Moodle is a web-based content management system that makes it easy for groups to securely interact, collaborate, communicate and share materials on the web. First, we’ll introduce you to Moodle and tell you about the various tools it offers to help you reach your students beyond the classroom. Then we will take you through the basics of setting up your Moodle course.
Need to get caught up with the changes to the Google Apps suite over the Summer? Need a refresher on the collaborative features of Google Apps? Or perhaps you’re new, and come from a non-Google campus. Regardless of the reason, we’re here to provide an overview of the Google Apps suite of products, and empower you with the knowledge you need to get started.
This workshop introduces users to the basics of Google Sites, the alternative to Moodle and LiveWhale for faculty and class web sites. This section is designed to jumpstart those who want to develop a site from scratch.
Whether it’s for a one-on-one chat, an invited speaker, or a group of several participants, there are several options available for video conferencing including Fuzebox, Google Hangouts, and Adobe Connect. We’ll compare and contrast these applications, and help you determine which best fits your needs.
Google Groups bring advanced features and functionality to managing a listserv (or class list) on campus. Learn to both manage your Google Group as well as make the most of these features, including moderating and archiving a discussion on the web, file and calendar sharing, and document collaboration.
Interested in using Facebook, Twitter, or other social media in your department? Learn the basics of social media policies and procedures at Lewis & Clark as well as a general understanding of social media culture.
The iPad is a great tool, and fairly easy to use. There are, however, some non-intuitive functions that can greatly improve your experience. Learn our favorite tips and tricks, and make your iPad even better!