Centre for Teaching Excellence

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Teaching with eLearn Thursdays

 

These 30-min sessions will provide hands-on tutorials for moving your face-to-face course modules, assessments, etc. to eLearn. Each tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn by walking you through the steps. Each session will answer a question “How do I …. on eLearn?”. If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available sessions/dates. Resources related to each of sessions will also be provided.

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Groups - October 29

How do I do create groups on eLearn?
10:00 am & 1:30 pm

This 30 min session is a hands-on tutorial for creating groups or allowing students to select their groups using eLearn.  The tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn, walking you through the steps.  If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available dates.

How do I do a group presentation assignment in eLearn?     
10:30 am & 2:00 pm

eLearn does not offer the option to have a live audience for a “traditional” group presentation in front of class (Zoom, MS Teams or WebEx offer this option).  This 30 min session is a hands-on tutorial for creating, grading and having students view (asynchronously) a group presentation in eLearn.  The tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn, walking you through the steps.  If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available dates.

 

How do I grade a group project/presentation in eLearn?    
11:00 am & 2:30 pm

This 30 min session is a hands-on tutorial for grading a group submission on eLearn. The tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn, walking you through the steps required. If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available dates.

How do I provide feedback on a group project?
12:00 pm & 3:00 pm

This 30 min session is a hands-on tutorial for providing feedback on a group project/presentation in eLearn – written comments on the submission, summary comments, highlighting, check marks, etc. The tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn, walking you through the steps. If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available dates.

How do I do Peer Evaluation on eLearn?
12:30 pm & 4:00 pm

This 30 min session is a hands-on tutorial for moving an existing Peer Evaluation form onto eLearn. The tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn, walking you through the steps. If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available dates.

How do I do a sign-up sheet in eLearn?
4:30 pm

This 30 min session is a hands-on tutorial for creating a sign sheet for groups, presentation slots, topics, etc. The tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn, walking you through the steps. If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available dates.

Teaching with eLearn Thursdays

 

Instruction - November 5 & 12
How do I communicate the agenda, objectives of the lesson and or tasks on eLearn?
Nov 5  10:00 am & Nov 12  4:30 pm

This 30 min session is a hands-on tutorial on communicating the agenda on eLearn. The tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn, walking you through the steps. If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available dates.

How do I do a pre-learning or readiness for learning activity on eLearn?
Nov 5 10:30 am & Nov 12 4:00 pm

This 30 min session is a hands-on tutorial on conducting a pre-learning activity on eLearn.  The tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn, walking you through the steps.  If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available dates.

How do I move my lecture/class onto eLearn?
Nov 5 11:00 am  & Nov 12 3:00 pm

This 30 min session is a hands-on tutorial for moving an existing 3-hr or 1.5-hr class module (lecture, activities, etc.) onto eLearn, avoiding the “scroll of death”.  The tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn, walking you through the steps.  If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available dates.

How do I do small group discussions on eLearn?
Nov 5  12:00 pm

This 30 min session is a hands-on tutorial on conducting a small group discussion on eLearn. The tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn, walking you through the steps. If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available dates.

How do I do a field trip on eLearn?
Nov 5  12:30 pm & Nov 12 2:00 pm

This 30 min session is a hands-on tutorial on undertaking a field trip on eLearn. The tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn, walking you through the steps. If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available dates.

How do I do Think-Pair-Share on eLearn?
Nov 5  1:30 pm & Nov 12  12:00 pm

This 30 min session is a hands-on tutorial on conducting a Think-Pair-Share activity on eLearn. The tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn, walking you through the steps. If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available dates.

How do I do brainstorming activity on eLearn?
Nov 5  2:00 pm

This 30 min session is a hands-on tutorial on conducting a brainstorming activity on eLearn. The tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn, walking you through the steps. If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available dates.

How do I do peer review on eLearn?
Nov 5  2:30 pm & Nov 12 11:00 am

This 30 min session is a hands-on tutorial on coordinating a peer review activity on eLearn. The tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn, walking you through the steps. If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available dates.

How do I do a teach back activity on eLearn?
Nov 5  3:00 pm & Nov 12 1:30 pm

This 30 min session is a hands-on tutorial on conducting a teach back activity on eLearn. The tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn, walking you through the steps. If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available dates.

How do I do Muddiest Point or Start-Stop-Continue on eLearn?
Nov 5 4:00 pm & Nov 12 10:30 pm

This 30 min session is a hands-on tutorial on conducting Muddiest Point or Start-Stop-Continue on eLearn. The tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn, walking you through the steps. If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available dates.

How do I do a reflection on learning activity on eLearn
Nov 5  4:30 pm & Nov 12  10:00 am

This 30 min session is a hands-on tutorial on conducting a reflection on learning activity on eLearn. The tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn, walking you through the steps. If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available dates.

How do I do a case discussion on eLearn?
Nov 12  12:30 pm

This 30 min session is a hands-on tutorial on conducting a case discussion on eLearn. The tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn, walking you through the steps. If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available dates.

How do I do a Stations activity on eLearn?
Nov 12  2:30 pm

This 30 min session is a hands-on tutorial on moving an existing Stations activity onto eLearn (small groups of students move from station to station to read, watch, and interpret a variety of resources that focus on an event, theme, or question from multiple perspectives). The tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn, walking you through the steps. If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available dates.

Teaching with eLearn Thursdays - Instruction

Assessments: Written Submissions - November 19
How do I do a written submission assignment on eLearn?      
9:30 am & 1:30 pm

This 30 min session is a hands-on tutorial for moving an existing hard copy hand-in essay, report, etc. submission assignment to eLearn. The tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn, walking you through the steps. If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available dates.

How do I do ensure academic integrity for a written assignment on eLearn?     
10:00 am
This 30 min session is a hands-on tutorial for using Assignment settings to increase student awareness of academic integrity on eLearn. The tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn, walking you through the steps. If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available dates.

How do I grade a written submission in eLearn – Rubric?       
10:30 am & 2:00 pm

This 30 min session is a hands-on tutorial for moving an existing rubric to eLearn to grade an assignment “automatically” in eLearn. The tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn, walking you through “copying” your pre-existing rubric into eLearn and using your rubric to grade an assignment. If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available dates.

How do I grade a written submission in eLearn – Marking Guide?        
11:00 am & 2:30 pm

This 30 min session is a hands-on tutorial for moving an existing marking guide to eLearn to grade an assignment “automatically” in eLearn. The tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn, walking you through “copying” your pre-existing marking guide into eLearn and grading an assignment using the marking guide. If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available dates.

How do I provide feedback on a written submission in eLearn?          
12:00 am & 4:00 pm

This 30 min session is a hands-on tutorial for providing feedback on a written submission in eLearn – written comments on the submission, summary comments, highlighting, check marks, etc. The tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn, walking you through the steps. If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available dates.

Teaching with eLearn Thursdays - Assessment: Written Submissions

 

Assessment: Quiz/Midterm/Final - November 26
How do I do move my quiz/mid-term/final onto eLearn?   
10:00 am & 4:00 pm

This 30 min session is a hands-on tutorial for moving an existing quiz, mid-term or final exam onto eLearn. The tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn, walking you through the steps. If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available dates.

How do I ensure academic integrity for a quiz on eLearn?       
10:30 am & 4:30 pm

This 30 min session is a hands-on tutorial for using Quiz settings to reduce the likelihood of academic dishonesty on eLearn. The tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn, walking you through the steps. If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available dates.

How do I provide feedback on a quiz in eLearn?            
11:00 am & 1:30 pm

This 30 min session is a hands-on tutorial to show you how to use eLearn to provide the feedback you would have given when handing back or reviewing the quiz during a face-to-face class. The tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn, walking you through the steps. If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available dates.

How do I do multiple versions of an exam on eLearn?     
12:00 pm

This 30 mins session is a hands-on tutorial for conducting a mid-term or exam with multiple versions to eLearn.  The tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn, walking you through the steps.  If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available dates.

Teaching with eLearn Thursdays - Assessment: Quiz/Midterm/Final

 

Assessment: Grading and Feedback - December 3

How do I grade a written submission in eLearn – Rubrics
10:00 am & 2:30 pm

This 30 min session is a hands-on tutorial for moving an existing rubric to eLearn to grade an assignment “automatically” in eLearn. The tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn, walking you through “copying” your pre-existing rubric into eLearn and using your rubric to grade an assignment. If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available dates. 

How do I grade a written submission in eLearn – Marking Guide?
10:30 am & 3:00 pm

This 30 min session is a hands-on tutorial for moving an existing marking guide to eLearn to grade an assignment “automatically” in eLearn. The tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn, walking you through “copying” your pre-existing marking guide into eLearn and grading an assignment using the marking guide. If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available dates.

How do I provide feedback on a written submission in eLearn?
11:00 am & 4:00 pm

This 30 min session is a hands-on tutorial for providing feedback on a written submission in eLearn – written comments on the submission, summary comments, highlighting, check marks, etc. The tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn, walking you through the steps. If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available dates.

How do I grade essay questions in a quiz/mid-term/final in eLearn?
12:00 am

This 30 min session is a hands-on tutorial to show you what steps need to be taken to grade the essay questions in a quiz. If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available dates.

How do I provide feedback on a quiz/mid-term/final in eLearn?
12:30 pm

This 30 min session is a hands-on tutorial to show you how to use eLearn to provide the feedback you would have given when handing back or reviewing the quiz during a face-to-face class. The tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn, walking you through the steps. If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available dates.

How do I enter grades in eLearn?
1:30 pm & 4:30 pm

This 30 min session is a hands-on tutorial for entering grades for an offline or online assignment. The tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn, walking you through the steps required. If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available dates.

Teaching with eLearn Thursdays - Assessment: Grading and Feedback

  • How do I grade written submissions in eLearn?

 

Assessment: Types - December 17 & January 7

How do I do a written submission assignment on eLearn?
9:30 am
This 30 min session is a hands-on tutorial for moving an existing hard copy hand-in essay, report, etc. submission assignment to eLearn. The tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn, walking you through the steps. If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available dates.

How do I do a journaling/writing improvement assignment in eLearn?
10:00 am
This 30 min session is a hands-on tutorial for creating and grading a journaling and/or writing improvement assignment in eLearn. The tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn, walking you through the steps. If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available dates. 

How do I do a group presentation assignment in eLearn?
10:30 am
eLearn does not offer the option to have a live audience for a “traditional” group presentation in front of class (Zoom, MS Teams or WebEx offer this option). This 30 min session is a hands-on tutorial for creating, grading and having students view (asynchronously) a group presentation in eLearn. The tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn, walking you through the steps. If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available dates.

How do I do a poster presentation on eLearn?
11:00 am
This 30 min session is a hands-on tutorial for setting up a poster presentation session on eLearn. The tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn, walking you through the steps. If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available dates.

How do I do move my quiz/mid-term/final onto eLearn?
1:30 pm
This 30 min session is a hands-on tutorial for moving an existing quiz, mid-term or final exam onto eLearn. The tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn, walking you through the steps. If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available dates.

How do I do a Participation grade on eLearn?
2:30 pm
This 30 min session is a hands-on tutorial for capturing and grading Participation on eLearn. The tutorial will focus on the “mechanics” of eLearn, walking you through the steps. If you would like to take this opportunity to learn from a faculty colleague, sign up for one of the available dates.

Teaching with eLearn Thursdays - Types

 

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