DoIT Academic Technology provides countless opportunities to gather on campus to learn and discuss a variety of topics. This includes pedagogical discussions and technology demonstrations through Faculty Engagement programs, learning technology trainings from Learn@UW, on-campus sessions for Information Technology Academy scholars, technology workshops from Software Training for Students and special campus events we host or co-host. See the below calendar for upcoming events.

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Room 120, Middleton Building

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1305 Linden Drive
Madison, 53706
608-262-5667

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November 2017
Free

Active Teaching Lab: Universal Design for Learning Brownbag

November 29 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Room 120, Middleton Building, 1305 Linden Drive
Madison, 53706
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Morton Gernsbacher shares shares how she designed her course for more student learning and less work teaching. This brownbag-style lab varies from our regular labs in that there will be no lab part — it's just story, demo, and discussion. Active Teaching Labs are held Fridays from 8:30-9:45am (and every other Thursday from 1-2pm, see events calendar for dates) in room 120, Middleton Building. Check out upcoming labs or read recaps from past labs. To stay informed about upcoming Labs, sign up for regular announcements by…

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December 2017
Free

Active Teaching Lab: SCORM for Articulate, Pressbooks, and Peerwise in Canvas

December 1 @ 8:30 am - 9:45 am
Room 120, Middleton Building, 1305 Linden Drive
Madison, 53706
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Meghan Cotter shares how to connect interactive activities to Canvas.   SCORM, or “Sharable Content Object Reference Model” is a a set of technical standards so digital tools play well together. It’s needed for online tools, such as Articulate, Pressbooks, and Peerwise  to connect to the Canvas gradebook. Bring your laptop or mobile device to get hands-on experience with Canvas tools as a student in our Canvas course. Bring a Sandbox course to work with the tools as an instructor! Active Teaching…

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Active Teaching Lab: Activities/Active Learning/Semester Project in Canvas

December 7 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Room 120, Middleton Building, 1305 Linden Drive
Madison, 53706
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Joy Altwies shares ideas for making activities meaningful and creating constructive discussions and group activities. In this lab you can delve into Discussions and Group Assignments. Bring your laptop or mobile device to get hands-on experience with Canvas tools as a student in our Canvas course. Bring a Sandbox course to work with the tools as an instructor! Active Teaching Labs are held Fridays from 8:30-9:45am (and every other Thursday from 1-2pm, see events calendar for dates) in room 120, Middleton Building. Check…

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Active Teaching Lab: Teaching Feedback in an Online Canvas Course

December 8 @ 8:30 am - 9:45 am
Room 120, Middleton Building, 1305 Linden Drive
Madison, 53706
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Joe Anistranski shares how he builds student feedback into assignments.  This lab will focus on traditional methods (e.g., surveys) to get student feedback and creative ways to build student feedback into assignments. What are benefits and drawbacks of the comment and grading functions in Speedgrader, and we'll use part of the session to brainstorm ways to disguise getting formative feedback through formative assessments. Bring your laptop or mobile device to get hands-on experience with Canvas tools as a student in our…

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