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Fall 2020 HyFlex Workshops for Students  

SHMS Online MHA ProgramThe Teaching, Learning and Technology Center has created a catalog of workshops to help students prepare for their Fall courses and utilize different technologies to enhance learning remotely and in the HyFlex model.

To register for a virtual workshop, visit the university event calendar. 

Fall 2020 Virtual Workshops

  • How to Succeed in a Hybrid-Flexible Course 
    What is “HyFlex” and what does it mean for me as a remote or face-to-face student? This session will define the HyFlex course design model at Seton Hall and share strategies for succeeding in this learning environment. 
  • Blackboard Collaborate for HyFlex Learning 
    Blackboard Collaborate is a video, audio and chat collaboration tool used in many online courses. You can access the link to Blackboard Collaborate within your courses in Blackboard. In this session, we will demonstrate how to access and navigate a Collaborate session, use breakout rooms and other features. 
  • Testing Using RPNow 
    RPNow is Seton Hall’s online proctoring software which is used for assessments. In this session we will provide strategies for online test taking, demonstrate the steps needed to access and submit your exam, and summarize where to go for help if you encounter issues while taking your exam.  
  • Team Up with Microsoft Teams – Level 1 
    Microsoft Teams is a collaboration app that allows many users within a project or team to communicate via chat, video, or discussions.  In addition to sharing files, you can video chat with your classmates on projects and share documents. In this workshop we will demonstrate how to create a Team, with multiple channels, and how to use other features of Teams. Teams can be used to for projects, collaboration, and presentations. 
  • Take a Deeper Dive into Teams – Level 2 
    Microsoft Teams is a collaboration app that allows many users within a project or team to communicate amongst each other via chat, video, or discussions.  In addition to sharing files, you can video chat with your classmates on projects and share documents. In this workshop we will take a deeper dive in to Teams functionality. 
  • Blackboard 101 
    Most likely you will be using Blackboard for discussions or to submit coursework. If you are not yet familiar with many of the features in Blackboard, this session is for you. We will review the most frequently used features in Blackboard, how to navigate your Blackboard course, and submit assigned work. 
  • Citation Management with Zotero 
    Zotero is a free tool that can be used to collect, store, and manage all your online resources and important local sources in one location.  During this session, participants will install this free citation management software, install the browser add on, and generate a bibliography in multiple formats. We will also look at how your Zotero Library can be backed up to the cloud and how to utilize the Zotero integration with Microsoft. 
  • Take Digital Notes with Microsoft OneNote 365 
    Microsoft OneNote is a digital platform that allows you to create and organize your notes in an efficient and meaningful way.  All notes will be in one place for easy access and can be organized into sections and pages. You can access your notes across all your devices, including your phone and tablet!  As a staple to the Office365 platform, you can share and collaborate on your notes with anyone. 
  • Get Started with Qualtrics Surveys 
    In this session, you will learn how to create a survey in Qualtrics and customize the settings for your specific purpose. Additionally, you will learn how to distribute your survey to your target audience. We will discuss time-saving tips and tricks to help make the survey creation/distribution process more efficient. Finally, we will look at the basic options for reporting and exporting/sharing data.  
  • Keeping Your Laptop Healthy and Documents Secure
    Keeping your laptop secure and up to date is essential. There are new malicious threats created every day, and security has become one of the fastest growing concerns in the last decade.  In this workshop, we will show you how to keep your laptop’s health in top shape by performing Windows Updates, Lenovo System Updates, Virus scans, and by updating browsers such as Chrome and Firefox. In addition, we will review OneDrive for Business. OneDrive for Business is a cloud application from Microsoft that allows you to store all your documents in one convenient place that you may access from anywhere. In this workshop, we will install OneDrive for Business, and sync it across all your devices. 
  • LinkedIn Learning: A New Resource 
    LinkedIn Learning is an on-demand video repository of over 13,000 topics ranging from creating pivot tables in Excel to  
    playing guitar. Learn ways to leverage this service to remediate and supplement your teaching. Emphasis is placed on  
    identifying videos based on course topics, creating a learning path or collection, and linking the videos to your course. 
  • Microsoft Excel 365 Tips & Tricks 
    Microsoft Excel is a very powerful tool that can be used to show and manipulate large amounts of data. This session will cover the basics of using Excel, as well as learning some new tips and tricks. Techniques such as Flash Fill and Freeze Frame will save you lots of time when adding data to your Excel Spreadsheet. Knowing the most common formulas can also save time when you need quick calculations from your data. 
  • Student Organizations using Teams
    Please join the TLTC and the Office of Student Engagement to discuss how to best utilize applications and programs on your Seton Hall laptop. This workshop is aimed for student leaders in clubs and organizations who are looking to take programming to the next level. We will be discussing Microsoft Office and Teams as well as Whiteboard, polling tools as well as other collaborative and organizational features of the platform. 
  • New Students: Getting to know your Technology 
    This introductory workshop focuses on the technology tools to get your started on your college career.

To register for a virtual workshop, visit the university event calendar. 

Categories: Science and Technology

For more information, please contact:

  • Renee Cicchino
  • (973) 313-6249
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