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The Office of Information Technology offers several technology training sessions. Simply login with your TAMIU credentials in order to see a more detailed schedule and description of the training sessions that are being offered right now.

On-Demand Trainings

Contact the eLearning team if you would like to learn more or register for an on-demand training.

Applying the Quality Matters Rubric (APPQMR)
Designing Your Online Course (DYOC)
Improving Your Online Course (IYOC)
Teaching Online: An Introduction to Online Delivery (TOL)
Blackboard Features (Tests, Assignments, Grade Center, Discussions, Announcements, Attendance)

Upcoming Trainings



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611511/12/2019 10:00:00 AMBlackboard Collaborate EssentialsKLM 2595FacultyThis workshop is designed to give participants a solid foundation, enabling them to successfully deliver live, interactive Collaborate sessions. Participants will learn about the key features and core functions of the Collaborate user interface. They will learn about session roles and how to effectively manage the communication tools, understand audio indicators, manage session and participant interaction, display the whiteboard and PowerPoint content, and record a session.
605911/13/2019 10:30:00 AMBlackboard Grade CenterKL 2595FacultyThe Grade Center in Blackboard is a place for instructors to track student performance. The Grade Center can calculate grades, organize student-submitted assignment documents, record the last time each student accessed the course and include point-and-click rubrics that can be used to facilitate scoring of assignments.
607111/14/2019 10:00:00 AMAssessing Student Learning in BlackboardKL 2595FacultyBlackboard offers several tools for assessing student learning. These tools offer different ways of measuring your students development. We will look at how you can use these tools along with rubrics, designing effective test questions, and utilizing peer-assignments to evaluate your students progress. In this session, we will look at Blackboard Assignments, TurnItIn Assignments, and Blackboard Tests.
610311/15/2019 3:00:00 PMBlackboard Welcoming Course DesignKLM 2595FacultyBe sure that students are provided with the proper instructions and resources for navigating your online course. Learn the necessary components of providing a design that is clear to students at the beginning of the semester and that provides access to institutional support services essential to student success.
604011/18/2019 2:00:00 PMDegreeWorksZSC 1216FacultyJoin in and get to know the basic features offered on DegreeWorks for successful advising.
603311/18/2019 3:00:00 PMBannerZSC 1216StaffLearn to navigate through the basic banner screens.
611611/19/2019 10:00:00 AMBlackboard Collaborate EssentialsKLM 2595FacultyThis workshop is designed to give participants a solid foundation, enabling them to successfully deliver live, interactive Collaborate sessions. Participants will learn about the key features and core functions of the Collaborate user interface. They will learn about session roles and how to effectively manage the communication tools, understand audio indicators, manage session and participant interaction, display the whiteboard and PowerPoint content, and record a session.
606011/20/2019 10:30:00 AMBlackboard Grade CenterKL 2595FacultyThe Grade Center in Blackboard is a place for instructors to track student performance. The Grade Center can calculate grades, organize student-submitted assignment documents, record the last time each student accessed the course and include point-and-click rubrics that can be used to facilitate scoring of assignments.
610411/22/2019 3:00:00 PMBlackboard Welcoming Course DesignKLM 2595FacultyBe sure that students are provided with the proper instructions and resources for navigating your online course. Learn the necessary components of providing a design that is clear to students at the beginning of the semester and that provides access to institutional support services essential to student success.
611711/26/2019 10:00:00 AMBlackboard Collaborate EssentialsKLM 2595FacultyThis workshop is designed to give participants a solid foundation, enabling them to successfully deliver live, interactive Collaborate sessions. Participants will learn about the key features and core functions of the Collaborate user interface. They will learn about session roles and how to effectively manage the communication tools, understand audio indicators, manage session and participant interaction, display the whiteboard and PowerPoint content, and record a session.
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