Academic Affairs: Office of e-Learning News– February 18th, 2011
Best Practices: Be sure to Archive your Course on a regular basis and backup the Grade Center by downloading both to your computer.
- UNCW E-Learning Conference – April 15th
The Office of e-Learning is hosting a mini-conference on April 15th for faculty to share their experiences and/or expertise with designing, developing, and implementing web-enhanced or fully online courses. There is no cost associated with this e-learning conference
Click here to submit a proposal
Click here to register
Office of e-Learning Events for March
Trainings are offered both face-to-face and via Webinar. You can choose which venue to participate on the registration form.
- Student Assessment II – March 1st or 2nd 10am – noon. Click here to register
This session covers student assessment through online tests and surveys. Topics include methods to create effective tests and surveys.
- Managing your Grade Center – March 8th or 9th 10am – noon. Click here to register.
This session covers the tools, uses, and navigation of the Grade Center. Topics include Grade Center organization, calculations, uploading and downloading Grade Center to Excel.
- Incorporating video in Bb– March 22nd or 23rd 10am – noon. Click here to register.
This session will give the audience effective methods for designing and creating video lectures for asynchronous learning based upon the conducted literature review and the teaching experiences of the presenters. Topics include student satisfaction with format, appropriate length of time, and number of videos per course.
We welcome your questions and comments!
Patricia McQuiston, Sheri Anderson, and Beth Allred e-Learning@uncw.edu
, Academic Affairs: Office of e-Learning