|TECHNOLOGY CERTIFICATE PROGRAM COURSES|
Excel Charts and Pivot Tables
Creative Graphics Creation with Canva
Canvas Basic Training
Canvas Announcements, Discussions, and Assignments
Tools to Facilitate Collaboration
Canvas Beyond the Basics
Youtube: A Complete Guide
Using Mobile Learning (mLearning)
To successfully complete the program, the staff member must:
Topics include using multiple worksheets and workbooks, and working with more advanced formatting options such as styles, themes, backgrounds and watermarks. Learn how to create subtotals, create and apply cell names, and work with lists and tables.
This workshop will focus on some advanced features of SharePoint. Learn how to navigate SharePoint as a user and an owner. Find out how to share and upload files, work with security settings and personalize your site. Check out this "cloud-based" tool and see how you can communicate and share resources with your colleagues. Prior SharePoint training is recommended, but not required.
This course is intended for faculty members who have a sufficient basic knowledge of the Canvas LMS and would like to learn more about advanced Canvas tools in a structured format. It will cover strategies to help faculty streamline their teaching workflows and to use Canvas to create more engaging and innovative assignments.
Canvas Studio is a more video-centric, interactive way to approach e-learning. Where video-as-a-learning-tool has typically been one-way and passive, Canvas makes video learning an active, collaborative, eff¬ective experience. Canvas Studio engages learners by turning content into conversation. It’s video as discussion, not statement. It’s 21st-century learning for 21st-century learners.
This is a basic Canvas workshop on how to post announcements, discussions, and assignments. Participants will also learn how to edit these sections of Canvas, add embellishment to their announcements and more.
This course will help you create eye catching graphics, posters, social media icons, announcements and much more! You can even use these graphics in Blackboard and your classes. The course will concentrate on a free, easy to use, online graphic creation resource called Canva.
Topics covered will include creating an electronic spreadsheet by entering data, formulas and functions, formatting the data, printing, freezing titles and headings, sorting, protecting cells, using the AutoFormat, and creating all types of charts.
It can be hard to see the big picture when you have a lot of complex worksheet data that includes text and numbers with column headings. A Pivot Chart can help you make sense of this data. Learn how to use interactive filtering controls to quickly analyze a subset of data. Create charts that provide a picture of what the data represents
If you are curious about Microsoft Office 365 and want to learn how to use it, then this is the workshop for you. You will learn how to create documents, presentations and how to collaborate with others online.
Find out how to establish a SharePoint site for your department. Share announcements, documents, files and much more! Check out this "cloud based" tool and see how you can communicate and share resources with your colleagues.
SWAY is a new option that can be used instead of PowerPoint. It allows one to create interesting and more professional looking presentations. Find out how you can incorporate this new option into your work life and create eye catching presentations.
Synchronous and asynchronous tools to promote student collaboration for face-to-face, hybrid, or online courses. Project management tools, such as Trello, can assist students in managing all aspects of collaborating on large group projects asynchronously. Peer review or peer assessment can take place asynchronously through Voice Thread, software that allows participants to engage in personalized discussions. Also, students can initiate synchronous meetings from remote locations with Appear.in, a video chat tool that allows anyone to share his/her screen and requires no account.
Though most people constantly use mobile devices, how often are they actually using their devices for learning? In this workshop, we will consider some of the ways mLearning is defined and used in various disciplines. We will look at types of assessments for mLearning and consider ways to implement it. All Activities Online
In this course we will learn how easy it is to use YouTube. We will create a channel, upload a video and learn how to manage the settings.