Get registered for upcoming workshops in September from the Office of Online Learning!

 

Tuesday, September 14th      

2:00-3:00 pm 

Faculty Success with LinkedIn Learning 

You will learn:  

  • What is LinkedIn Learning
  • How it can be leveraged for a class to support students as part of a blended learning strategy 
  • How faculty can find the right content easily through content mapping  
  • How LinkedIn Learning can be used for curriculum and personal development 

 

Wednesday, September 15th      

3:00-4:00 pm 

Turnitin: Similarity Detection Tool Training 

Turnitin, a similarity detection tool, is available for campus-wide use. Faculty interested in utilizing Turnitin for one or more of their writing assignments in any of their courses are invited to join a training session on how to use this tool for assignments within D2L Brightspace. 

 

Thursday, September 16th      

9:00-10:00 am 

Turnitin: Drop-in Q&A session for current faculty members 

Turnitin, a similarity detection tool, is available for campus-wide use. This session is an open, non-structured Q&A session for faculty that are current users of Turnitin. Feel free to pop into this session at any time. You can send your questions in ahead of time onlinelearning@mnstate.edu. This session will not be recorded. 

 

 

Friday, September 17th      

11:00 am -Noon  

Student-centered Cohort (SCC) Reflections: A Faculty Panel 

In Spring 2021, MSUM had its inaugural season of the Student-centered Cohort (SCC). Hear from faculty that came together to improve their course design, engage students in dynamic learning experiences, explore authentic feedback, and much more. Panelists will share their experiences with peer conversations, resource sharing, and supported opportunities to practice new instructional strategies they engaged in while in the Spring 2021 SCC. Join us to hear stories or to explore joining the next cohort. 

  

1:00-2:00 pm 

Online Proctoring: Respondus Lockdown Browser & Monitor Training 

Respondus Lockdown Browser & Respondus Monitor, online proctoring tools, is available campus-wide for use in any course. Faculty interested in utilizing Respondus LockDown Browser (prohibiting students from opening new tabs or windows in their browser) or Respondus LockDown Browser and Monitor (records students while testing and flags suspicious testing behavior through automated processes) are invited to join a training session to learn more about the tool and how it integrates into D2L Brightspace for assessments.   

 

2:30-3:30 pm 

Respondus LDB & Monitor: Drop-in Q&A session for current faculty users 

Respondus Lockdown Browser & Respondus Monitor, online proctoring tools, is available campus-wide for use in any course. This session is an open, non-structured Q&A session for faculty that are current users of Respondus LockDown Browser and/or Monitor. Feel free to pop into this session at any time. You can send your questions in ahead of time onlinelearning@mnstate.edu. This session will not be recorded. 

 

 

Friday, September 24th      

1:30-2:30 pm in LI 124 & Zoom 

HyFlex Best Practices & Resources for Instruction 

This past year the Office of Online Learning collaborated with a work group of faculty and staff to identify and address support needs for HyFlex teaching and learning at MSUM. Join us for this session on best practices in planning and facilitating your HyFlex course. While this session is being planned for those that have not yet taught HyFlex, all faculty are welcome. 

 

 

To register for any of these sessions & receive an Outlook invite, complete this form. To view all offerings from the Office of Online Learning, visit our Online Learning Workshops page.