Using Technology to Facilitate Student Engagement
This one day intensive workshop is designed to help colleagues who are interested in eLearning but have limited experience to start integrating technologies in teaching. This workshop introduces technical tools that faculty members can take advantage of in various ways to promote student engagement in various modes of eLearning delivery.
This is a hands-on workshop that you will learn, try out and practice using various eLearning tools. We will also discuss and share various ways that these tools could be used to promote students engagement online. Faculty or staff who need to plan or build elearning elements or courses will find this useful. No prior experience required! Please kindly note that lunch is NOT provided for this workshop.
Note: you might be asked to bring your own laptop, mobile phone, headset, flash-drive, and other devices for this workshop depending on the number of participants and the technical tools. You will receive emails from your facilitator in advance if these devices are required.
2018 Fall offering schedule:
- 10AM – 3PM, Thursday, October 18 in DB 1014: Registration
- 10AM – 3PM, Tuesday, November 20 in DB 1014: Registration
Podcast workshop series
Workshop II: How to record podcasts with Audacity
Note: This is workshop II of the TC Podcast workshop series. The workshop I of the Podcast series is the TC October webinar. You can find information to the October webinar on https://teachingcommons.yorku.ca/webinar/
Time: Friday, November 23, 12:00 pm – 1.30 pm
This is workshop II of the TC Podcast workshop series.
This is a hands-on workshop on using the Audacity® software to make quality podcast recordings for your teaching and research. This workshop focuses on guiding participants to learn and practice techniques to record and edit audio clips using Audacity®. We will also discuss appropriate tools for creating a podcast.
Please note that this is a face to face workshop. Participants will be asked to
- Bring their own laptops and have the Audacity® software installed on their laptop before the workshop.
- Bring headphones to the workshop
Audacity® is an easy-to-use free audio software. You can download it from https://www.audacityteam.org/. For Audacity® system requirements, please refer to https://www.audacityteam.org/download/windows/ and https://www.audacityteam.org/download/mac/.
Please kindly note that Audacity® is not supported by York University.