Technology Training Course Descriptions
Below are the course descriptions for each technology training offered by the Department of Information Technology. Please make sure to check our Training page for updates on future offerings.
Creating quizzes and exams. Online testing capabilities are available through any eLearn course. After attending this training, you will be able to create a simple quiz and understand how a homework quiz might be helpful for ensuring students complete the readings and are prepared for class discussion.
For new users or a great refresher for current users. After attending this training, you will be able to easily navigate through your eLearn site, edit pages and add content to your course.
Stop in for one-on-one help setting up a course (bring your files for uploading). You will leave with your eLearn course ready to launch.**Pre-requisite eLearn Basic Training**
Incorporating a grade book into your eLearn course is a simple yet powerful tool to keep students informed of their grades and ongoing average. You also have the option, at any given time, of allowing students to see how they compare to the class average.
Demonstration and hands-on workshop. Record a mini lecture to get a feel for how it works. Create a welcome video for your class. No experience necessary.
An overview of our new capabilities and how to get started. This session is open to anyone interested in understanding the various pedagogical uses of lecture capture and experimenting with them for use both in and outside of the classroom. http://www.stonehill.edu/x26086.xml