Upcoming Events

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Using Quizzes in D2L BrightspaceMon, 12 Apr 20212:00pm - 3:30pm15/75Kris Doucet, Instructional Technology Specialist

In this workshop, participants will learn how to create, manage and grade quizzes.  You'll learn about the Question Library and how to create a variety of question types.  We'll also cover how to randomize the answers within multiple choice questions, how to randomize the order of the questions within the quiz, and how to give users special access to quizzes.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

In Class Teaching DemoWed, 14 Apr 202110:00am - 11:00am0/10Richard Duijnstee, Instructional Designer & Caroline Purdy, Director Teaching & Learning Services

Bring your laptop.

Tilley 104

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

In Class Teaching DemoWed, 14 Apr 202111:30am - 12:30pm0/10Richard Duijnstee, Instructional Designer & Caroline Purdy, Director Teaching & Learning Services

Bring your laptop.

Tilley 104

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

In Class Teaching DemoThu, 15 Apr 20211:00pm - 2:00pm0/10Richard Duijnstee, Instructional Designer & Caroline Purdy, Director Teaching & Learning Services

Bring your own laptop.

Tilley 104

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

In Class Teaching DemoFri, 16 Apr 202110:00am - 11:00am0/10Caroline Purdy, Director Teaching & Learning Services & Richard Duijnstee, Instructional Designer

Bring your own laptop.

Tilley 104

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

In Class Teaching DemoFri, 16 Apr 202111:30am - 12:30pm0/10Caroline Purdy, Director Teaching & Learning Services & Richard Duijnstee, Instructional Designer

Bring your own laptop.

Tilley 104

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

In Class Teaching DemoFri, 16 Apr 20212:00pm - 3:00pm0/10Caroline Purdy, Director Teaching & Learning Services & Richard Duijnstee, Instructional Designer

Bring your own laptop.

Tilley 104

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

In Class Teaching DemoMon, 19 Apr 202110:00am - 11:00am0/10Caroline Purdy, Director Teaching & Learning Services & Richard Duijnstee, Instructional Designer

Bring your own laptop.

Tilley 104

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

In Class Teaching DemoMon, 19 Apr 202111:30am - 12:30pm0/10Caroline Purdy, Director Teaching & Learning Services & Richard Duijnstee, Instructional Designer

Bring your own laptop.

Tilley 104

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

In Class Teaching DemoMon, 19 Apr 20212:00pm - 3:00pm0/10Caroline Purdy, Director Teaching & Learning Services & Richard Duijnstee, Instructional Designer

Bring your own laptop.

Tilley 104

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

In Class Teaching DemoWed, 21 Apr 202110:00am - 11:00am0/10Caroline Purdy, Director Teaching & Learning Services & Richard Duijnstee, Instructional Designer

Bring your laptop.

Tilley 104

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

In Class Teaching DemoWed, 21 Apr 202111:30am - 12:30pm0/10Caroline Purdy, Director Teaching & Learning Services & Richard Duijnstee, Instructional Designer

Bring your laptop.

Tilley 104

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

In Class Teaching DemoWed, 21 Apr 20212:00pm - 3:00pm0/10Caroline Purdy, Director Teaching & Learning Services & Richard Duijnstee, Instructional Designer

Bring your laptop.

Tilley 104

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

Course Delivery Models for Fall 2021Thu, 22 Apr 202112:30pm - 1:30pm6/75Various Presenters

Discussion of the various models for teaching in the fall term at UNB. In this session we will be introducing ADM Classic, Hybrid (Flipped Classroom), and Hybrid (Live Streamed) as strategies for teaching at UNB.

1) ADM Classic - The Classic Fully Remote UNB model with a focus on a mix of synchronous and asynchronous learning materials. These courses utilise digital technologies to facilitate real-time, remote interaction between instructor(s) and learners. These courses often have regularly scheduled real-time meetings, and may involve using text, video, or voice communication in a real-time setting or as an asynchronous offering. Synchronous courses may be recorded for review by learners as needed.  Assessments will occur in the remote environment.

2) Hybrid (Flipped Classroom) - Using this model involves 'flipping' the traditional Face-to-Face classroom by offering pre-recorded lectures and teaching materials, while the live, in-person teaching time is being used for interaction, questions, labs, and assessment work. Flipped classroom/hybrid courses may have assessment components that require attendance at a physical location, but may also leverage digital technologies to support the flexible curriculum designs and intentional use of technology to support learning typical of these curriculum designs. Note that UNB requires virtual or remote alternatives be provided for students who are not able to attend in person.

3) Hybrid (Live streamed) - This model takes the traditional classroom time to deliver lectures. Most students will be in the face-to-face environment, with giving students who are not able to be attending in person access to the live stream or the recorded session. D2L and digital technology can be incorporated to facilitate asynchronous discussions, reading materials, assignments, and assessments, although some of these teaching tools may be used in the face-to-face environment.


MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

In Class Teaching DemoFri, 23 Apr 20211:00pm - 2:00pm0/10Caroline Purdy, Director Teaching & Learning Services & Richard Duijnstee, Instructional Designer

Bring your laptop.

Tilley 104

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

In Class Teaching DemoMon, 26 Apr 202110:00am - 11:00am0/10Caroline Purdy, Director Teaching & Learning Services & Richard Duijnstee, Instructional Designer

Bring your laptop.

Tilley 104

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

In Class Teaching DemoMon, 26 Apr 202111:30am - 12:30pm0/10Caroline Purdy, Director Teaching & Learning Services & Richard Duijnstee, Instructional Designer

Bring your laptop.

Tilley 104

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

In Class Teaching DemoMon, 26 Apr 20212:00pm - 3:00pm0/10Caroline Purdy, Director Teaching & Learning Services & Richard Duijnstee, Instructional Designer

Bring your laptop.

Tilley 104

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

The Fundamentals of D2L BrightspaceMon, 3 May 20219:00am - 10:00am3/75Jeff Mundee, Instructional Technology Specialist

This workshop for new faculty members to UNB introduces participants to the D2L (Brightspace) interface, navigating the homepage and individual courses. We will explore ways of managing course content, tools, widgets and news items for your class. You will also learn the key skills necessary to design a course that meets your individual preference. Mastering the Fundamentals is a great way for designers to get a "jump start" on their course design and gain the foundational knowledge for more advanced workshops.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

In Class Teaching DemoMon, 3 May 202110:00am - 11:00am0/10Caroline Purdy, Director Teaching & Learning Services & Richard Duijnstee, Instructional Designer

Bring your laptop.

Tilley 104

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

In Class Teaching DemoMon, 3 May 202111:30am - 12:30pm0/10Caroline Purdy, Director Teaching & Learning Services & Richard Duijnstee, Instructional Designer

Bring your laptop.

Tilley 104

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

In Class Teaching DemoMon, 3 May 20212:00pm - 3:00pm0/10Caroline Purdy, Director Teaching & Learning Services & Richard Duijnstee, Instructional Designer

Bring your own laptop.

Tilley 104

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

In Class Teaching DemoWed, 5 May 202110:00am - 11:00am0/10Caroline Purdy, Director Teaching & Learning Services & Richard Duijnstee, Instructional Designer

Bring your laptop.

Tilley 104

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

In Class Teaching DemoWed, 5 May 202111:30am - 12:30pm0/10Caroline Purdy, Director Teaching & Learning Services & Richard Duijnstee, Instructional Designer

Bring your laptop.

Tilley 104

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

In Class Teaching DemoWed, 5 May 20212:00pm - 3:00pm0/10Caroline Purdy, Director Teaching & Learning Services & Richard Duijnstee, Instructional Designer

Bring your laptop.

Tilley 104

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

Poll EverywhereThu, 6 May 202110:00am - 11:00am2/75Emily Clark, Instructional Designer

Increase interactivity and engagement in your classes with Poll Everywhere, UNB's Classroom Response System. Instructors ask questions in the classroom and students respond using their mobile devices (phones, tablets, laptops). Results are displayed providing immediate feedback and opportunities for discussion. By the end of this session, you will have an understanding of what Poll Everywhere can do and will be ready to create your own polls. UNB has a site license for this tool, so there is no cost to instructors and students.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

Teams OverviewMon, 10 May 202110:00am - 11:30am3/75Kris Doucet, Instructional Technology Specialist

This tool allows groups of people (committees, projects, departments) to work collaboratively. Share documents, chat, plan and access all the tools you need as you go. Customize your team's space with the tools you need, when you select from the many integrated apps.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

Teams for ClassesMon, 10 May 20212:00pm - 3:30pm3/75Kris Doucet, Instructional Technology Specialist

Record yourself and/or the content of your screen with MS Teams, videos are then stored on MS Stream, where you can share them however you'd like to users at UNB. Invaluable for providing training on how to do basic tasks like filling out financial paperwork; or record yourself and PowerPoint slides for your students, and there are no more missed classes due to weather.  Come see how easy it is to share your knowledge and expertise with these two tools.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

MS StreamTue, 11 May 20212:00pm - 3:30pm2/75Kris Doucet, Instructional Technology Specialist

Microsoft will be changing the way they store their videos ('New Stream'). During this session we will talk about the changes and suggest a workflow for using your previously recorded/saved videos (in MS Stream) and your newly recorded videos for your courses.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

MS BookingsWed, 12 May 202110:00am - 11:30am2/75Kris Doucet, Instructional Technology Specialist

Create an online booking space to allow people to schedule meetings with you, or staff in your department with MS Bookings. This tool is automatically linked to your Outlook calendar and requires very little maintenance once it has been setup, and creates a page like this. Come see what MS Bookings can do for you.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

In Class Teaching DemoWed, 12 May 202110:00am - 11:00am0/10Caroline Purdy, Director Teaching & Learning Services & Richard Duijnstee, Instructional Designer

Bring your laptop.

Tilley 104

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

In Class Teaching DemoWed, 12 May 202111:30am - 12:30pm0/10Caroline Purdy, Director Teaching & Learning Services & Richard Duijnstee, Instructional Designer

Bring your laptop.

Tilley 104

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

In Class Teaching DemoWed, 12 May 20212:00pm - 3:00pm0/10Caroline Purdy, Director Teaching & Learning Services & Richard Duijnstee, Instructional Designer

Bring your laptop.

Tilley 104

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

Using Quizzes in D2L BrightspaceThu, 13 May 20211:00pm - 2:00pm2/75Jeff Mundee, Instructional Technology Specialist

In this workshop, participants will learn how to create, manage and grade quizzes. You'll learn about the Question Library and how to create a variety of question types. We'll also cover how to randomize the answers within multiple choice questions, how to randomize the order of the questions within the quiz, and how to give users special access to quizzes.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

In Class Teaching DemoThu, 13 May 202110:00am - 11:00am0/10Caroline Purdy, Director Teaching & Learning Services & Richard Duijnstee, Instructional Designer

Bring your laptop.

Tilley 104

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

In Class Teaching DemoThu, 13 May 202111:30am - 12:30pm0/10Caroline Purdy, Director Teaching & Learning Services & Richard Duijnstee, Instructional Designer

Bring your laptop.

Tilley 104

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

In Class Teaching DemoThu, 13 May 20212:00pm - 3:00pm0/10Caroline Purdy, Director Teaching & Learning Services & Richard Duijnstee, Instructional Designer

Bring your laptop.

Tilley 104

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

MS FormsMon, 17 May 202110:00am - 11:30am3/75Kris Doucet, Instructional Technology Specialist

This O365 tool allows you to create surveys, quizzes, and polls and with built in analysis tools and the ability to export results to Excel. Have your survey open to the world or set restrictions like one response per person and open only to those with an @unb.ca email address.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

MS SwayMon, 17 May 20212:00pm - 3:30pm2/75Kris Doucet, Instructional Technology Specialist

Drag and drop videos, images and files to create interactive web-based newsletters, reports or, communications that look great on any size screen. Sways can then be shared digitally with your audience via email, a website or any digital tool you are currently using. Sways also gather analytics so you can see how well your Sway has been received; did users give it a quick glance or a deep read? With several templates to get you started and nearly limitless customization, you can build a Sway that is impactful and engaging.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

One DriveTue, 18 May 20212:00pm - 3:30pm3/75Kris Doucet, Instructional Technology Specialist

Are you still using the UNB shared drives for everything? Come see the advantages of using One Drive as your default file storage. You get more space, easier and quicker access, the ability to share files and easy to use apps for your mobile devices. Accessing and storing documents has never been easier.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

Course Delivery Models for Fall 2021Tue, 25 May 20211:30pm - 2:30pm6/75Various Presenters

Discussion of the various models for teaching in the fall term at UNB. In this session we will be introducing ADM Classic, Hybrid (Flipped Classroom), and Hybrid (Live Streamed) as strategies for teaching at UNB.

1) ADM Classic - The Classic Fully Remote UNB model with a focus on a mix of synchronous and asynchronous learning materials. These courses utilise digital technologies to facilitate real-time, remote interaction between instructor(s) and learners. These courses often have regularly scheduled real-time meetings, and may involve using text, video, or voice communication in a real-time setting or as an asynchronous offering. Synchronous courses may be recorded for review by learners as needed.  Assessments will occur in the remote environment.

2) Hybrid (Flipped Classroom) - Using this model involves 'flipping' the traditional Face-to-Face classroom by offering pre-recorded lectures and teaching materials, while the live, in-person teaching time is being used for interaction, questions, labs, and assessment work. Flipped classroom/hybrid courses may have assessment components that require attendance at a physical location, but may also leverage digital technologies to support the flexible curriculum designs and intentional use of technology to support learning typical of these curriculum designs. Note that UNB requires virtual or remote alternatives be provided for students who are not able to attend in person.

3) Hybrid (Live streamed) - This model takes the traditional classroom time to deliver lectures. Most students will be in the face-to-face environment, with giving students who are not able to be attending in person access to the live stream or the recorded session. D2L and digital technology can be incorporated to facilitate asynchronous discussions, reading materials, assignments, and assessments, although some of these teaching tools may be used in the face-to-face environment.


MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

Assessment Approaches for Fall - Alternative Assessment Methods & Issues of Academic Integrity (Respondus and Alternatives)Wed, 26 May 20211:30pm - 3:30pm7/75Caroline Purdy, Director Teaching & Learning Services & Richard Duijnstee, Instructional Designer

Join us while we we explore the assessment types that will work best for your course delivery model. We will talk about which assessment method works for what type of course. Implications of using invigilation software. Explore ideas you might not have thought about for your course assessments, including oral assessments, assignments, group work, and much more.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

Course Design Workshop - ADM ClassicTue, 1 Jun 20219:00am - 12:00pm4/75Various Presenters

This session follows a "workshop format", in which we will combine sharing information about the different teaching methods with breakout moments for attendees to think about, discuss, and share viewpoints on the method at hand. You will come out of this session with a plan to implement the methods into your course(s). After the workshop, there will be an opportunity for a follow up session if needed. 

ADM Classic - The Classic Fully Remote UNB model with a focus on a mix of synchronous and asynchronous learning materials. These courses utilise digital technologies to facilitate real-time, remote interaction between instructor(s) and learners. These courses often have regularly scheduled real-time meetings, and may involve using text, video, or voice communication in a real-time setting or as an asynchronous offering. Synchronous courses may be recorded for review by learners as needed. Assessments will occur in the remote environment.



MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

Course Design Workshop - Hybrid (Flipped Classroom)Wed, 2 Jun 20219:00am - 12:00pm6/75Various Presenters

PLEASE NOTE: You will have the option to attend either in-person or virtually for this workshop.

This session follows a "workshop format", in which we will combine sharing information about the different teaching methods with breakout moments for attendees to think about, discuss, and share viewpoints on the method at hand. You will come out of this session with a plan to implement the methods into your course(s). After the workshop, there will be an opportunity for a follow up session if needed. 

Hybrid (Flipped Classroom) - Using this model involves 'flipping' the traditional Face-to-Face classroom by offering pre-recorded lectures and teaching materials, while the live, in-person teaching time is being used for interaction, questions, labs, and assessment work. Flipped classroom/hybrid courses may have assessment components that requires attendance at a physical location, but may also leverage digital technologies to support the flexible curriculum design and intentional use of technology to support learning typical of these curriculum designs. Note that UNB requires virtual or remote alternatives be provided for students who are not able to attend in person.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

Course Design Workshop - Hybrid (Live streamed)Thu, 3 Jun 20219:00am - 12:00pm7/75Various Presenters

PLEASE NOTE: You will have the option to attend either in-person or virtually for this workshop.

This session follows a "workshop format", in which we will combine sharing information about the different teaching methods with breakout moments for attendees to think about, discuss, and share viewpoints on the method at hand. You will come out of this session with a plan to implement the methods into your course(s). After the workshop, there will be an opportunity for a follow up session if needed. 

Hybrid (Live streamed) - This  model takes the traditional classroom time to deliver lectures. Most students will be in the face-to-face environment, with giving students who are not able to be attending in person access to the live stream or the recorded session. D2L and digital technology can be incorporated to facilitate asynchronous discussions, reading materials, assignments, and assessments, although some of these teaching tools may be used in the face-to-face environment.


MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

One DriveMon, 14 Jun 20212:00pm - 3:30pm1/75Kris Doucet, Instructional Technology Specialist

Are you still using the UNB shared drives for everything? Come see the advantages of using One Drive as your default file storage. You get more space, easier and quicker access, the ability to share files and easy to use apps for your mobile devices. Accessing and storing documents has never been easier.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

MS SwayMon, 14 Jun 202110:00am - 11:30am1/75Kris Doucet, Instructional Technology Specialist

Drag and drop videos, images and files to create interactive web-based newsletters, reports or, communications that look great on any size screen. Sways can then be shared digitally with your audience via email, a website or any digital tool you are currently using. Sways also gather analytics so you can see how well your Sway has been received; did users give it a quick glance or a deep read? With several templates to get you started and nearly limitless customization, you can build a Sway that is impactful and engaging.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

MS FormsTue, 15 Jun 20212:00pm - 3:30pm1/75Kris Doucet, Instructional Technology Specialist

This O365 tool allows you to create surveys, quizzes, and polls and with built in analysis tools and the ability to export results to Excel. Have your survey open to the world or set restrictions like one response per person and open only to those with an @unb.ca email address.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

Teams OverviewWed, 16 Jun 202110:00am - 11:30am1/75Kris Doucet, Instructional Technology Specialist

This tool allows groups of people (committees, projects, departments) to work collaboratively. Share documents, chat, plan and access all the tools you need as you go. Customize your team's space with the tools you need, when you select from the many integrated apps.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

Teams for ClassesWed, 16 Jun 20212:00pm - 3:30pm1/75Kris Doucet, Instructional Technology Specialist

Record yourself and/or the content of your screen with MS Teams, videos are then stored on MS Stream, where you can share them however you'd like to users at UNB. Invaluable for providing training on how to do basic tasks like filling out financial paperwork; or record yourself and PowerPoint slides for your students, and there are no more missed classes due to weather.  Come see how easy it is to share your knowledge and expertise with these two tools.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

MS BookingsThu, 17 Jun 20219:00am - 10:30am1/75Kris Doucet, Instructional Technology Specialist

Create an online booking space to allow people to schedule meetings with you, or staff in your department with MS Bookings. This tool is automatically linked to your Outlook calendar and requires very little maintenance once it has been setup, and creates a page like this. Come see what MS Bookings can do for you.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

MS StreamThu, 17 Jun 20212:00pm - 3:30pm1/75Kris Doucet, Instructional Technology Specialist

Microsoft will be changing the way they store their videos ('New Stream'). During this session we will talk about the changes and suggest a workflow for using your previously recorded/saved videos (in MS Stream) and your newly recorded videos for your courses.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

Poll EverywhereWed, 23 Jun 202110:00am - 11:00am1/75Emily Clark, Instructional Designer

Increase interactivity and engagement in your classes with Poll Everywhere, UNB's Classroom Response System. Instructors ask questions in the classroom and students respond using their mobile devices (phones, tablets, laptops). Results are displayed providing immediate feedback and opportunities for discussion. By the end of this session, you will have an understanding of what Poll Everywhere can do and will be ready to create your own polls. UNB has a site license for this tool, so there is no cost to instructors and students.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

Crowdmark: Efficient Grading and FeedbackWed, 14 Jul 20212:00pm - 3:00pm4/75Emily Clark, Instructional Designer

Crowdmark is a collaborative online grading platform that promotes unbiased grading and feedback and simplifies grading with multiple graders. In this session you will learn how to create and grade assessments using Crowdmark.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

Teams OverviewMon, 19 Jul 202110:00am - 11:30am1/75Kris Doucet, Instructional Technology Specialist

This tool allows groups of people (committees, projects, departments) to work collaboratively. Share documents, chat, plan and access all the tools you need as you go. Customize your team's space with the tools you need, when you select from the many integrated apps.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

MS StreamMon, 19 Jul 20212:00pm - 3:30pm2/75Kris Doucet, Instructional Technology Specialist

Microsoft will be changing the way they store their videos ('New Stream'). During this session we will talk about the changes and suggest a workflow for using your previously recorded/saved videos (in MS Stream) and your newly recorded videos for your courses.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

Teams for ClassesTue, 20 Jul 20212:00pm - 3:30pm2/75Kris Doucet, Instructional Technology Specialist

Record yourself and/or the content of your screen with MS Teams, videos are then stored on MS Stream, where you can share them however you'd like to users at UNB. Invaluable for providing training on how to do basic tasks like filling out financial paperwork; or record yourself and PowerPoint slides for your students, and there are no more missed classes due to weather.  Come see how easy it is to share your knowledge and expertise with these two tools.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

One DriveWed, 21 Jul 202110:00am - 11:30am1/75Kris Doucet, Instructional Technology Specialist

Are you still using the UNB shared drives for everything? Come see the advantages of using One Drive as your default file storage. You get more space, easier and quicker access, the ability to share files and easy to use apps for your mobile devices. Accessing and storing documents has never been easier.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

MS BookingsWed, 21 Jul 20212:00pm - 3:30pm1/75Kris Doucet, Instructional Technology Specialist

Create an online booking space to allow people to schedule meetings with you, or staff in your department with MS Bookings. This tool is automatically linked to your Outlook calendar and requires very little maintenance once it has been setup, and creates a page like this. Come see what MS Bookings can do for you.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

MS FormsThu, 22 Jul 20212:00pm - 3:30pm1/75Kris Doucet, Instructional Technology Specialist

This O365 tool allows you to create surveys, quizzes, and polls and with built in analysis tools and the ability to export results to Excel. Have your survey open to the world or set restrictions like one response per person and open only to those with an @unb.ca email address.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

MS SwayThu, 22 Jul 202110:00am - 11:30am1/75Kris Doucet, Instructional Technology Specialist

Drag and drop videos, images and files to create interactive web-based newsletters, reports or, communications that look great on any size screen. Sways can then be shared digitally with your audience via email, a website or any digital tool you are currently using. Sways also gather analytics so you can see how well your Sway has been received; did users give it a quick glance or a deep read? With several templates to get you started and nearly limitless customization, you can build a Sway that is impactful and engaging.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

Course Delivery Models for Fall 2021Tue, 10 Aug 20211:30pm - 2:30pm3/75Various Presenters

Discussion of the various models for teaching in the fall term at UNB. In this session we will be introducing ADM Classic, Hybrid (Flipped Classroom), and Hybrid (Live Streamed) as strategies for teaching at UNB.

1) ADM Classic - The Classic Fully Remote UNB model with a focus on a mix of synchronous and asynchronous learning materials. These courses utilise digital technologies to facilitate real-time, remote interaction between instructor(s) and learners. These courses often have regularly scheduled real-time meetings, and may involve using text, video, or voice communication in a real-time setting or as an asynchronous offering. Synchronous courses may be recorded for review by learners as needed.  Assessments will occur in the remote environment.

2) Hybrid (Flipped Classroom) - Using this model involves 'flipping' the traditional Face-to-Face classroom by offering pre-recorded lectures and teaching materials, while the live, in-person teaching time is being used for interaction, questions, labs, and assessment work. Flipped classroom/hybrid courses may have assessment components that require attendance at a physical location, but may also leverage digital technologies to support the flexible curriculum designs and intentional use of technology to support learning typical of these curriculum designs. Note that UNB requires virtual or remote alternatives be provided for students who are not able to attend in person.

3) Hybrid (Live streamed) - This model takes the traditional classroom time to deliver lectures. Most students will be in the face-to-face environment, with giving students who are not able to be attending in person access to the live stream or the recorded session. D2L and digital technology can be incorporated to facilitate asynchronous discussions, reading materials, assignments, and assessments, although some of these teaching tools may be used in the face-to-face environment.


MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

Assessment Approaches for Fall - Alternative Assessment Methods & Issues of Academic Intergrity (Respondus and Alternatives)Wed, 11 Aug 20211:30pm - 3:30pm2/75Emily Clark, Instructional Designer

Join us while we we explore the assessment types that will work best for your course delivery model. We will talk about which assessment method works for what type of course. Implications of using invigilation software. Explore ideas you might not have thought about for your course assessments, including oral assessments, assignments, group work, and much more.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

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Course Design Workshop - ADM ClassicMon, 16 Aug 20219:00am - 12:00pm1/75Various Presenters

This session follows a "workshop format", in which we will combine sharing information about the different teaching methods with breakout moments for attendees to think about, discuss, and share viewpoints on the method at hand. You will come out of this session with a plan to implement the methods into your course(s). After the workshop, there will be an opportunity for a follow up session if needed. 

ADM Classic - The Classic Fully Remote UNB model with a focus on a mix of synchronous and asynchronous learning materials. These courses utilise digital technologies to facilitate real-time, remote interaction between instructor(s) and learners. These courses often have regularly scheduled real-time meetings, and may involve using text, video, or voice communication in a real-time setting or as an asynchronous offering. Synchronous courses may be recorded for review by learners as needed. Assessments will occur in the remote environment.



MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

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The Fundamentals of D2L BrightspaceMon, 16 Aug 20212:00pm - 3:00pm2/75Jeff Mundee, Instructional Technology Specialist

This workshop for new faculty members to UNB introduces participants to the D2L (Brightspace) interface, navigating the homepage and individual courses. We will explore ways of managing course content, tools, widgets and news items for your class. You will also learn the key skills necessary to design a course that meets your individual preference. Mastering the Fundamentals is a great way for designers to get a "jump start" on their course design and gain the foundational knowledge for more advanced workshops.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

Course Design Workshop - Hybrid (Flipped Classroom)Tue, 17 Aug 20219:00am - 12:00pm3/75Various Presenters

PLEASE NOTE: You will have the option to attend either in-person or virtually for this workshop.

This session follows a "workshop format", in which we will combine sharing information about the different teaching methods with breakout moments for attendees to think about, discuss, and share viewpoints on the method at hand. You will come out of this session with a plan to implement the methods into your course(s). After the workshop, there will be an opportunity for a follow up session if needed. 

Hybrid (Flipped Classroom) - Using this model involves 'flipping' the traditional Face-to-Face classroom by offering pre-recorded lectures and teaching materials, while the live, in-person teaching time is being used for interaction, questions, labs, and assessment work. Flipped classroom/hybrid courses may have assessment components that requires attendance at a physical location, but may also leverage digital technologies to support the flexible curriculum design and intentional use of technology to support learning typical of these curriculum designs. Note that UNB requires virtual or remote alternatives be provided for students who are not able to attend in person.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

Course Design Workshop - Hybrid (Live streamed)Wed, 18 Aug 20219:00am - 12:00pm3/75Various Presenters

PLEASE NOTE: You will have the option to attend either in-person or virtually for this workshop.

This session follows a "workshop format", in which we will combine sharing information about the different teaching methods with breakout moments for attendees to think about, discuss, and share viewpoints on the method at hand. You will come out of this session with a plan to implement the methods into your course(s). After the workshop, there will be an opportunity for a follow up session if needed. 

Hybrid (Live streamed) - This  model takes the traditional classroom time to deliver lectures. Most students will be in the face-to-face environment, with giving students who are not able to be attending in person access to the live stream or the recorded session. D2L and digital technology can be incorporated to facilitate asynchronous discussions, reading materials, assignments, and assessments, although some of these teaching tools may be used in the face-to-face environment.


MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

Using Quizzes in D2L BrightspaceThu, 19 Aug 20211:00pm - 2:00pm2/75Jeff Mundee, Instructional Technology Specialist

In this workshop, participants will learn how to create, manage and grade quizzes. You'll learn about the Question Library and how to create a variety of question types. We'll also cover how to randomize the answers within multiple choice questions, how to randomize the order of the questions within the quiz, and how to give users special access to quizzes.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

MS FormsMon, 23 Aug 202110:00am - 11:30am1/75Kris Doucet, Instructional Technology Specialist

This O365 tool allows you to create surveys, quizzes, and polls and with built in analysis tools and the ability to export results to Excel. Have your survey open to the world or set restrictions like one response per person and open only to those with an @unb.ca email address.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

One DriveMon, 23 Aug 20212:00pm - 3:30pm2/75Kris Doucet, Instructional Technology Specialist

Are you still using the UNB shared drives for everything? Come see the advantages of using One Drive as your default file storage. You get more space, easier and quicker access, the ability to share files and easy to use apps for your mobile devices. Accessing and storing documents has never been easier.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

Teams OverviewTue, 24 Aug 20212:00pm - 3:30pm3/75Kris Doucet, Instructional Technology Specialist

This tool allows groups of people (committees, projects, departments) to work collaboratively. Share documents, chat, plan and access all the tools you need as you go. Customize your team's space with the tools you need, when you select from the many integrated apps.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

MS BookingsWed, 25 Aug 202110:00am - 11:30am1/75Kris Doucet, Instructional Technology Specialist

Create an online booking space to allow people to schedule meetings with you, or staff in your department with MS Bookings. This tool is automatically linked to your Outlook calendar and requires very little maintenance once it has been setup, and creates a page like this. Come see what MS Bookings can do for you.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

MS StreamWed, 25 Aug 20212:00pm - 3:30pm2/75Kris Doucet, Instructional Technology Specialist

Microsoft will be changing the way they store their videos ('New Stream'). During this session we will talk about the changes and suggest a workflow for using your previously recorded/saved videos (in MS Stream) and your newly recorded videos for your courses.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

Teams for ClassesThu, 26 Aug 20219:00am - 10:30am1/75Kris Doucet, Instructional Technology Specialist

Record yourself and/or the content of your screen with MS Teams, videos are then stored on MS Stream, where you can share them however you'd like to users at UNB. Invaluable for providing training on how to do basic tasks like filling out financial paperwork; or record yourself and PowerPoint slides for your students, and there are no more missed classes due to weather.  Come see how easy it is to share your knowledge and expertise with these two tools.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

MS SwayThu, 26 Aug 20212:00pm - 3:30pm1/75Kris Doucet, Instructional Technology Specialist

Drag and drop videos, images and files to create interactive web-based newsletters, reports or, communications that look great on any size screen. Sways can then be shared digitally with your audience via email, a website or any digital tool you are currently using. Sways also gather analytics so you can see how well your Sway has been received; did users give it a quick glance or a deep read? With several templates to get you started and nearly limitless customization, you can build a Sway that is impactful and engaging.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca

CETL

Crowdmark: Efficient Grading and FeedbackTue, 31 Aug 20212:00pm - 3:00pm1/75Emily Clark, Instructional Designer

Crowdmark is a collaborative online grading platform that promotes unbiased grading and feedback and simplifies grading with multiple graders. In this session you will learn how to create and grade assessments using Crowdmark.

MS Teams Virtual Meeting

Nancy Fitzpatrick: nef@unb.ca