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Academic Scheduling Q&A - BANNER And R25 Perspectives(1.5 Hours)
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Prerequisite: N/A
Description:

This session will review schedule entry procedures, including some of the most common mistakes and/or steps that might be missed and how they affect registration, room scheduling and reporting to the BOR. Information about training and other resources will be presented. 

 

Information about the coordination between BANNER and the R25 room scheduling software will also be available. Some topics might include the important pieces of BANNER that determine the success of the scheduling software, the exam creation process and timelines for processing.

 

This session will offer attendees a chance to ask those questions that arise and for which answers may not always be handy.   Any questions not answerable by the folks present will be investigated and forwarded to those folks who know the answers, so no question will be left alone….   Participants are asked to bring questions as well as best practices to share with others.

 

All personnel who participate in the creation and maintenance of sections in BANNER are encouraged to attend at least one of the sessions.

Acrobat 10- Creating Fill-able Forms(2.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: - None
Description: This workshop covers,
How to convert a MS word document to PDF and then create fill-able fields on the PDF document so that users may type directly into the PDF document and print the document.
Plus:
1. How to enhance your fill-able forms
2. Setting tab orders
3. Adding Javascript necessary for putting the form online
4. Inserting and managing digital signatures

Note: Please make sure you have Acrobat 10 installed.  If not, make a service desk request at: servicedesk@gpc.edu

Audio Lab Training 2(1.5 Hours)
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Prerequisite: Audio Lab Training I
Description: The Second Audio Lab Training Focuses On Editing Techniqus And Tools, Automation, And Using The Euphonix MC Mix Outboard Mixer.

Audio Lab Training I(1.5 Hours)
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Prerequisite: None
Description: This Workshop Will Introduce Students To The Equipment And Techniques Needed To Use The MediaSpot Audio Lab To Record Voice Overs, Instruments, And Vocals. This Course Is Required For Students Who Wish To Use The MediaSpot Audio Lab For Recording.

Bb Collaborate For Meetings(1.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: None
Description: This workshop focuses on using Bb Collaborate web conferencing for Meetings. Bb Collaborate web conferencing allows for real-time audio, desktop, sharing, whiteboarding, etc.

Campus Movie Fest Bootcamp(1.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: None
Description: Campus Movie Fest is coming back to Georgia Perimeter College! Students will get a chance to create short films and enter them in an international festival for free.

This training will introduce you to the festival and its rules. We hope that you will encourage your students to enter.
www.campusmoviefest.com

Classroom Polling With Clickers- Implementing A Student Response System(2.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: - Familiarity With PowerPoint And USB Drives
Description: This workshop covers,
1. An introduction to classroom polling using a student response system (aka Clickers)

A student response system or clicker allows faculty to collect student responses to multiple choice, short answer, or numeric questions and display the results in a graphic form.
The results from each polling session can be saved, analyzed and recorded scores in your course grade book.

Uses of this software are:
1. Checking for Understanding- Instructors can ask questions that requires students to use and apply what they’ve learned. Students and instructors are able to immediately assess the progress of the class and each student in developing an understanding of course material.
2. Assess Prior Knowledge and Understanding- Instructors can gauge what students already know as well as ask questions to activate relevant knowledge that will aid in learning new material.
3. Quantify Course Participation- Using the associated Results Manager software, instructors can award participation grades based on how many questions students respond to each day.

Classroom Technology Training- Alpharetta (1.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: - None
Description: This workshop covers,
Training on the technology found in campus classrooms including:
1. Using the computer
2. Connecting a laptop
3. Turning the projector on/off
4. Controlling volume
5. Using the sympodium
6. Using the document camera
7. Using the DVD player
8. Switching between the sympodium, document camera and DVD player

Classroom Technology Training- Clarkston(1.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: - None
Description: This workshop covers,
Training on the technology found in campus classrooms including:
1. Using the computer
2. Connecting a laptop
3. Turning the projector on/off
4. Controlling volume
5. Using the sympodium
6. Using the document camera
7. Using the DVD player
8. Switching between the sympodium, document camera and DVD player

Classroom Technology Training- Decatur (1.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: - None
Description: This workshop covers,
Training on the technology found in campus classrooms including:
1. Using the computer
2. Connecting a laptop
3. Turning the projector on/off
4. Controlling volume
5. Using the sympodium
6. Using the document camera
7. Using the DVD player
8. Switching between the sympodium, document camera and DVD player

Classroom Technology Training- Dunwoody (1.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: - None
Description: This workshop covers,
Training on the technology found in campus classrooms including:
1. Using the computer
2. Connecting a laptop
3. Turning the projector on/off
4. Controlling volume
5. Using the sympodium
6. Using the document camera
7. Using the DVD player
8. Switching between the sympodium, document camera and DVD player

Classroom Technology Training- Newton (1.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: - None
Description: This workshop covers,
Training on the technology found in campus classrooms including:
1. Using the computer
2. Connecting a laptop
3. Turning the projector on/off
4. Controlling volume
5. Using the sympodium
6. Using the document camera
7. Using the DVD player
8. Switching between the sympodium, document camera and DVD player

Designing Student Media Projects With The MediaSpot(1.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: - None
Description: If you’ve been looking for a way to incorporate video, audio, photography, or graphic design assignments into your course but weren’t sure where to begin, this workshop is for you.
Learn how to design media projects that support your course objectives and help students learn.
Find out how the new MediaSpot video and audio production equipment, facilities, training classes and staff can help.

http://mediaspot.gpc.edu


Final Cut Pro- Part 1- Basic Editing(2.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: - None
Description: This workshop covers,
1. Video editing
2. Importing
3. Transitions
4. Exporting video

Final Cut Pro- Part 2- Advanced Techniques(2.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: - Final Cut Pro- Part 1- Basics
Description:

Now that you've taken the "Final Cut Pro- Part 1- Basics" workshop, learn more powerful editing techniques?
This workshop covers,

1. how to create basic effects
2. use color correction
3. and much more


Final Cut Pro- Part 3- Using Final Cut Studio(2.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: - Final Cut Pro- Parts 1 And 2
Description: This workshop covers,
Learning how to send projects from your Final Cut Pro Timeline
1. to Soundtrack Pro for sound editing,
2. to DVD studio pro for DVD authoring, and
3. to Compressor for all your file compression needs

FrontPage- Basics- Beginning Web Design(2.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: - Word Processing And File Management
Description: This Workshop Covers:
1. Planning a website using principles of web design
2. Setting up FrontPage to work with the GPC web server
3. Setting properties for web pages
4. Formatting web pages
5. Creating hyperlinks
6. Publishing your files using FTP

FrontPage- Intermediate Web Design(2.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: - FrontPage- Basics- Beginning Web Design
Description: This Workshop Covers:
1. Inserting images
2. Creating bookmarks, also known as targets
3. Using graphics as hyperlinks
4. Adding alternate text to images
5. Changing image properties
6. Creating tables
7. Familiarizing yourself with the HTML view
8. Reviewing pages for ADA compliance

ICollege - Creating Assessments(2.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: None
Description:

By the end of this session, participants will be able to…

  • Create and grade Dropbox assignments
  • Create Rubrics for assessing work
  • Organize questions in the Question Library
  • Create and grade Quizzes
  • Create Self Assessments and Surveys
  • Grade Discussions

ICollege - Creating Assessments (Self-Paced)(2.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: None
Description:

This course is the same as the face-to-face and wimba session of the iCollege: Creating Assessments however, because it is self-paced, you can complete it in your own time and at your own pace. You will have two weeks to complete the training. By the end of this session, participants will be able to…

  • Create and grade Dropbox assignments
  • Create Rubrics for assessing work
  • Organize questions in the Question Library
  • Create and grade Quizzes
  • Create Self Assessments and Surveys
  • Grade Discussions

ICollege Fantastic Friday(5.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite:
Description: iCollege Fantastic Friday - This full day session will teach participants how to set up their courses in iCollege. We will start participants with a new, blank section in D2L. 

The following topics will be covered:
  1. Requesting a new blank building section.
  2. Navigating iCollege- D2L.
  3. Creating News Items
  4. Creating Discussions
  5. Using Email
  6. Using the Calendar
  7. Using the Classlist
  8. Uploading Files
  9. Creating HTML Files
  10. Creating Modules
  11. Using the Course Builder
  12. Creating Assessments- Quizzes and Dropbox
  13. Copying Content from Another Course
  14. Grading Assessments
  15. Managing the Gradebook


iCollege Super Saturday(5.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: None
Description: iCollege Super Saturday - This fullday sessions will teach participants how to set up their courses in iCollege. We will start participants with a new, blank section in D2L. 

The following topics will be covered:
  1. Requesting a new blank building section.
  2. Navigating iCollege- D2L.
  3. Creating News Items
  4. Creating Discussions
  5. Using Email
  6. Using the Calendar
  7. Using the Classlist
  8. Uploading Files
  9. Creating HTML Files
  10. Creating Modules
  11. Using the Course Builder
  12. Creating Assessments- Quizzes and Dropbox
  13. Copying Content from Another Course
  14. Grading Assessments
  15. Managing the Gradebook


ICollege- Basics(2.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: None
Description:

This session provides participants with the essential knowledge needed for developing a new course in iCollege.

Participants will learn how to:

  • Navigate within D2L
  • Manage course files
  • Create Modules and Topics in the Content tool
  • Organize content with the Course Builder
  • Set up the iCollege Grade Book Copy
  • Content from another course

ICollege- Basics (Self-Paced)(2.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: None
Description:

The goal of this SELF-PACED course is to provide the basic information that you need in order to set up your iCollege courses in the new D2L system. This course will take approximately 2 hours to complete. It has the exact same content as the live face-to-face and Wimba versions of this course. You will have two weeks to complete the course.

This session provides participants with the essential knowledge needed for developing a new course in iCollege- D2L.

It is intended for participants who want to build new content in a blank course as well as copy SELECT content from migrated courses.

Participants will learn how to:

• Request a Blank Building Section
• Navigate within the iCollege- D2L environment
• Store files in the Manage Files area
• Copy (import) content from another course
• Use the Course Builder to reorganize content
• Use the Grades Setup Wizard


ICollege- Gradebook (Self-Paced)(1.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: None
Description:

The goal of this course is to provide the basic information that you need in order to set up the gradebook for each of your iCollege courses in the new D2L system.  This course will take approximately 1 hour to complete.  It has the exact same content as the live face-to-face and Wimba versions of this course. You will have two weeks to complete the course.

By the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Use the Grades setup wizard
  • Create grade items and categories
  • Enter grades manually
  • Calculate the final grade
  • Create grade schemes
  • Import grades from and export grades to a spreadsheet

ICollege- Interactions And Communications(2.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: None
Description:

This session will help you to develop interaction and communication opportunities in your course.

Participants will learn how to:

  1. Engage in one-way communication with students through the News tool, Calendar, Intelligent Agents, and the Wimba Voice Podcaster

  2. Engage in two-way communication with students through Email, the Classlist tool, and Blackboard IM

  3. Engage in group communication and collaboration through Discussions, Blackboard IM, Wimba Classroom, and Wimba Voice Boards


ICollege- MyMathLab Plus (PT Faculty Only)(2.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite:
Description: This session will cover how to use the MyMathLab Plus tools that are integrated into iCollege- D2L.
It is not recommended for faculty that have experience using MyMathLab in previous semesters.

This will cover how to access MyMathLab Plus through iCollege- D2L, how to setup assignments, etc.


ICollege- MyMathLab Plus Integration (Fall Faculty ONLY)(1.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: ICollege- D2L Fresh Start Or Working With A Migrated Course
Description: This session will show GPC MATH faculty using MyMathLab Plus integrated with iCollege- D2L how to:
1.  Add an External Learning Tool link to their iCollege- D2L courses
2.  How to access their migrated MyMathLab assignments
3.  How to navigate the new MyMathLab plus look

ICollege-Creating Content(2.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: None
Description:

By the end of this session, participants will be able to:

  • Describe the various workflows for adding content to a course
  • Navigate with the D2L environment
  • Use the Manage Files area to add content
  • Use the Content Tool to add content
  • Use the Course Builder to add content
  • Create a Course Information Widget
  • Create a Checklist
  • Use the Links tool
  • Personalize content using replace strings
  • Copy Content from another course

ICollege-Grading Clinic(1.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: Student Work In ICollege
Description: The Grading Clinic is a one-on-one appointment with an instructional technologist to assist an instructor with grading quizzes, test, exams, discussion postings, assignments, etc as well as setting up the gradebook to calculate final grades.

There is no set agenda for this session. 

To get the most out of these appointments we recommend that you have actual student work that needs to be graded.



ICollege-Managing A Class(2.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite:
Description:

By the end of this session, you will be able to:

  • Use the Classlist to define the roles of participants in your course.
  • Use Intelligent Agents and Replace Strings to personalize your course.
  • Use Groups to organize students.
  • Use the Attendance to record participation.
  • Set up and enter Grades.

ICollege-Work Session(2.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: None
Description: Faculty are invited to come to the Q & A discussion with questions and thoughts regarding the new LMS, Desire2Learn.
As a participant driven session, there is no set agenda; as such, the success and content of each discussion is dependent upon your participation.
This is your chance to get answers to questions you always wanted to ask!

ICollege: ALEKS(1.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: None
Description: At the end of this session, users will be able to • Copy content from an iCollege course template to an instructor section • Create a custom widget on the course homepage • Edit widget content • Enter grades into the grade book • Modify grade book display settings • Add calendar entries • Post information using the News tool • Post information using the Content tool • Access “Time and Topic” reports in ALEKS • Create custom reports in ALEKS • Identify and email specific students for mini-workshops in ALEKS • Create and cancel assessments in ALEKS

ICollege: Bb Collaborate (Web Conferencing)(1.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: None
Description: This workshop focuses on adding/enhancing your iCollege sections with Bb Collaborate web conferencing. Bb Collaborate web conferencing allows for real-time audio, desktop, sharing, whiteboarding, etc.

iCollege: MyMathLab (1.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: None
Description: This session will cover how to use the MyMathLab Plus tools that are integrated intoiCollege- D2L.
It is recommended for faculty who would like to start using MML or expand its use for their classes.
This session will cover:
• Why should I use MML?
• How to add an External Learning Tool link to iCollege- D2L courses
• How to access MyMathLab Plus through iCollege- D2L
• How to create and import MyMathLab assignments
• How to use set up and use the grade book in MML including adding offline items
• Explore some of the new tools in MyMathLab Plus

ICollege:Plagarism Detection (Turnitin)(2.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: None
Description: This demonstration will walk you through the steps to set up a Dropbox assignment enabled with TurnItIn's plagiarism checker and GradeMark tool. Grades post directly to the iCollege grade book, and you'll be able to assess academic honesty and provide more robust feedback in less time without leaving iCollege.

iMovie(2.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: - None
Description: iMovie is a video editing program that allows you to create movies using still photos and video.
Use iMovie to add that something extra to your footage before you share it with others.
In order to be successful, we recommend a familiarity with a Mac.
Objectives
1- Import video clips and still images
2- Create a new project
3- Edit your movie project
Additional
If you have video clips or still images of your own you may bring them in on a flash drive.

Intro To Final Cut Pro X(1.5 Hours)
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Prerequisite: None
Description: Learn the basics to this professional video editing program; Importing, editing tips and tricks, transitions, and exporting video will be covered. Open to faculty/staff who are interested in improving their video editing skills and learning the basics of Final Cut Pro X.

IOS Development: Beginning Development(2.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: - None
Description: An introduction to the tools needed to begin developing an iOS (iPod Touch, iPhone, iPad) application.
A couple of simple apps will be developed.

IOS Development: Address Book Style Tables(2.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: - None
Description: In this session we'll take a look at how to read in a file and list it in a table view much like is done with the Address Book.
When tapping on an item, a detail description of that item will be shown.

IOS Development: Media & Location/Maps(2.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: - None
Description: In this session we'll see how to draw a map of our location and automatically zoom in on that location.
We'll also cover how to play media (movies) that are already on the device.

IOS Development: Photos/Camera & Address Book(2.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: - None
Description: In this session we'll discover how to access photos on an iOS device and how to use the camera to take photos.
We'll also see how to gain access to the email and phone number already stored in the devices Address Book.

Keynote 1: Building Creative Presentations(2.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: - None
Description: Keynote is presentation software that is a part of the Apple iWork suite.
Create captivating presentations by adding background color, images, animations and more to engage the audience in your story.
This session covers,
1- Basic knowledge of Keynote
2- How to create a presentation
3- How faculty/staff can benefit from its use

Keynote 2: Building Creative Presentations- Intermediate(2.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: Keynote: Building Creative Presentations
Description:

Keynote is presentation software that is a part of the Apple iWork suite.
Create captivating presentations by adding background color, images, animations and more to engage the audience in your story.
This session will explore:
1- medium level functions of Keynote® such as working with Master slides
2- adding a recording, and saving your presentation in different ways.


Mac Operating System (OS)- Basics(2.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: - None
Description: This hands on overview of Mac OS X covers,
1. How to navigate to find your files
2. How to find and configure "Control Panels"
3. How to make shortcuts.
4. We'll take a look at which applications come with the Mac and how to add/remove them to/from the doc.

Meeting Students At The EDGE: Using Classroom Engagement Technology To Achieve Our QEP(2.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: None
Description:

When you ask your students during class—and nearly all of us do—if they have any questions, do you frequently get many?  This two-hour session uses active learning components to practice developing and writing clicker questions that support the elements of the QEP, especially engagement.  Faculty will work in teams to use the pedagogical best practices presented by the session leader in the first part of the session.  The faculty teams will learn how to write good closed-ended formative questions and then move up to open-ended formative questions that have both numeric and alphanumeric answers.  The second part of the session will be spent practicing writing engaging questions that are multiple choice, numeric and alphanumeric.  The goal of the session is to combine the benefits of formative assessment in the classroom (engagement) with the key elements of the QEP (engagement) and demonstrate how using i>clicker can aid in keeping students interested, make learning relevant, and applicable to service/community learning strategies.

 


Motion Graphics(2.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: - None
Description: This workshop covers,
1. An overview of motion graphics aesthetics
2. How to use layers and groups
3. Basic key framing
4. Adjust size, scale, opacity and movement over time of just about any visual media

Online Library Service For Faculty(1.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: Please View The Library Services For GPC Online Faculty Video Before Attending This Session. It Is Approximately 11 Minutes Long And Accessible From This Link: Http://bit.ly/wauTTa
Description: An overview of library services for GPC Online faculty, with plenty of time for Q&A.
Brought to you by: GPC Libraries
This session covers,
1- GALILEO, ebooks, and physical materials for GPC Online
2- Reference and Instruction options for online students and faculty
3- How to use library resources in icollege


Online Library Service: Getting The Most Out Of GALILEO(2.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: Please View The Library Services For GPC Online Faculty Video Before Attending This Session. It Is Approximately 11 Minutes Long And Accessible From This Link: Http://bit.ly/wauTTa
Description: An overview of GALILEO databases for GPC faculty and staff, plus some advice about research strategies, search tips, and a few more advanced features of the databases to make your research easier.

This webinar covers:
1. How to use GALILEO to search for information on a subject
2. How to track down a citation in GALILEO
3. How to browse a particular journal in GALILEO
4. How to set up advanced features in EBSCOHOST. For example, having a search alert emailed to you.
5. Locating e-books and online videos in GALILEO.

Online Textbook Adoption Webinar(1.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: - None
Description: Do you have questions about ordering course materials?
Join us for an online adoption demonstration and course materials ordering discussion.
Open to all faculty and staff.
Topics include,
1. HEOA update
2. The course materials cycle
3. Online adoption entry demonstration and discussion
4. Q & A

Outlook 2010- Email And Contacts(2.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: - None
Description: Email and Contacts demonstrates the following topics:
• logging in
• setting email formatting options
• reading, replying to, and forwarding messages
• sending mail using the Outlook Address book and the GPC Directory.
• adding contacts to the Address book
• deleting messages
• finding sent mail
• organizing messages into folder
• auto-signatures
• changing passwords
• setting out of office messages
• sharing email and calendars

Photography I(2.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: - None
Description: "Photography I" introduces participants to using the Canon Rebel XSI DSLR cameras and also covers basic design principles, lenses, lighting, and other tips and tricks!


Photoshop 2- For Digital Photographers(2.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: - Photoshop 1
Description: Want to take what you learned in "Photoshop 1" to the next level? This class shows photography-specific techniques for editing, color correcting, and exporting your work so it looks its best in every format.

Photoshop for Graphic Designers(2.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: - None
Description: Get your hands on the world’s most widely used photo manipulation software and learn the techniques used by pros around the world to touch up photographs, add and remove elements, and get the best results when exporting photographs for the web, video, or print.

Respondus(2.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: - Basic Computer Skills
Description: An introduction to the Respondus quiz/survey writing software that is used with iCollege.
This workshop covers,
1. Starting a new RESPONDUS project
2. Importing a text file
3. Creating questions
4. Selecting the quiz/survey settings
5. Previewing and publishing to iCollege

Rewind- Lecture Capture in the Face to Face Classroom(2.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: None
Description:

Rewind is a lecture capture solution that allows faculty teaching in designated classrooms (see below) to capture their lectures (audio and all video displayed via the projector) and make them available to students via iCollege in a streaming video, podcast or mobile device format.

The GPC Rewind service is available in the following locations:
Clarkston: CC2170, CH2100, CH2160, CI1700
Decatur: SB2200
Dunwoody: NE0150, NE0190, NE0310
Newton: 1N3140

The training will cover how to schedule lecture captures, how to edit your recordings and how to make your lectures available to students via iCollege.


Rewind- Personal Capture(2.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: - None
Description: GPC Rewind Personal Capture easily enables you to create and publish your own audio or video presentations online using your desktop or laptop computer.
Record on-screen actions, such as slide presentations, software demonstrations, and web browsing.
Use a webcam to capture video and add instructor presence to any online content.
When a new recording is finished, simply upload presentations to the GPC Rewind server and share with students in your iCollege learning modules or external website.
Objectives
1- Software Overview
2- How to record a presentation
3- Uploading a presentation to the GPC Rewind Server

SMART Sympodium and Notebook(2.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: - None
Description: This Course Gives An Overview Of How To Utilize The SMART Sympodium And SMART Notebook Software In Your Classes.
This workshop covers,
1. Orienting the SMART Sympodium
2. Controlling applications using the SMART Sympodium
3. Annotating applications using the SMART Sympodium
4. Controlling PowerPoint presentations using the SMART Sympodium
5. SMART Notebook software
6. Converting written text to typed text
7. Saving annotations into a notebook file (snapshots/ capturing)
8. Look at options for notebook files (templates, etc.)
9. Creating web pages, etc. From SMART Notebook files
10. Saving application annotations

SmartSync- Managing your students in a computer classroom(2.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: - None
Description: In this workshop, you will use SmartSync (the replacement for SynchronEyes) to manage your students in a computer classroom.
This workshop covers,
1. Observe your student's computers
2. Control your students computers
3. Broadcast your computer to your students
4. Block the use of the computer or just certain applications
5. Send a quick quiz to students via the computer

Streaming Media Services- How Video And Audio Content Can Add Value To Your Courses(2.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: - None
Description: An overview of GPC’s streaming media services. Learn what you can do in the classroom, the instructional design lab and on your office PC.
Including,
1. Streaming audio, video and podcasting
2. Examples of audio and video content and how they are produced
3. Support and tools to create streaming media content

Super Saturday: ICollege- D2L Track 2(5.0 Hours)
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Description: Super Saturday:  iCollege- D2L Track 2 will have faculty explore D2L using course materials that were migrated from iCollege- Vista.  Participants will be asked to choose one of their migrated courses to "clean up" in preparation for summer semester.

The following topics will be covered:

  1. Identifying Migrated Content
  2. Modifying Migrated Content
  3. Navigating iCollege- D2L.
  4. Creating News Items
  5. Creating Discussions
  6. Using Email
  7. Using the Calendar
  8. Using the Classlist
  9. Uploading Files
  10. Creating HTML Files
  11. Creating Modules
  12. Using  the Course Builder
  13. Creating Assessments- Quizzes and Dropbox
  14. Copying Content from Another Course
  15. Grading Assessments
  16. Managing the Gradebook

Sympodium- Basics(1.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: None
Description: This class will cover:
  • Orientation to the SMART Sympodium
  • Setting up and "Orienting the SMART Sympodium
  • Controlling Applications
  • Annotating Applications
  • Saving Annotations

Teaching Online With ICollege (Condensed)(15.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: Familiarity With Technology
Description:

Teaching Online with iCollege (Condensed) r (TOwi) is condensed version of our typicaly TOwi class.  The Summer version is a five week course covering the technological skills and instructional design concepts necessary to teach an online course at Georgia Perimeter College.
This is the replacement for Designing a Distance Learning Course (DDLC).

TOwi is taught completely online.  Each weekly module will begin on Monday and end on Sunday.  We recommend that you complete each weekly module by Sunday so that you are ready to begin the next week on the following Monday.  There are no face-to-face meeting requirements and no required online meeting times.  You can work at your own pace.  We anticipate that you will need approximately 3 hours a week to work through the course materials and assignments.
During the week, the instructor of the course will be available during online ‘office hours’ (at posted times) through Wimba Classroom to assist you. 


Teaching Online With ICollege - D2L (TOWI)(24.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: - Familiarity With Technology
Description: Teaching online with iCollege (TOWI) is an eight (8) week course covering the technological skills and instructional design concepts necessary to teach an online course at GPC.

TOWI is taught completely online, in iCollege. Each weekly module will begin on Monday and end on Sunday. We recommend that you complete each weekly module by Sunday and be ready to begin the next week on Monday.

There are no required face-to-face meeting and no required online meeting times. You can work at your own pace. You will need approximately 3 hours a week to work through the course materials and assignments.

Objectives:
1. Write clear and measurable instructional objectives
2. Create online lectures (in one or more of the formats discussed in the course)
3. Create multimedia components
4. Use the synchronous and asynchronous communication tools available at GPC
5. Design online student activities
6. Create online assessment using the iCollege assessment, assignment, and grading form tools
7. Create a Glossary or media collection using the iCollege media library tool
8. Create an online syllabus
9. Create grade book formulae

During the week, the instructor will be available during online ‘office hours’ (at posted times) through Wimba classroom to assist you.

In order to be successful, we recommend the following,
1- Familiarity with web browsers such as internet explorer or Firefox.
2- Ability to save files to your computer or USB drive.
3- Knowledge of word processing software such as Microsoft word.
4- Access to a microphone and speakers (headsets are ideal) to participate in online ‘office hours’.
5- High speed internet access.

Turnitin.com- Plagiarism Detection and Grading(1.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: - None
Description: This session will cover,
1. Basics of how to set up your classes
2. What information to give to students to register and upload their files
3. How to use plagiarism detection, and how not to use it
4. How to grade the work on Turnitin
5. How to give students great feedback
6. How to cut down your grading time significantly
7. How to save paper and office space by keeping electronic records
8. Ample time for Questions and Answers

Using DegreeWorks To Advise Students: FT Faculty ONLY(1.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: None
Description: DegreeWorks is a new web based tool that is coming this spring to both students and advisors at GPC. The software will help advisors monitor student progress toward degree completion. This short one-hour training will orient faculty to the features in the software, discuss some frequently asked questions, and cover software limitations.

This is for Faculty ONLY.

Videography, HD 1- Basic Techniques(1.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: - None
Description: This workshop introduces participants to basic videography techniques using the Flip Ultra HD video camera and pop-up reflectors

Videography, HD 2- Advanced Techniques(2.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: - Videography HD 1- Basic Techniques
Description: Take what you've learned in "Videography, HD 1- Basic Techniques" to the next level with our High-Definition Videography 2 workshop.
Learn how to use the JVC HM100U prosumer High-Definition video cameras as well as techniques to improve your shooting.

Videography- Lighting 1(2.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: - Videography, HD- 2
Description: Learn how to use lighting kits to make your HD video look even better!
This workshop covers,
1. Basic lighting gear
2. Setups

Videography- Lighting 2(2.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: - Videography- Lighting 1
Description: Taken Lighting 1 and ready for more?
This hands-on workshop introduces participants to soft box lights and advanced lighting techniques.

Wimba Tools- Enhancing Your iCollege Sections(1.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: - None
Description: This workshop focuses on adding/enhancing your iCollege sections with the Wimba web conferencing tools. Wimba classroom web conferencing allows for real-time audio, desktop, sharing, whiteboarding, etc.

Wimba Tools- For Meetings(1.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: - None
Description: Wimba Classroom allows meeting presenters and participants to:
1. Use their computer, internet connection, speakers, and microphone to communicate in a real-time environment.
2. Presenters can use a PowerPoint presentation during their online meeting, share their own computer desktop with other participants, poll meeting participants, and chat with meeting participants.
3. Wimba Classroom also provides a dial-in number for meeting participants who are unable to use their computer to participate in the meeting.
Note: See http://www.gpc.edu/~gpcmeet for more information.

Wimba Tools- Why Use It In A Face-to-Face Class?(1.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: - None
Description: This workshop will address different reasons you use Wimba classroom for a class that meets face-to-face.
It provides an overview of getting started with Wimba classroom. 
Including,

1. Pre-recording a class meeting
2. Having a single synchronous meeting when you have to be out of town
3. Holding virtual office hours
4. Having students use Wimba classrooms as a collaboration space

Wimba Voice- Enhancing Your iCollege Sections With Audio(1.0 Hours)
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Prerequisite: - ICollege Experience
Description: This workshop focuses on adding/enhancing your iCollege sections with audio.
Includes adding the following tools to your iCollege sections,
1. Voice board-- audio-based discussion topics
2. Voice direct-- audio and text based real-time chat rooms
3. Voice recorder-- record yourself narrating directions, pronouncing words, etc.