The Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning as Critical Framework for Humanized Verbal Instructional Messages
Friday, October 28 at 1pm, ILC Room 136
My piece of the puzzle:
Background & Education:
Objective-Based Learning Workshop
When: Tuesday, November 29 @ 4:00PM
Where: ILC 136
Facilitator: Garrett Hughes (Ph.D. Candidate, Entomology & Insect Science)
The OIA offers machine test scoring services for the University of Arizona community. We use high speed optical mark read (OMR) scanners designed for fast and accurate bubble forms scoring (aka “Scantron ”). Our staff are trained to monitor security, accuracy, and fast-turnaround for exam and test scoring and analysis.
Title: The Ethical Traveler to Inspire Tolerance and Respect for Indigenous Sacred Sites
Instructor: Anthony Ross
Time/Location: Friday, October 14, 9 a.m., ILC 136
Description: The purpose of this teaching demonstration is to support participants in developing a better understanding of cultural resources that are on Indigenous lands and to help deepen the public understanding of sacred places and respect for cultural diversity.
Important System Information
October D2L Update - We will upgrade to version 10.6.6 (we are currently at 10.6.5) late Thursday night October 27th. There will be no downtime. In version 10.6.6 there will be some minor changes in the Exporting Grades function. Instructors, when exporting grades, will now be able to select section membership and group membership under user details.
Sara will provide a 'dry run' of the presentation she will be giving at the AECT Conference in Las Vegas. This will be a short presentation followed by Q&A and feedback to Sara to refine her presentation.
Friday, October 14, 1pm in ILC 136
The Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning as Critical Framework for Humanized Verbal Instructional Messages.
VoiceThread Mini-Course: Using VoiceThread to Create Interactive Online Learning Experiences
When: This mini-course has been cancelled
Facilitated by Phyllis Brodsky and Mascha Gemein
VoiceThread is a collaborative tool integrated with D2L that allows instructors and students to create asynchronous, interactive experiences, both for instruction and assessment, using images, documents, videos and slides. VoiceThread can be used for face-to-face, hybrid, and online courses.