and technologies to engage students in their learning and keep them connected during times of disruption.

Engaged Learning with a Toolkit of Technologies Recording


VoiceThread Example Assignment

Canvas Basics: Course Set-Up, Communication, and Share Files

This session will provide a brief overview of the interface and basic features of Canvas. The Keep Teaching Basic Template will be introduced to help you organize your course. Each of the following tools will be shared: Navigation, Settings, Syllabus, Communication, Files.

Canvas Basics: Course Set-Up, Communication, and Share Files Recording

Creating and Organizing Content in Canvas

This session builds upon the Canvas Basics by focusing on the creation of content in Canvas to support learning and teaching. You will be introduced to a variety of Canvas tools designed to help you meet your needs, including Pages and Modules.

Creating and Organizing Content in Canvas Recording 

Canvas GradeBook Basics: Streamlining Grading

Learn the basics of Canvas GradeBook, including set-up, extra credit, grading efficiency strategies, calculating course grade.

Grading Basics Microlearning

Collecting Assignments and Delivering Tests in Canvas

In this session you will have an opportunity to familiarize yourself and make choices among the various Canvas assessment features and functionalities. We will explore the following tools: Assignments, Quizzes/Exams, Rubrics, Speedgrader, and Course Analytics.

AT Guide: Collecting Assignments and Delivering Tests in Canvas - Keep Teaching Video Tutorials

Student Engagement and Collaboration in Canvas

In this session we will explore and apply Canvas tools and various pedagogies of your choice that support student engagement and interaction, including Discussions, Page (as a wiki), Collaborations, Groups, and Peer Review.

Student Engagement and Collaboration in Canvas Slides

Canvas Guides

Zoom Basics: Using Zoom Tools for Learning and Teaching

You will learn the basics of using Zoom, how to set up a Zoom live session, practice the basic tools including Microphone, Video, Participants, Chat, and Screenshare.

Zoom Basics Microlearning

Creating recorded Lectures Using Zoom

Create microlectures using your HSU Zoom account. We will explore the different ways lectures can be recorded including video, voice over PowerPoint presentations. You will be connected to digital resources that can provide guidance to support your continued work. Recommended: Zoom Basics

Creating recorded Lectures Using Zoom Recording


Steps to Create Recorded Lectures in Zoom

Creating Accessible Course Materials

This is an opportunity to work through your course materials to make them accessible for student use. We will work with Canvas Ally to evaluate the extent to which your materials are accessible and use its features to translate materials into various formats. We will also address how to caption video lectures.

Creating Accessible Course Materials Microlearning

Self-Paced Workshops

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  • Intro to Canvas & Online Activities
  • Leveraging Multimedia
  • Creating Interactive Content
  • Accessibility at HSU