Workshop and Training Offerings with Descriptions

  • The topics listed below are offered by the Instructional Design Services.

  • Use Feedback Studio by Turnitin with D2L Brightspace
    This workshop will show how Feedback Studio, by Turnitin, is a plagiarism prevention service that allows faculty the ability to check student papers and written assignments for originality against Internet sources, other student submissions, academic databases and more at the same time students are electronically submitting them to the instructor. Feedback Studio also provides an easy way for faculty to give feedback to students. Faculty can drag and drop feedback or leave voice comments.
    Researched Evidence for Pedagogical use of Video and Resources
    This session will endeavor to demonstrate the value of the pedagogical use of video-based learning.
    Pedagogical Best Practices for Online and Blended Courses
    Fundamentals of online pedagogy and course design. There is substantial research promoting the use of video in the classroom as a dynamic resource for supporting curricula. Come learn the pedagogical value of video-based learning and tips on media planning.
    Introduction to Zoom
    Zoom is synchronous software for communication as well as collaboration for online or face-to-face courses.
    Effective Use of itube
    IUP’s itube: IUP's video streaming service. itube makes adding video to your courses and provides a seamless user experience. This session will provide instructors an overview of the itube service, a demonstration in uploading video, and how to share video in courses, using Brightspace.
    D2L Interactive Rubric Workshop
    Rubrics are a means of communicating expectations for an assignment, providing focused feedback on works in progress, and grading final products.
    D2L Boot Camps
    The Boot Camp contains all five of our Desire2Learn workshops (Content and Navigation, Quizzes, Grades, Dropbox/Discussions, and Fundamentals of Online Pedagogy).
    Basics of Open Educational Resources OER
    Open Educational Resources (OER) are defined Teaching, learning, and research materials and any medium that reside in the public domain or that have been released under an open license that permits no-cost access, use, adaptation, and redistribution by others. Come join us to find out more about OER.
    Advanced Features of Zoom
    Advanced Features of Zoom. This workshop demonstrates more advanced features of Zoom, to include Breakout Rooms, Polling, Registration, Reports, Require a Password, and Attention Tracking.