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Making your Course Modular

Making your Course Modular

Interested in modular course design but don’t know where to start? Have an existing Blackboard course that you’d like to revise to make it more user-friendly? In this hands-on workshop, Computer Science Professor and STLI Fellow Dana Willner we will work with participants to implement or revise modular design for your course. Part of module creation will involve using features of Blackboard to improve navigation for students and maintaining consistency….

Getting Started with Gradescope

Getting Started with Gradescope

Are you curious about a state-of-the-art technology that will transform your grading experience? Would you like to easily access detailed data about your exams and how students are doing on individual problems? Chemistry Professor and STLI Fellow Dana Lashley discusses Gradescope, an artificial intelligence-assisted grading platform, and how to streamline grading in a large class setting. After this learning lab, you will have the tools needed to get started on your next exam. …

Develop a Website for your Teaching & Research

Develop a Website for your Teaching & Research

Are you interested in developing a web presence for your teaching research and publications that can be referenced in your syllabi, class sessions, PowerPoints, publications, and more? Join Anne Rasmussen, professor and STLI fellow, as she explores university-supported technologies used to practice editing, uploading, presenting, organizing, and storing audiovisual materials from her own ethnographic research….

Bolster Student Resilience without Changing Your Course

Bolster Student Resilience without Changing Your Course

Have you ever wanted to know how to help a student in distress? Do you want to make your class “less stressful,” but need ideas on how to do so? Join Meghan Sinton Miller, professor and STLI Fellow as she discusses ways to make classes flexible and supportive without having to change course content. Meghan also reviews ways to connect students to different support systems on-campus….

Student Engagement Tips and Tricks for New Faculty

Student Engagement Tips and Tricks for New Faculty

When we came together last semester for our STLI Workshop: Small Teaching for New Faculty Katalin Wargo and Candice Benjes-Small discussed the book Small Teaching and shared problems of practice. During this workshop, it was discovered that many of the faculty experiences related specifically to student engagement online. As William & Mary continues the academic year in a blended learning environment, Katalin and Candice invite new faculty to join the conversation and share tips and tricks to engage students online….

Vlogging for Online Courses with Higham & Co.

Vlogging for Online Courses with Higham & Co.

This special STLI workshop focused on the multimedia phenomenon known as vlogging and how you can use it in your online courses. Facilitated by Jeremy Higham of Higham & Company, the workshop will be broken up into two sections. In the first hour, Jeremy will discuss vlogging and how you can use it in your online courses. The second hour of the workshop will be dedicated to a hands-on demonstration. With extensive documentary experience, Higham has taught blogging both in the UK and India.

2021 ReVISION Bootcamp Live Sessions

2021 ReVISION Bootcamp Live Sessions

The ReVISION Bootcamp is an annual event for online instructors to revise their summer courses. New Tech Tools Sessions will highlight asynchronous/ synchronous tools that can be used in online courses. These sessions will walk through examples of how the tech tools have been used, provide useful links and resources, and offer time to ask questions. …

Small Steps to Student Engagement & Connection

Small Steps to Student Engagement & Connection

Engaging and connecting with students in remote, blended, and even socially distanced classrooms is a challenge. In this participatory workshop hosted by STLI Director Mark Hofer, you will draw on student engagement research to design small steps and an iterative process to effect meaningful changes in your teaching.

Digital storytelling tools for class projects

Digital storytelling tools for class projects

In this 90 minute workshop, Mike Blum and Shannon White explored some of STLI’s favorite tools for creating digital storytelling projects. Google Sites, Microsoft Sway, and ArcGIS Story Maps are all easy to use, powerful storytelling tools that students can jump right into for short assignments, presentations, or larger projects. Learn how to make the most of these tools supported by W&M.

Student Accessibility Services Q&A

Student Accessibility Services Q&A

Instructors and co-educators joined Associate Dean of Students & Director of Student Accessibility Services Lesley Henderson and Coordinator of Student Accessibility Services Anna Whiston as they answered questions about implementing SAS accommodations.

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