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    June 2024

  • GenAI Workflow for the College Educator
    • 1:00 PM — 2:00 PM

    This workshop will teach you how to use AI to create engaging and effective course materials. You will build on the 'AI-Driven Teaching: Revolutionize Your Classroom with Bing and ChatGPT' workshop and use AI with Microsoft’s native Word and PowerPoint capabilities to develop DC Connect content and PowerPoints. You will discover how AI can help you save time, enhance creativity, and improve learning outcomes. Register Now!

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  • Video Basics: Make a video with tools you’re already using
    • 10:00 AM — 11:00 AM

    This introductory session will look at how some of the tools you’re already using can be utilized for basic video capture, editing and sharing. This session will include: A brief discuss on how Teams, Zoom or a mobile device can be used to capture video How PowerPoint can be used for basic video editing such as trimming, transitions, combining clips and adding titles How to share a video using OneDrive DC Connect’s Video Note tool Register Now!

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  • DC Connect: Quizzes – An Introduction
    • 9:00 AM — 10:00 AM

    This intermediate-level session will introduce the Quizzes tool in DC Connect. Participants are expected to have a basic familiarity with DC Connect prior to attending this session. The Quizzes tool is used to create and manage quizzes. Various types of quiz questions may be utilized and many can be graded automatically. Quizzes may be used for assessment or for review. Quizzes can be shared between courses or faculty via the Import/Export/Copy Components feature of DC Connect. This session will cover the basic…

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  • Managing Cognitive Load
    • 11:00 AM — 12:00 PM

    Do your students seem overwhelmed during class? Do they forget information you just taught? Your students might be experiencing cognitive overload. In this session, you’ll learn how working memory limits learning, how cognitive overload occurs, and strategies to optimize cognitive load to promote student learning in your courses. Register Now!

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  • Supporting Positive Collaborative Learning Experiences
    • 10:00 AM — 11:00 AM

    Engaging students in collaborative learning can lead to deeper learning, but it can also feel unpleasant for both instructor and students. In this session, you will explore how to design group tasks that promote true collaboration among students and how to address the common challenges that arise when students work (or don’t work) together. Register Now!

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