Instructional Technologists Aaron Bannasch hosted the April Online Learning Webinar to demonstrate ways to plan to create media for your course. If you have a question about creating media for your course, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. The text outline for the webinar is provided in this post and you can view the archive of the webinar by visiting the Blue Jeans recording. Before you begin Creating something new, even if it is only partly new, is a process. If all you want is something that is already fully formed, and that thing already exists elsewhere, there may not be a reason to
Online Learning Webinars
In March’s Online Learning Webinar, Learning Designer Krissy Wilson presented background information on Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and five easy ways to incorporate UDL into an online course. Faculty attendees shared ideas and strategies they’ve used in past courses. You can watch a recording of the webinar on BlueJeans. As a follow-up to a question in the webinar, anchor tags can be used in Canvas. For more information, see this thread from the Canvas Community.
In this month’s webinar, Content Specialist Christine Scherer explained the ins and outs of captions and transcripts. Topics covered included the benefits of captions and transcripts, how captions and transcripts are created, why scripting is so important, and different types of captioning. To learn more, visit the DL Website’s Accessibility page! You can view a recording of the webinar on Panopto.
Instructional Technologists William Guth and Aaron Bannasch hosted the November Online Learning Webinar to demonstrate Ways to Use Panopto in Online Courses for Recording and Sharing Videos. Recently announced by Northwestern IT on the Digital Learning website, Panopto is a cloud-based video lecture capture tool for training, teaching, and presenting that allows for easy recording and webcasting as well as the management of video content. Are you interested in trying this new video technology in your course? Contact email@example.com with questions and share your uses or potential uses of Panopto on the Panopto for Recording and Sharing Videos survey. Summary
For the October webinar, two members of the faculty in the Global Health Program presented group projects they designed and implemented. The solutions they developed, challenges they faced, and the lessons they learned are applicable to a wide variety of subjects. These experiences will be of interest to all faculty who want to develop effective and engaging group projects in their own courses. Dr. Kristin Darin provided an overview of her group project from MSGH 456: Access to Health and Medicines. She discussed the project design and highlighted successes and challenges to its implementation. Dr. Darin also explained how the project was recently modified