Technology Support and Teaching Tips for Instuctors
This document provides the HTML code and explains how to add “contact information” design elements to a Moodle course.
This document will provide the directions and HTML code to create a variety of horizontal design elements in Moodle
This document provides the instructions and code to add a “color header” design feature to a Moodle Label.
Learn how faculty at UMW are using Hypothesis, Flip, and Google Docs in their classes.
Dr. Debbie Seacrest shares how they use Remind to faciliate communications with students and make Zoom accessible for all participants. You can access the PowerPoint used in this presentation here.
This document provides the absolute basics for using the classroom SMARTBoards at UMW.
This workshop, presented by Dr. Debbie Seacrest, covers how to get started using classroom SMARTBoards at UMW. If you wish to access the slidedeck used in the presentation, if can be found on the eLearning SharePoint site.
Dr. Debbie Seacrest shares their universal design tips in using Zoom to enhance face-to-face class meetings. The slide deck that accompanies this presentation is available through SharePoint.
H5P is an open source, “no code” application that allows instructors to create a variety of interactive learning objects. This document will explain how to get started.
Teachers can create groups in Moodle to facilitate student collaboration in an online environment. This document describes how faculty can set activities to only be available for certains groups as well as sort submissions by group.
Teachers can create groups in Moodle to facilitate student collaboration in an online environment. This document provides information about the different group modes and how to create then edit groups.
This short asynchronous workshop covers priniciples of good online course design. Completing the workshop should take approximately 30 minutes.
This short asynchronous workshop covers applying best practices in undergraduate education to online courses. Completing the workshop should take approximately 30 minutes.
UMW Business and Technology Faculty Kevin Engellant shares how he uses Google forms in his classes. Recorded in June 2020.
In this webinar, UMW Business Faculty Christian Glide discusses how the COVID disruption impacted higher education, what it’s like to teach in an online block, and online learning in general. Recorded in June 2020.
UMW Education Faculty Katrina Kennett discusses portfolio-based assessment principles and the benefits to students. Recorded in July 2020.
This document discusses 10 methods for using the Hypothes.is tool to create social annotations with students. Provided as part of the August 2020 webinar for UMW faculty.
Brain Comeau’s slidedeck provided as part of his webinar on Hypothes.is for the UMW faculty in August 2020.
Ryan Comeau of Hypothes.is demonstrates how to create social annotation activities and assignments for UMW classes. Recorded in August 2020.
UMW Mathematics Faculty Debbie Seacrest shares how they uses Remind.com to keep in touch with students. Recorded in Fall of 2020 as part of UMW’s Faculty Conference.
UMW English Faculty Bethany Blankenship shares how she customizes her Moodle site and uses Speechify to increase accessibility. Recorded in Fall of 2020 as part of UMW’s Faculty Conference.
UMW English Faculty Jed Berry share some of the ways that he makes his syllabus and course design more student friendly. Recorded in Fall of 2020 as part of UMW’s Faculty Conference.
UMW Faculty share ideas and tips for teaching in an online, synchronous environment. Recorded in Fall of 2020 as part of UMW’s Faculty Conference.