Distance Education Events
Quality Matters Rubric Workshop Held at Cincinnati State
Kim Hunter, Director of Instructional Technology at the College of Mount St. Joseph (standing)
led a recent workshop involving online instruction and the Quality Matters Rubric.
Applying the Quality Matters Rubric Workshop
FREE for faculty members teaching at an institution that is a member of the Ohio QM Consortium. Registration is required!
You must come to the workshop with a QM Rubrics Workbook. Consult with your school’s Institutional Representative to obtain a workbook for the workshop. You can also order this from Quality Matters for $15 plus shipping and handling. Please order your workbook quickly to assure that you have it in time for the May 17th training.
Please bring your lunch or plan to visit one of the nearby eateries. UC will provide coffee, drinks and refreshments for the break and lunch.
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Friday, May 10th.
Registration: Please e-mail Melody Clark at email@example.com – or call at 513.556.9154 - and indicate your name, college/university, and phone number. Please include the date/location of the workshop that you would like to attend.
Date and time
Friday, May 17th, 2013
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
University of Cincinnati, Medical Campus, Room 335 French East. Maps and driving directions are available at: http://www.uc.edu/visitors.html
Current Blackboard: Collaborate 11 Training DatesTimes and Dates are subject to change
Want to be able to connect with your students in a synchronous manner without having to meet on campus? Collaborate 11 is your solution! Collaborate 11 provides web, audio, video, and social networking solutions optimized for 21st century education and training. The Collaborate virtual classroom makes communication instant, collaboration continuous, and learning accessible, personal, and meaningful—for everyone. It delivers an interactive online environment for teaching, learning, and collaboration that provides a personalized experience for every participant, and seamlessly integrates with Blackboard.
During the two hour session you will learn:
• Learn how to use the moderator tools, including setting permissions for students,
• Loading Power Point presentations,
• Creating breakout rooms,
• Uploading video, and
• Utilizing application sharing through Collaborate.
E-mail Paul DeNu to sign up for one of the following sessions:May 9th from 2pm-4pm
May 21st from 10am-noon
June 19th from 2pm-4pm
July 25th from 10am-noon
Aug 14 from 10am-noon
The sessions are held in MAIN 347.