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Summer 2017 Training Opportunities

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Microsoft Office 365 Summer Camp (Faculty and Staff) June
Blackboard Organizations 101 (Faculty and Staff)
Office 365 for Lunch (Facuty and Staff) Tthursdays: June 29 - August 3
Microsoft Office 365 Summer Camp (Faculty and Staff) August
Blackboard 101 (Faculty) August-evenings
Blackboard 101 (Faculty) August-mornings
Blackboard Walk-in Sessions (Faculty) August



 

 

Two sessions:
Monday-Thursday, June 12 - 16, 9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

or 2:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

FA 213

Microsoft Office 365 Summer Camp (Faculty and Staff)

June 12Office 365 Mail and Calendar:  Mail and calendar features have changed since the University migrated to Office 365. After completing this session, attendees will be able to:

    • Identify the features and benefits of the Office 365 platform
    • Access and share personal and resource (room) calendars
    • Edit and manage their Outlook Mail inbox

June 13: Everything You Wanted to Know About the OneDrive: With OneDrive, your documents are available anywhere, anytime, and with any mobile device. This workshop will: 

    • Review the Interface and settings
    • Demonstrate file uploading, copying and downloading
    • Use Office 365’s file-sharing and search functions

June 14: Microsoft Office Online: This session will focus on the features of the Office Online platform. Office Online includes access to both online and desktop Office applications. Participants will:

    • Receive an introduction to Office 2016 and its cross-platform, web-based suite
    • Collaborate and share documents in real time
    • Save files in the cloud straight from the desktop to OneDrive

June 15: Office 365 Collaborative Applications - Forms & Outlook Groups: This session will focus on two of Microsoft's newest collaborative applications Groups and Forms. At the conclusion of this workshop, users will be able to:

    • Build a workgroup and share documents and folders
    • Create a shared inbox and calendar
    • Use Forms to create a survey, collaborative activity and an engaging student poll

This workshop is staff focused. Faculty are welcome.

Register here: Morning session: http://bit.ly/2pvPk15

                      Afternoon session: http://bit.ly/2nxNYAM

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Tuesday-Thursday, June 20 – 22, 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

FA 213

Blackboard Organizations 101 (Faculty and Staff)

Designed for students, faculty and staff who lead or manage a Blackboard organization, the workshop will help you leverage Blackboard tools and content to deliver information and generate feedback from organization users. Topics include:

  • Edit the course menu
  • Announcements
  • Email
  • Add and manage course content
  • Manage content
  • Zoom video conferencing

The workshop is open to all faculty and staff.

Register here: http://bit.ly/2odXaJ8

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Thursday, June 27, through August 1, 3:30 - 4:30 p.m. Online

Online Tuesdays (Faculty and Staff)

Online Tuesdays are a series of one-hour seminars delivered online via Zoom webinar. Each week, attendees will receive a brief overview of a specific Microsoft Office 365 application, and are shown how to complete specific tasks with the application. Choose from the following topics:

  • June 27: Office 365 Mail and Calendar:  Mail and calendar features have changed since the University migrated to Office 365. Upon completing this session, attendees will be able to:
    • Identify the features and benefits of the Office 365 platform
    • Access and share personal and resource (room) calendars
    • Edit and manage their Outlook Mail inbox
  • July 11: Everything You Wanted to Know About the OneDrive: With OneDrive, your documents are available anywhere, anytime, and with any mobile device. This workshop will:
    • Review the Interface and settings
    • Demonstrate file uploading, copying and downloading
    • Use Office 365’s file-sharing and search functions
  • July 18: Microsoft Office Online: This session will focus on the features of the Office Online platform. Office Online includes access to both online and desktop Office applications. Participants will:
    • Receive an introduction to Office 2016 and its cross-platform, web-based suite
    • Collaborate and share documents in real time
    • Save files in the cloud straight from the desktop to OneDrive
  • August 1: Office 365 Collaborative Applications - Forms & Outlook Groups This session will focus on two of Microsoft's newest collaborative applications Groups and Forms. At the conclusion of this workshop, users will be able to:
    • Build a workgroup and share documents and folders
    • Create a shared inbox and calendar
    • Use Forms to create a survey, collaborative activity and an engaging student poll

Register here: http://bit.ly/2nhGUFq  

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Thursday, June 29, through August 3, Noon- 1:00 p.m.

AD 310

Office 365 for Lunch (Faculty and Staff)

Technology 4 Lunch is a series of one-hour lunchtime seminars. Each week, attendees will receive a brief overview of a specific Microsoft Office 365 application, and are shown how to complete specific tasks with the application.

Choose from the following topics

  • June 29: Office 365 Mail and Calendar: Mail and calendar features have changed since the University migrated to Office 365. Upon completing this session, attendees will be able to:
      • Identify the features and benefits of the Office 365 platform
      • Access and share personal and resource (room) calendars
      • Edit and manage their Outlook Mail inbox
  • July 5: Microsoft Office Online: This session will focus on the features of the Office Online platform. Office Online includes access to both online and desktop Office applications. Participants will:
      • Receive an introduction to Office 2016 and its cross-platform, web-based suite
      • Collaborate and share documents in real time
      • Save files in the cloud straight from the desktop to OneDrive
    July 6: Everything You Wanted to Know About the OneDrive: With OneDrive, your documents are available anywhere, anytime, and with any mobile device. This workshop will:
      • Review the Interface and settings
      • Demonstrate file uploading, copying and downloading
      • Use Office 365’s file-sharing and search functions
  • July 13: Microsoft Office Online: This session will focus on the features of the Office Online platform. Office Online includes access to both online and desktop Office applications. Participants will:
      • Receive an introduction to Office 2016 and its cross-platform, web-based suite
      • Collaborate and share documents in real time
      • Save files in the cloud straight from the desktop to OneDrive
  • July 19: Office 365 Mail and Calendar:  Mail and calendar features have changed since the University migrated to Office 365. Upon completing this session, attendees will be able to:
      • Identify the features and benefits of the Office 365 platform
      • Access and share personal and resource (room) calendars
      • Edit and manage their Outlook Mail inbox
    July 20: Office 365 Collaborative Applications - Forms & Outlook Groups: This session will focus on two of Microsoft's newest collaborative applications; Groups and Forms. At the conclusion of this workshop, users will be able to:
      • Build a workgroup and share documents and folders
      • Create a shared inbox and calendar
      • Use Forms to create a survey, collaborative activity and an engaging student poll
  • August 2: Everything You Wanted to Know About the OneDrive: With OneDrive, your documents are available anywhere, anytime, and with any mobile device. This workshop will:
      • Review the Interface and settings
      • Demonstrate file uploading, copying and downloading
      • Use Office 365’s file-sharing and search functions
    August 3: Office 365 Mail and Calendar:  Mail and calendar features have changed since the University migrated to Office 365. Upon completing this session, attendees will be able to:
      • Identify the features and benefits of the Office 365 platform
      • Access and share personal and resource (room) calendars
      • Edit and manage their Outlook Mail inbox

Staff focused. Faculty are welcome.

Register here: http://bit.ly/2mQJdUh

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Two sessions daily:

Monday-Thursday, August 7 – 10, 9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. or 2:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.

AD310

Microsoft Office 365 Summer Camp (Faculty and Staff)

August 7: Office 365 Mail and Calendar:  Mail and calendar features have changed since the University migrated to Office 365. Upon completing this session, attendees will be able to:

    • Identify the features and benefits of the Office 365 platform
    • Access and share personal and resource (room) calendars
    • Edit and manage their Outlook Mail inbox

August 8: Everything You Wanted to Know About the OneDrive: With OneDrive, your documents are available anywhere, anytime, and with any mobile device. This workshop will: 

    • Review the Interface and settings
    • Demonstrate file uploading, copying and downloading
    • Use Office 365’s file-sharing and search functions

August 9: Microsoft Office Online: This session will focus on the features of the Office Online platform. Office Online includes access to both online and desktop Office applications. Participants will:

    • Receive an introduction to Office 2016 and its cross-platform, web-based suite
    • Collaborate and share documents in real time
    • Save files in the cloud straight from the desktop to OneDrive

August 10: Collaborative Applications - Forms & Outlook Groups: This session will focus on two of Microsoft's newest collaborative applications Groups and Forms. At the conclusion of this workshop, users will be able to:

    • Build a workgroup and share documents and folders
    • Create a shared inbox and calendar
    • Use Forms to create a survey, collaborative activity and an engaging student poll

This workshop is staff focused. Faculty are welcome.

Register here: Morning session: http://bit.ly/2neKtvG.

                      Afternoon session: http://bit.ly/2oIkMro

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Monday - Wednesday; August 14-16, 5:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

AD310

Blackboard 101 (Faculty) Evenings

UIW uses the Blackboard Learning Management System (LMS). An LMS helps the instructor deliver course material to the students, administer tests and other assignments, track student progress, and manage their online gradebook. We have designed the workshop for first-time Blackboard users and adjunct faculty to explain the basics of Blackboard.

This three-day course will cover the following topics:

The UIW Course Template

Announcements

Email

Course content

Assignments/SafeAssign and the Plagiarism Checker

Grade Center

This course is open to full-time and adjunct faculty. Seating is limited.

Make your reservation here: http://bit.ly/2mNI0gF

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Tuesday-Thursday; August 15-17, 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

AD310

Blackboard 101 (Faculty) Mornings

UIW uses the Blackboard Learning Management System (LMS). An LMS helps the instructor
deliver course material to the students, administer tests and other assignments, track student
progress, and manage their online gradebook. We have designed the workshop for first-time
Blackboard users and adjunct faculty to explain the basics of Blackboard.

This three-day course will cover the following topics:

Announcements

Email

Course Content

Assignments

Grade Center

This course is open to full-time and adjunct faculty. Seating is limited.

Register here: http://bit.ly/2nxXcx4

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Tuesday & Wednesday, August 29 & 30, 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

AD 212

Blackboard Walk-in Sessions (Faculty)

Stop by the Center for Teaching and Learning for an opportunity to get your courses ready for the spring. Bring your syllabus, PowerPoint presentations or other documentation. We can also help you to set up your Grade Center, copy course materials from last semester’s course, and create a Zoom collaborative online session.

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