R25/25Live is the web-based application used to schedule space for campus events and publicize on the master calendar. This course will teach pre-approved Sub-Schedulers (space assigners) how to process requests, assign spaces, create new events, run space utilization reports and much more.
Enrollment questions should be directed to University Event Scheduling 202-885-3939.
Using Collaborate, the newest web-conferencing product on the market, professors can talk with students, share applications, files and images and record these sessions for future use. Please join us to learn how Collaborate can help you offer a remote review session or office hour, face a weather emergency, or teach a hybrid class. And with Collaborate, you can also set up groups so that your ...more
The Lotus Notes Advanced Level course will build on the skills learned in the Introduction course. You will learn how to work with graphic objects, add tables to a mail object, creating reusable stationery, automating Notes tasks, use Notes as a time management tool, explore the collaborative features of Notes and create both image and HTML signature files.
This workshop demonstrates how the latest Lecture Capture technology can be used to move your lectures out of the classroom. Bring your laptop to get AU's Panopto client setup and installed on your computer and create your first recording.
CTRL Technology in the Classroom - Blogs: Launch your Class into the Blogosphere
Hurst CTRL Lab 202
There are many different ways to use blogs as an educational tool as well as many benefits. There are also some risks to consider as you integrate these new tools into your teaching. Join us in a discussion of all these ideas and get signed up for your very first blog in this hands-on workshop.
CTRL Technology in the Classroom - Facebook & Twitter: From Distraction to Engagement
Hurst CTRL Lab 202
In this workshop, you'll learn how to leverage social media to engage and build a foundation for student learning. From the creation of an account, a social media page can become an interactive tool both inside and outside the classroom.