You are seeing everything.Some events shown may not be open to the general public; see events for the general public.
May 18, 2012
9:00–10:15am Class Wikis in Google Sites
Wikis, such as the popular Wikipedia, are collaborative sites used as both reference and research tools. Come learn how a Google Site may be used like a wiki to create engaging and collaborative learning experiences.
9:00–10:15am (to 5/18) Location: Geary This event was posted by Lewis & Clark: IT.
9:00–10:15am Digital Darkroom
If you’ve used a recent digital camera or DSLR you might have noticed its ability to record images in the RAW format. RAW gives you the ability to develop your images as if they were film - no smelly chemicals required! Learn how Raw files work as “digital negatives” and allow you to be more flexible and creative than you ever could be with JPEG files. You’ll also learn how to successfully convert RAW files to best take advantage of the huge amount of data.
9:00–10:15am (to 5/18) Location: Dubach Mac This event was posted by Lewis & Clark: IT.
9:00–10:15am Moodle Makes the Grade
The Moodle Gradebook has many features that allow instructors to track students’ performance efficiently and provides private feedback to students. The numerous options can be overwhelming to those new to grading in Moodle. In this session, we’ll go through the steps of setting up a new gradebook including setting up your letter grade scale and aggregation (calculation) methods, creating gradebook items and category structure, entering grades and feedback for students and exporting and importing grades.
9:00–10:15am (to 5/18) Location: Dubach PC This event was posted by Lewis & Clark: IT.
9:00–10:15am Share and Collaborate with Google Docs
The move to Google Apps for Education opens up new ways to share and collaborate using Google’s Docs suite, which we are calling LCdocs. Come and see how easy it is to share and collaborate on docs, spreadsheets, presentations and more - especially for real-time collaboration. We’ll also discuss limitations and gotchas you may encounter.
9:00–10:15am (to 5/18) Location: Thayer This event was posted by Lewis & Clark: IT.
10:30–11:45am Beyond the Browser with LCmail
Got a brand new LCmail account but want alternate ways of checking your mail? Come find out how you can check your mail using Thunderbird, mobile devices, and more! We’ll discuss the pros and cons of each method, and the differences between them so you can decide what method makes sense for you.
10:30–11:45am (to 5/18) Location: Thayer This event was posted by Lewis & Clark: IT.
10:30–11:45am Communicating via Social Media
Whether it’s through a Facebook page, Twitter feed, LinkedIn group, or Google Plus hangout, the value of social media is widely understood, but the barrage of new ways to connect has the potential to overwhelm even the most savvy social media butterfly. Learn what is appropriate, how students like to be communicated with, and how to maintain the privacy of both you and your students while navigating the Social Media trend.
10:30–11:45am (to 5/18) Location: Geary This event was posted by Lewis & Clark: IT.
10:30–11:45am Google Forms and Surveys
Google Forms allow you to create customized forms that can be used as survey tools or as a means of collecting other information (i.e. RSVPs or registrations) all while saving the data directly into an exportable spreadsheet, complete with charts and summaries. Come learn what all you can do with a Google Form and the easy process to setting one up.
10:30–11:45am (to 5/18) Location: Dubach Mac This event was posted by Lewis & Clark: IT.
10:30–11:45am Put Your Quizzes Online
Moodle Quizzes offer a variety of options for displaying questions, grading and security. You can customize your quizzes to allow students multiple attempts and determine whether they receive special feedback or see the correct answers (after they’ve taken the quiz, of course).
10:30–11:45am (to 5/18) Location: Dubach PC This event was posted by Lewis & Clark: IT.
Entrants must write on subjects in the fields of tort law, insurance law, civil procedure, evidence or other areas of the law of practical concern to lawyers engaged in the defense or management of the defense of civil litigation. The contest is judged by a committee of the IADC.
11:59pm Location: N/A This event was posted by Law: Academics.