How is Collaborate Being Used by My Peers?

Event Type: 
Workshops/Programs
Location: 
CS 101
Event Date: 
April 8, 2015
Event Time: 
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Have you heard about Blackboard Collaborate?

Do you wonder how you might use it in your courses?

 

Join us on Wednesday, April 8th in CS 101 from 10:00-11:30am to see how your colleagues are using this synchronous online communication tool in their courses. The session consists of a series of short presentations on various ways faculty are using Collaborate. Light refreshments will be served.

Presenters

Topics:

Peter MacIntyre: Department of Psychology

Using Collaborate to enable Students to do alternative assignments

Sue MacKenzie: Department of Community Studies

Using Collaborate to facilitate group activities

Eileen Smith-Piovesan: Coordinator, Teaching and Learning

Using Collaborate to facilitate collaborative editing

Terry MacDonald: Manager, Teacher Education and Technology Enhanced Learning

Forming groups in Collaborate

Kathy Snow: Education Department

Using Collaborate to enable CBU students and students taking a similar course at another institution to present to each other

Sonya Singer: Education Department

Giving students temporary “moderator” privileges to enable them to control the pace of their presentations and cue video links

 

To register for this session, contact eileen_piovesan@cbu.ca  or call extension 1459.  Please register by noon on Monday, April 6th.