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Upcoming Tech Tuesday Sessions

Monday, August 20th, 2018

Sign up for one of the upcoming Tech Tuesday events. These 50 minute sessions will include time for Q&A and will provide you with resources to use technology more efficiently in your job (and possibly your life). Some Tech Tuesday topics are being offered twice, please register by session.

Tuesday, August 28: Setting up Your Blackboard Course to Match Your Syllabus
10 a.m. or 1 p.m. in Olmsted TMR 132

This practical, hands-on session will help you to take what is provided in your completed syllabus and build your Blackboard course to match what you have already developed. Taught by Karly Good, ITS

NOTE: Please bring your own laptop or other internet capable device. If you don’t have a laptop or internet capable device, consider borrowing one from the laptop kiosk located in the lobby of Meredith Hall.

Tuesday, Sept. 4: Making the IT Service Portal Work for You
10 a.m. in Olmsted TMR 133

The IT service portal is a place to find answers to frequently asked technology questions and to request help when needed. Find out how easy it is to make and track requests. Whether you’ve used the IT Service Portal or not, we’ll help you understand how to use it more effectively, and how it can make your work life easier. Participants will receive 1 hour of BUILD credit for attending this session. Taught by Carla Herling & Clayton Mitchell, ITS

Tuesday, September 11: Enhancing Communication through Blackboard
10 a.m. or 1 p.m. in Olmsted TMR 132

Learn to promote, create and maintain open communication channels through using a variety of tools in Blackboard. We will focus on learning more about automated notifications from the system as well as other means to communicate and collaborate. Taught by Karly Good & Clayton Mitchell, ITS

NOTE: Please bring your own laptop or other internet capable device. If you don’t have a laptop or internet capable device, consider borrowing one from the laptop kiosk located in the lobby of Meredith Hall.

Tuesday, September 18: Using Office365 for Educational Information & Collaboration
10 a.m. or 1 p.m. in Olmsted TMR 133

What is Office365? What tools are included in the suite? How can you use them for student access and collaboration? How can you leverage these tools and bring mobile technologies into your classroom? Taught by Clayton Mitchell, ITS

NOTE: Please bring your own laptop or other internet capable device. If you don’t have a laptop or internet capable device, consider borrowing one from the laptop kiosk located in the lobby of Meredith Hall.

Registration is open for all classes now.
Sign up and learn more today at www.drake.edu/its/techtuesdays/

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