Workshops on Effective Teaching

Teaching and Learning offers workshops on effective teaching to help faculty develop the knowledge, skills, and attitudes which help ensure successful teaching.

Scroll down for workshop offerings.

We welcome suggestions on promising trends in post-secondary education or other pedagogy topics you feel would enhance your teaching. Please e-mail teachingandlearning@conestogac.on.ca, and we will keep you apprised of any new workshop developments.


Part-time faculty are paid $40/hour for completing a workshop. To be paid this rate, you must:

  • Log in to a workshop’s Zoom link with your Conestoga credentials. You will be authenticated when you enter the Zoom room and asked to change your name to the preferred name you use at the college;
  • Be a part-time faculty (part-time, partial load or sessional) with an active or pending teaching contract at the time you attend a workshop;
  • Attend all workshop hours or half hours; and
  • Complete any workshop activities. Workshops will only be paid for complete attendance and participation. 

Note: Payment will be made for attending a unique workshop once, even if you decide to attend again to learn more. Once a month, contracts will be created to provide compensation for the completion of workshops from the prior month. Upon your approval of the contract, the funds will appear on your pay stub within a month.

Support staff and administrators teaching part-time at Conestoga and taking the mandatory courses or any EDV workshops outside their typical work hours are eligible for the $40/hour.


Please follow the instructions below to register for workshops on the Student Portal. If you experience difficulty with registration, please e-mail teachingandlearning@conestogac.on.ca with your requested workshop title and section number, and we’ll register you, on your behalf.

  1. Log in to the Student Portal using your employee number, and provided password.
  2. Select the Browse Continuing Education Courses tab.
  3. In the search box, type in the EDV code of the workshop you wish to attend, based on the list below.
  4. Select Search for Courses below the search box.
  5. On the Course Details page, choose the option that best suits your schedule.
  6. Select Add to Cart.
  7. Select Checkout and Enroll.
  8. Finally, Confirm your address.
  9. Select Save.

A Beginner’s Guide to Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning and Deep Learning – (EDV0062)

Facilitated by Jesslyn Wilkinson

Let’s look inside the mechanics that let ChatGPT and other artificial intelligence (AI) products do what they do. This workshop will look at the different fields of AI, and in particular models that use machine learning and deep learning algorithms. Discover the strengths and limitations of these types of AI models, and how training and alignment guides their behaviour.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Thurs., Apr 1810:00 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.EDV0062 – Section 1 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Thurs., Apr 251:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.EDV0062 – Section 2 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Accents and Discourse: Building Skills in Intercultural Listening – (EDV0161)

Facilitated by Laura Stoutenburg

Our ears and brains and hearts need to learn to listen to new ways of pronouncing English. They can do it! With a focus on how accents work, the impact of attitudes on accent comprehension, and the ways that different cultures engage in small talk and group work, this session will leave you with new knowledge and new skills for effective communication in the global classroom.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Thurs., May. 97:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.EDV0161 – Section 1 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

AI-Adapted Assessments – (EDV0212)

Facilitated by Elan Paulson

In this workshop we will discuss the capabilities of AI today and their influence on assessments of learning. Join us to identify aspects of assessments that can make them AI vulnerable and explore ways to adapt assignment directions and rubrics to encourage students’ own effort and capabilities. Participants will take away a collaboratively created checklist for AI-adapting course assignments. We’ll also consider key dimensions of assignment design to encourage human-AI collaborative learning.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Fri., Apr., 1210:30 a.m. to 12.00 p.m.EDV0212 – Section 3 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Tues., Apr., 1610:00 a.m. to11.30 a.m.EDV0212- Section 4 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Mon., Apr., 223:00 p.m. to 4.30 p.m.EDV0212 – Section 5 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

An Introduction to Accessible Teaching – (EDV0102)

Facilitated by Sara Kafashan

This teaching basics workshop includes a) a brief introduction to relevant accessibility laws, practices, and guidelines for teaching in Ontario, b) a chance to select and match the best teaching practices for increased accessibility, c) an opportunity to discuss some scenarios with colleagues, and d) a debrief in which outstanding questions and suggestions for accessible teaching are shared. 

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Mon., May., 610:00 a.m. to 11.30 a.m.EDV0102 – Section 1 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Weds., May., 155:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.EDV0102 – Section 2 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Thurs., May., 232:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.EDV0102 – Section 3 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

 An Introduction to In-Person Classroom Management – (EDV0084)

Facilitated by Ada Sharpe and Lauren Spring

This teaching basics workshop includes a) a brief introduction to common classroom management challenges b) evidence-informed suggestions and innovations to start the semester off on the right foot, taking into account the importance of creating an inclusive classroom community c) a discussion about how novice vs expert faculty tend to respond to classroom management challenges d) an opportunity to apply knowledge to a case study where participants can practice preventing and responding to classroom management incidents that may arise.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Thurs., Apr 2511:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.EDV0084 – Section 10 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Tues., Apr 305:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.EDV0084 – Section 11 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Fri., May 31:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.EDV0084 – Section 1 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Weds., May 151:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.EDV0084 – Section 2 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Weds., May 225:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.EDV0084 – Section 3 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

An Introduction to Lesson Planning for In-Person Classes – (EDV0053)

Facilitated by Glenn Wagner

This teaching basics workshop includes a) a brief introduction to lesson planning and the variables that can impact delivery in-person, b) a chance to match and assess sample in-person lesson plans components and set up/exit requirements to align with learning outcomes, a chance to select and assess lesson plan components matched with set/up requirements and learning outcomes c) an opportunity to create a draft part of a lesson plan for your next class and get feedback from a peer, d) a debrief in which outstanding questions and suggestions for effective in-person classes are shared.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Fri., May 1010:00 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.EDV0053 – Section 1 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Mon., May 131:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.EDV0053 – Section 2 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

An Introduction to Marking With Rubrics – (EDV0750)

Facilitated by David Baidoo-Anu

Are you new to using rubrics? Come learn what a rubric is, how a rubric appears in eConestoga and how you can set about marking a set of assignments.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Weds., May., 14:00 p.m. to 5.30 p.m.EDV0750 – Section 1 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Tues., May., 71:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.EDV0750 – Section 2 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Tues., May., 211:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.EDV0750 – Section 3 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

An Intro to Lesson Planning for Online Synchronous Classes – (EDV0069)

Facilitated by Laura Stoutenburg, Glenn Wagner and Sara Kafashan

This teaching basics workshop includes a) a brief introduction to lesson planning and the variables that can impact online synchronous classes, b) a chance to match and assess sample synchronous lesson plans components and set up/exit requirements to align with learning outcomes, c) an opportunity to draft part of a lesson plan for your next class and discuss with a peer, d) a debrief in which outstanding questions and suggestions for effective online synchronous classes are shared.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Fri., May., 310:00 a.m. to 11.30 a.m.EDV0069 – Section 1 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Tues., May., 74:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.EDV0069 – Section 2 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Mon., May., 1310:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.EDV0069 – Section 3 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

 An Introduction to Online Asynchronous Teaching – (EDV0027)

Facilitated by Marcia Chaudet

Join this workshop to consider the various facets of your role as an asynchronous online teacher. Discuss ideas for “being present” asynchronously to support students throughout the semester. Learn where to locate additional information and supports for delivering and supporting students in your asynchronous course.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Mon., Apr 2210:00 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.EDV0027 – Section 6 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Thurs., May 27:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.EDV0027 – Section 7of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

 An Introduction to Teaching International Students – (EDV0830)

Facilitated by Adrienne Vanthuyne

This teaching basics workshop includes a) a brief introduction to unique stressors that international students encounter in a North American academic setting, b) a chance to select and match the best teaching practices for international students, c) an opportunity to discuss some scenarios with colleagues, d) a debrief in which outstanding questions and suggestions for teaching international students are shared.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Weds., May., 85:00 p.m. to 6.30 p.m.EDV0830- Section 1 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Tues., May., 1411:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.EDV0830 – Section 2 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Fri., May., 2410:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.EDV0830- Section 3 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

An Introduction to Teaching First Semester Students – (EDV0125)

Facilitated by Glenn Wagner

This teaching basics workshop includes a) a brief introduction to the unique characteristics and needs of students in their first semester of post-secondary education (with special consideration given to first-generation students), b) an overview of college resources available to help these learners, c) a discussion about best-practices faculty can employ to help ease the transition to post-secondary while supporting students’ ongoing development, d) a debrief in which outstanding questions and suggestions for teaching first semester students are shared

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Weds., May. 14:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.EDV0125 – Section 1 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Annual Program Reflection Overview – (EDV0248)

Facilitated by Darren Power, Amy Buesser and Julia Rodricks

This tutorial will provide users with an overview of the Annual Program Reflection system, and explore best practices for each section. This session is ideal for those going into their first APR including Chairs, Coordinators, Faculty, Program Managers and other program team members. Guided by members of the Institutional Quality Management – Program Quality and Review team.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Mon., May 63:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.EDV0248 – Section 1 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Fri., May 109:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.EDV0248 – Section 2 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Alternatives to Traditional Assessments – (EDV0159)

Facilitated by Ada Sharpe

Essays, multiple choice quizzes, and exams are standards of assessment, but other options exist in designing assessment tasks. Are you interested in infusing some creativity in your assessment design? Join this workshop to share ideas and explore possibilities to energize and innovate your assessments. We will explore alternatives to traditional assessments that support student learning with an emphasis on choice, creativity, and originality.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Tues., May. 2111:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.EDV0159 – Section 1 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

APR Action Plan SMART Goals – (EDV0251)

Facilitated by Darren Power,Amy Buesser and Julia Rodricks

This tutorial will focus on Annual Program Reflection (APR) Action Plan best practices, including using the SMART goals framework. This session is ideal for all users of the APR system including Chairs, Coordinators, Faculty, Program Managers and other program team members. Guided by members of the Institutional Quality Management – Program Quality and Review team.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Thurs., May 23:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.EDV0251 – Section 1 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Tues., May 73:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.EDV0251 – Section 2 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

A Quick Start Introduction to Lesson Planning -(EDV0760)

Facilitated by Nasreen Sultana

This is a beginner workshop for the new teachers to help them to start to implement lesson planning and active learning strategies in their teaching.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Sat., May., 1110:00 a.m. to 11.30 a.m.EDV0760- Section 1 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Tues., May., 144:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.EDV0760 – Section 2 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Thurs., May., 2310:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.EDV0760- Section 3 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Checking In: You, Your Teaching, and AI – (EDV0162)

Facilitated by Elan Paulson

This workshop invites faculty to consider how to make sense of their current thinking about generative AI (genAI) and teaching using a four-stage framework (Maloney, 2023). Join to reflect and share with colleagues how your feelings and experiences with genAI are reshaping your thoughts on the educator role. Let’s explore ways to find restoration, information, and inspiration as we face the year ahead.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Tues., Apr 164:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.EDV0162 – Section 3 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Fri., May 177:00 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.EDV0162 – Section 1 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Collaboration in the Cloud for Group Assessments – (EDV0170)

Facilitated by Evelyn Schmidt

With Office365, you can support and track group-based assessments! This hands-on workshop will provide you with the skills and experience you need to have students creating and sharing documents, collaborating on projects, and actively co-constructing learning as they demonstrate it to you. We will experiment with how to use the OneDrive to plan group projects using shared documents and calendars. We will test out adding comments to provide feedback and tracking individual student contributions to group products. Finally, we will determine where students may encounter issues, and create strategies to help manage group work in the digital environment.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Thurs., May 2310:00 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.EDV0170 – Section 1 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Considerations for Course Planning – (EDV0184)

Facilitated by Laura Stoutenburg and Mihaela Simion

So you have been asked to develop a course! Join a Curriculum Consultant and a Teaching and Learning consultant to explore the necessary elements for a great course. The session will introduce course learning outcomes as well as the overall role of the course outline and its relationship to program standards. Considerations for planning lessons, assessments, and rubrics that other faculty can follow will be explored.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Weds., May 812:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.EDV0184 – Section 1 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Tues., May 214:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.EDV0184 – Section 2 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Creating and editing videos in PowerPoint – (EDV0007) 

Facilitated by Evelyn Schmidt

Did you know you can record video presentations directly in PowerPoint? This workshop will explore PowerPoint’s built in video features, demonstrate how to integrate these into your presentations, and review how your final videos can be exported or shared.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Mon., May 61:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.EDV0007- Section 1 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Fri., May 1011:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.EDV0007 – Section 2 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Mon., May 13 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.EDV0007 – Section 3 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Thurs., May 161:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.EDV0007- Section 4 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Fri., May 24.11:30 a.m. to 1:00 a.m.EDV0007- Section 5 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Creating Consistency in Student Learning Experiences – Design and Delivery Approaches – (EDV0211) 

Facilitated by Marcia Chaudet, Tyler Pollard and Amber West

During this workshop, we will explore strategies for preparing the model course shell to equip faculty for successful teaching in their upcoming term. Our discussions will revolve around intentional course shell design and the utilization of tools aimed at fostering consistency and creating engaging learning environments for students. Additionally, we will examine teaching approaches that enable faculty members to personalize their section shell while upholding course outcomes.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Weds., May 151:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.EDV0211 – Section 1 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Thurs., May 231:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.EDV0211 – Section 2 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Creating Course Materials with Copilot – (EDV0243)

Facilitated by Jesslyn Wilkinson

Dive into creating learning materials with the help of genAI. Learn how to effectively prompt generative AI chatbots to produce exemplar documents, graphics, and other text based materials that match your teaching or course development goals. This hands-on session with Microsoft Copilot will guide participants through the process of developing course materials that not only engage but also challenge students to think critically and creatively. Elevate your course content with AI and leave a lasting impact on your students’ learning journey.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Mon., May 132:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.EDV0243- Section 1 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Weds., May 1510:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.EDV0243 – Section 2 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Tues., May 21 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.EDV0243 – Section 3 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Weds., May 2211:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.EDV0243- Section 4 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Thurs., May 30.10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.EDV0243- Section 5 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Creating Efficient, Effective and Accessible PowerPoint Slides – (EDV0163)

Facilitated by Taylor Wilson

As educators, we are often tasked with creating or modifying PowerPoint Presentations, either inherited from someone else or slides that you are creating from scratch. This workshop focuses on technological tips and best-practices for effectively creating or editing slides to suit your own teaching style and to comply with accessibility requirements. Topics discussed include. copywriting, slide layout, accessible design, and colour choices.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Thurs., Apr. 252:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.EDV0163 – Section 8 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Creating Interactive Videos using H5P Studio – (EDV0034)

Facilitated by Taylor Wilson

Combine some of the simpler types of H5P interactives into dynamic questions overlaid on a video. By the end of this workshop, you’ll have complemented a YouTube or Vimeo video with interactive drag and drops, fill-in-the-blanks or multiple-choice questions, to name a few! Use this as a formative assessment tool to support learners’ attention and active watching, and to promote engagement during video activities.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Tues., Apr 1610:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.EDV0034 – Section 7 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Tues., Apr 232:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.EDV0034 – Section 8 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Weds., Apr 2412:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.EDV0034 – Section 9 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Creating a learning community for a synchronous course – (EDV0138)

Facilitated by Marcia Chaudet

It is possible to create a learning community within an online synchronous environment to encourage active participation, persistence and learning success. With the support of online learning tools, you can set the tone for cooperative active learning. Come to this workshop to explore how we can build a strong teaching and learning relationship with our students in a synchronous online setting.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Mon., May 612:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.EDV0138 – Section 1 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Thurs., May 167:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.EDV0138 – Section 2 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Sat., May 251:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.EDV0138- Section 3 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Creating a Welcome Video for your Courses – (EDV0023)

Facilitated by Taylor Wilson

Enhance teaching presence in your courses by including an effective welcome video. Practice using some of the functionality of video creation tools and practice creating a video. Learn how to change the permissions structure of the video, to allow it to be viewed in any course you post it to.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Mon., Apr 2910:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.EDV0023 – Section 4 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Fri., May 310:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.EDV0023 – Section 5 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Tues., May 72:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.EDV0023 – Section 1 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Weds., May 811:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.EDV0023 – Section 2 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Don’t Talk About It – Tell It! Using Anecdotes to Promote Learning – (EDV0173)

Facilitated by David MacLennan

When we relate content within the context of a real, or realistic situation, content can resonate more with students. In this workshop participants are asked to think about a concept they have to teach and a situation where it might be found in the work environment. Participants will examine some examples of anecdotes, identify key attributes and, using a framework, develop a “situation” into a relatable anecdote. Time will be given to work on, share, and critique their anecdotes; leave with a better understanding – and a “story” to tell.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Sat., May 259:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.EDV0173 – Section 1 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Weds., June 57:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.EDV0173 – Section 2 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Tues., June 259:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.EDV0173 – Section 3 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Effective Assessment Design Across the Semester – ( EDV0208)

Facilitated by Monsurat Raji and David Baidoo-Anu

Are you looking to create the best assessment experience possible for your students? Designing supportive, engaging and authentic assessments for students is a critical component of curriculum design. Join this workshop to learn more about the important considerations for assessment development across a semester, including how best to ensure cultural relevance, adequate scaffolding, formative feedback and meaningful practice opportunities are built directly into your course design

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Sat., May. 111:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.EDV0208 – Section 1 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Weds., May. 2210:00 .am. to 11:30 a.m.EDV0208 – Section 2 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Enhancing the eText Experience -(EDV0995)

Facilitated by Jesslyn Wilkinson

If your course uses an eText, come to this session to learn some of the features of the Texidium eReader app which can be used to enhance learning. In this session, we will explore some of the key challenges posed by eTexts for learners. Considering these, we will explore some ways to support learners in interacting within an eText. Experiment with features that connect to particular learning strategies, and leave with a few ready ideas to incorporate into your teaching or course development.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Fri., Apr. 1910:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.EDV0995 – Section 6 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Tues., Apr 231:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.EDV0995 – Section 7 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Essentials for Teaching with Microsoft 365 – (EDV0242)

Facilitated by Taylor Wilson

In this workshop, you will learn how you can incorporate Microsoft 365 collaborative software into your teaching processes. We will explore how these tools can act as a collaborative space for your students to make and track their contributions and give feedback to shared work using comments. We will demonstrate how you can share documents and organize collaborative working spaces for students on the cloud, where they can be accessed and edited anytime. Finally, we will consider how OneDrive can be used in the planning of your learning activities and identify meaningful strategies for implementing and managing collective tasks or group work in the digital environment.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Tues., May. 712:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.EDV0242 – Section 1 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Weds., May 81:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.EDV0242 – Section 2 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Developing Effective Rubrics & Marking Schemes – (EDV0209)

Facilitated by Ada Sharpe and Nathan Gardi

A good rubric or marking scheme can make all the difference for you and your students. Consider the possible impact on marking efficiency, fairness and consistency, and feedback for learners that a well-designed grading tool can offer. Join us to learn about key components of rubric and marking scheme design and how to incorporate these tools seamlessly into your eConestoga course shell.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Thurs., May. 162:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.EDV0209 – Section 1 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Fri., May. 2412:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.EDV0209 – Section 2 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Handouts 2.0: Building Collaborative Documents for Active Learning- (EDV0181)

Facilitated by Evelyn Schmidt

Are you wondering how collaborative documents can encourage participation in your teaching and assessment activities? This workshop will showcase how accessible collaborative documents can be used with in-person, synchronous and asynchronous learning environments. You will also explore multiple strategies for using collaborative documents in activity design, while ensuring that these resources are fully accessible to your learners.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Fri., Apr 191:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.EDV0181- Section 12 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Tues., Apr 23.11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.EDV0181- Section 13 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Foundations of Teaching and Learning with AI – (EDV0183)

Facilitated by Elan Paulson

Being “genAI literate” means knowing how to use generative AI (genAI) effectively to achieve your goals. This workshop builds foundational genAI literacy for teachers: recognizing and appreciating the capacity of genAI to accelerate your teaching and engage students in learning. Come explore ideas for using genAI as a lesson planner and active learning tool. Gain tips to use genAI safely and responsibly in your classroom.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Weds., Apr 241:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.EDV0183 – Section 13 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

 H5P Make and Take: Documentation Tool – (EDV0204)

Facilitated by Taylor Wilson

In this hands-on workshop, you will learn the steps to create an interactive H5P activity called the Documentation Tool. This allows you to create a custom form or “wizard” that students can fill out, allowing them to generate, download, and submit a document containing their responses. This can be used for assessments, knowledge co-construction, brainstorming, or other collaborative learning outcomes. While familiarity with H5P is beneficial, it’s not mandatory to attend this session.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Weds., Apr 2410:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.EDV0204 – Section 7 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

H5P Make and Take – Fill in the Blank – (EDV0219) 

Facilitated by Taylor Wilson

In this beginner friendly hands-on workshop, you will learn the steps to create a Fill in the Blanks activity using H5P. Image Sequencing activities are a great way for students to practice active recall, engage in critical thinking, and promote a deeper understanding of the material surrounding a topic. Previous experience with H5P and/or completion of The Essentials of H5P workshop is encouraged but not required.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Tues., Apr 161:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.EDV0219 – Section 2 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Weds., Apr 1710:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.EDV0219 – Section 3 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Tues., Apr 2311:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.EDV0219- Section 4 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Implementing BOPPPS for Effective Weekly Lessons – (EDV0225)

Facilitated by Marcia Chaudet

Join us for an explorative workshop where you will learn how to craft and organize your lesson materials to align with the BOPPPS framework. We will discuss practical tips and techniques for creating engaging slides and organizing supplementary materials to enhance student learning and participation. Leave with actionable insights to optimize your weekly lesson delivery and foster a more engaging classroom environment.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Mon., June 32:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.EDV0225 – Section 1 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Fri., June 149:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.EDV0225 – Section 2 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

 Intermediate Skills with Panopto – (EDV0033)

Facilitated by Evelyn Schmidt

This workshop is designed for those who have already added Panopto to a course and have videos in their account. Come explore some of the advanced features Panopto can offer, including smart chapters, editing captions, interactive quizzes, and more!

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Fri., Apr 121:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.EDV0033 – Section 4 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Thurs., Apr 181:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.EDV0033 – Section 5 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Introducing Mentimeter – (EDV0200)

Facilitated by Evelyn Schmidt

Looking for ways to boost participation and engagement in your courses? Welcome to this interactive, introductory level webinar about Mentimeter! Hosted by the Mentimeter team in collaboration with Teaching and Learning, this session will go through the basics of Mentimeter and walk you through using this interactive polling tool in any teaching mode. These dynamic questions will help increase interaction in your course and create engagement in your bridges, pre or post assessments. In this session, you will learn how to set up and use Mentimeter for in-person, synchronous or asynchronous classes. Leave with some new ideas, a template slide deck you can adapt to your own needs, and access to your Conestoga provided, fully licensed Mentimeter account! 

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Mon., Apr 221:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. EDV0200 – Section 8 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Mon., May 6 11:30 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. EDV0200 – Section 1 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Fri., May 101:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. EDV0200 – Section 2 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Thurs., May 1610:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. EDV0200 – Section 3 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Fri., May 1711:30 a.m. to 1:00 pm EDV0200 – Section 4 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Thurs., May 2312:30 p.m. to 2:00 pm EDV0200 – Section 5 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Introduction to Padlet – (EDV0940)

Facilitated by Evelyn Schmidt

This session will get you started using Padlet, a versatile and simple teaching and learning tool. Try out Padlets designed for collaborating, organizing and discussing. Learn to embed and link in your courses, and leave with several examples to build from.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Mon., Apr 1511:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.EDV0940 – Section 9 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Thurs., Apr 2510:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.EDV0940 – Section 10 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Introduction to Panopto for Teaching – (EDV0270)

Facilitated by Evelyn Schmidt

Are you interested in creating videos you can use and reuse in your courses? Conestoga has recently licensed Panopto, a full feature video service for exactly this! Create screenshares, role plays, equipment demonstrations, whiteboard diagram demonstrations and more. Use Panopto much like YouTube to create, edit, transcribe and share videos, but with the added benefit of unlimited storage and retention, and integration and analytics with your eConestoga courses. Work on a brief sample video, and gain some hands on experience building videos in Panopto. Learn some principles of educational video creation along side technical tips and leave with greater confidence in creating your own teaching and learning videos.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Mon., Apr. 151:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.EDV0270 – Section 6 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Thurs., Apr. 2512:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.EDV0270 – Section 7 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Mon., Apr. 292:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.EDV0270 – Section 8 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

“Is your Zooming Booming or Bombing?”: An introduction to Classroom Management on Zoom – (EDV0218)

Facilitated by Adrienne Vanthuyne

Do you wonder how best to encourage positive student participation in a synchronous session? In this workshop, participants will discuss and share practical classroom management strategies for online synchronous (zoom) classes. We will examine current research on classroom management practices in virtual settings and analyze classroom management scenarios. Participants will debrief ideas and create a list of best practices for before, during, and after, conducting synchronous classes.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Sat., Apr. 2710:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.EDV0218 – Section 1 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Thurs., May. 210:00 .am. to 11:30 a.m.EDV0218 – Section 2 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Key Technology Tools and Practices for Prompt and Meaningful Feedback – (EDV0520)

Facilitated by Jesslyn Wilkinson

Tired of typing up endless paragraphs of feedback? In this session, learn about some tools to bring variety, value and impact to the feedback you offer students. Test out peer-to-peer feedback tools as well as instructor feedback tools, and learn the best applications of each approach. Share and learn about suggested processes and types of comments when creating feedback, and take away some new tools to help close the feedback loop.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Sat., Apr. 1310:00 .am. to 11:30 a.m.EDV0520 – Section 2 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Lesson Planning with Copilot – (EDV0244)

Facilitated by Jesslyn Wilkinson

This workshop is designed to enhance how educators plan their lessons. Participants will explore using Microsoft Copilot to streamline lesson planning and create dynamic, engaging activities. Discover techniques for prompting Copilot to generate lesson bridges, pre-assessments, participatory activities, and post-assessment ideas that align with the BOPPPS lesson planning model and Conestoga’s educational standards. In this practical session, you will learn to use Copilot to design and revise lesson plans with variety and interest.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Thurs., May. 1610:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.EDV0244 – Section 1 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Thurs., May. 2311:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.EDV0244 – Section 2 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Fri., May 311:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.EDV0244 – Section 3 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Sat., June 110:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.EDV0244 – Section 4 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Managing Student Engagement – Planning, Considerations and Strategies – (EDV0029)

Facilitated by David MacLennan

Students come with a variety of learning preferences, needs and backgrounds. This workshop will explore information and practical strategies to help you reach the wide variety of students in your class.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Weds., May. 87:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.EDV0029 – Section 1 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Tues., May 289:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.EDV0029 – Section 2 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Sat., June 159:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.EDV0029 – Section 3 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Making the Most of the APR – (EDV0249)

Facilitated by Darren Power,Amy Buesser, and Julia Rodricks

This tutorial will explore best practices for each section of the Annual Program Reflection (APR) system, and provide examples of how to structure APR Meetings. This session is ideal for all users of the APR system including Chairs, Coordinators, Faculty, Program Managers and other program team members. Guided by members of the Institutional Quality Management – Program Quality and Review team.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Fri., May 33:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.EDV0249 – Section 1 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Weds., May 83:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.EDV0249 – Section 2 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Navigating, Investigating, and Filing Academic Misconduct – (EDV0247)

Facilitated by Cory Scurr and Carla Mangahis

In this workshop, participants will receive an overview of Conestoga’s Academic Integrity policies and procedures. We’ll explore how to communicate to students when misconduct is suspected and how to file an incident using the Employee Portal. Finally, we’ll review best practices and some available resources.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Tues., May. 710:00 .am. to 12:00 p.m.EDV0247 – Section 1 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Reflecting on Assessment Data to Support Student Success – (EDV0166)

Facilitated by Monsurat Raji , David Baidoo-Anu and Ada Sharpe

Did you know that eConestoga now provides an Assessment Analysis feature that can help you reflect on assessment items as well as your teaching and feedback strategies related to assessments? Join this workshop to learn more about three assessment analysis features visible only to faculty. Together, we will explore how you can use these to reflect on reliability and validity and adjust your assessment practices.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Mon., Apr 1510:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.EDV0166 – Section 6 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Weds, Apr 175:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.EDV0166 – Section 8 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Thurs, May 25:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.EDV0166 – Section 1 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Tues, May 711:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.EDV0166 – Section 2 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Fri, May 171:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.EDV0166 – Section 3 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Responding to Racism and Hate in Teaching – (EDV0141)

Facilitated by Lauren Spring

Whether intentional or not, hateful actions and words harm and exclude valuable members of our community. What should faculty do when a racist or hateful comment is made in their classroom? In this workshop, we will discuss practical examples of how faculty can respond swiftly and appropriately to racism and hate that may show up in teaching contexts.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Fri., May 31 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 am EDV0141 – Section 1 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Rethinking Academic Integrity Through Assessment in the Age of GenAI – (EDV0169)

Facilitated by Monsurat Raji

GenAI is shifting approaches to academic integrity through assessment. Are you interested in critical conversations around the convergence of GenAI, assessment, and academic integrity in the classroom? In this workshop, we will discuss the values of rethinking academic integrity in assessments and share ideas for putting these values into practice to help build a culture of academic integrity in the classroom.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Fri., May 31 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 pm EDV0169 – Section 1 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Scaffolding for Success – (EDV0131)

Facilitated by Monsurat Raji

In this workshop, we will focus on approaches to scaffolding student learning in preparation for an assessment. We will explore what current research tells us about the benefits of scaffolding and collaboratively apply a model for its use. The session will also provide space to reflect on challenges and opportunities in implementing a scaffolded approach.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Thurs., May. 211:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.EDV0131 – Section 1 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Mon., May 61:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.EDV0131 – Section 2 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Thurs., May 237:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.EDV0131 – Section 3 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

So You’ve received an Academic Accommodation Letter, Now what? – (EDV0137)

Facilitated by Shermeen Khan and Erik Brener

You got an accommodation letter, and you’re sweating bullets. Will you be sued? Do you know what to do next? What if you mess up? What do accommodations mean for your work, anyway? Come to this workshop to learn about your obligations in the accommodation process, and get your questions directly answered by staff in Accessible Learning—your allies in the accommodation landscape!

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Thurs., May 911:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.EDV0137 – Section 1 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Fri., May 1710:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.EDV0137 – Section 2 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Support Learning with Newer Features of Zoom – (EDV0250)

Facilitated by Evelyn Schmidt

In this session, we explore ways to deliver interactive lessons that engage students and support learning using some features of Zoom best suited for teaching and learning.  Learn tips and strategies for sharing Zoom links in eConestoga, pulling attendance lists, annotating and demonstrating on shared screens, supporting and monitoring breakout room, and recording your Zoon session.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Fri., Apr. 1211:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.EDV0250 – Section 6 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Thurs., Apr. 1811:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.EDV0250 – Section 7 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Mon., Apr 2210:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.EDV0250 – Section 8 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Mon., Apr 2911:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.EDV0250 – Section 9 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Teaching In-Person: Setting Up the Room, Welcoming Students and Designing the First Class – (EDV0190)

Facilitated by Laura Stoutenburg ,Nasreen Sultana , Adrienne Vanthuyne , Lauren Spring and Glenn Wagner

Come join your colleagues on-campus and re(visit) classroom technologies, delivery, interactions and processes

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Tues., Apr 235:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.EDV0190 – Section 5 of Winter 2024
In-Person (Doon Campus)
Weds., Apr 2410:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.EDV0190 – Section 6 of Winter 2024
In-Person (Doon Campus)
Thurs., Apr 257:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.EDV0190 – Section 7 of Winter 2024
In-Person (Doon Campus)
Mon., Apr 297:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.EDV0190 – Section 8 of Winter 2024
In-Person (Waterloo Campus)
Fri., May 312:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.EDV0190 – Section 9 of Winter 2024
In-Person (Downtown Kitchener Campus)
Sat., May 410:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.EDV0190 – Section 10 of Winter 2024
In-Person (Doon Campus)

 The Essentials of H5P – (EDV0168)

Facilitated by Taylor Wilson

Join us to explore the essentials of another open learning tool, the H5P Studio. In this hands-on workshop, we will focus on eCampus Ontario’s H5P Studio; through demonstration and practice, you will gain the skills to use or create your own H5P interactives. You will learn more about creating an H5P Studio account, navigating the H5P Studio catalogue, how to embed H5P content into your course websites and more.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Fri., Apr 122:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.EDV0168 – Section 8 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Fri., Apr 1911:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.EDV0168 – Section 9 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

The MS Copilot Rollout: What it Means for Faculty – (EDV0205)

Facilitated by Nancy Nelson

Microsoft Copilot is a new AI-powered chatbot that can help you work more productively, boost creativity, and understand information better. In this session we’ll explore the possibilities and challenges that faculty may experience when collaborating with an AI companion. We’ll suggest ways you can safely tinker and play with Copilot to do teaching-related tasks, and answer your questions about the rollout.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Weds., Apr 171:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.EDV0205 – Section 21 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Fri., Apr 199:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.EDV0205 – Section 22 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Tues., Apr 239:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.EDV0205 – Section 23 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Thurs., Apr 252:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.EDV0205 – Section 24 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

The Potential Impact of Generative AI on our Work and Lives – (EDV0153)

Facilitated by Jesslyn Wilkinson

This session offers an overview of the types of generative artificial intelligence (genAI) that are likely to impact college work and our personal lives in the near future. Examples of genAI applications in a variety of contexts will be shared. You’ll have the opportunity to discuss with colleagues how genAI might impact both your college-related work and your everyday life.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Mon., Apr. 152:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.EDV0153 – Section 5 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Tues., Apr. 2310:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.EDV0153 – Section 6 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Thinking Critically With AI – (EDV0246)

Facilitated by Elan Paulson

This interactive workshop will explore using AI in the classroom in two ways to foster critical thinking in your students. You’ll get hands-on experience in creating in-class tasks to check the quality of AI outputs and refine prompts for better outputs. You’ll leave with practical methods to incorporate AI into your teaching and boost your students’ critical thinking.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Weds., May. 810:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.EDV0246 – Section 1 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Fri., May. 107:00 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.EDV0246 – Section 2 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Tues., May 141:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.EDV0246 – Section 3 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Thurs., May 1611:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.EDV0246 – Section 4 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Weds., May 2910:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.EDV0246 – Section 5 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Fri., May 312:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.EDV0246 – Section 6 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Two Ways to Gamify Exam or Test Reviews – (EDV0133)

Facilitated by Jesslyn Wilkinson

Want to gamify an exam review period to help relieve anxiety and have students practice material? This session will provide two ways you can do this! You’ll experience the games and leave with some templates and ideas you can readily use in your own teaching.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Fri., Apr 121:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.EDV0133 – Section 7 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Understanding Similarity Reports – (EDV0255)

Facilitated by Cory Scurr and Carla Mangahis

This course will provide a high-level overview of using, understanding and interpreting Turnitin and its various features on eConestoga. During the two-hour workshop, participants will learn the best practice to set up Turnitin on their course shell, examine examples of similarity scores and understand the new AI detector

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Weds., May. 222:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.EDV0255 – Section 1 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Understanding Turnitin – (EDV0068)

Facilitated by Dr. Cory Scurr and Carla Mangahis

This course will provide a high-level overview of using, understanding and interpreting Turnitin and its various features on eConestoga. During the two-hour workshop, participants will learn the best practice to set up Turnitin on their course shell, examine examples of similarity scores and understand the new AI detector.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Tues., Apr. 161:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.EDV0068 – Section 7 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Using Charismatic Leadership Tactics (CLTs) to Engage Students in Learning Tough Concepts – (EDV0142)

Facilitated by Kathryn Brillinger

Come learn about these tactics and ways they can be used to introduce challenging course topics. We will examine the theory and research behind singling out 7 specific leadership tactics for faculty to focus on integrating.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Tues., Apr. 1611:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.EDV0142 – Section 5 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Mon., Apr. 2211:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.EDV0142 – Section 6 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Using Panopto to Collect Video Assignments – (EDV0032)

If your course has students submitting videos or recordings, this workshop is for you! By the end of this workshop, you’ll have created a student assignment submission folder for your course. You’ll receive helpful information to add to your assignment description to support students in their submissions, and tips about how to connect students to college technical supports.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Weds., Apr. 1912:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.EDV0032 – Section 7 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

Using Respondus Monitor and Lockdown – (EDV0223)

Facilitated by Nancy Nelson, Sherri Steele, Cory Scurr, Carla Mangahis, Nathan Gardi and Marty Montgomery

Join an overview, demonstration and discussion of the best uses and limitations of these technologies for final exams and other testing. OLC, Teaching & Learning and Academic Integrity will be on hand to share and respond to questions.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Thurs., Apr. 1810:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.EDV0223 – Section 2 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom
Mon., Apr. 2210:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.EDV0223 – Section 3 of Winter 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom

 Using Zoom Whiteboard to Support Collaboration – (EDV0245)

Facilitated by Evelyn Schmidt

This hands-on workshop introduces you to the Zoom Whiteboard tool. It demonstrates its functions and explores examples of strategies for incorporating the tool in whole-group collaboration as well as small student group settings.

DateTimeSection Number and Delivery Mode
Fri., May. 171:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.EDV0245 – Section 1 of Spring 2024
Online Synchronous via Zoom