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TLTC Sessions Offered at the IHS Campus  

Photo of Seton Hall students using a computerStarting this fall the Teaching, Learning, and Technology Center will be offering a series of classes on the Interprofessional Health Sciences (IHS) Campus.

Please visit for session dates and registration links.

Session Descriptions:

Ally & Universal Design; Making Your Course Content Accessible to All Users
This session will focus on the principles of universal design for learning. We will explore using Ally as well as identify course design alternatives and technologies to support learner diversity. Register here »

IHS – Blackboard Open Lab 
If you are looking for a place to work, or have a few questions about the tools and features available within Blackboard, drop in and we will have TLTC staff on-hand to discuss online/hybrid/and traditional course design. Register here »

IHS – Data Management 
We will discuss the different drives available today, including "cloud" drives, as well as how to logically organize and back up files. Register here »

IHS – Echo 360 Lecture Capture 
This workshop will provide an introduction to the ECHO360 Personal Capture software. Record your audio, computer screen, and your web camera (optional) to record a mini-lecture for students, record solving a complex problem in Excel, or record anything else on your computer screen for students to review. Register here »

IHS – New for Fall 2018 
Please join us as we take a look at some of the new technologies now available at Seton Hall University. This is a session that you don't want to miss! Register here »

IHS – Office 365 – Forms & Sway 
Quickly create surveys, quizzes, and polls. Distribute to anyone, and view the results as the data is coming in. Create and share engaging online presentations and stories. A "Sway" can be shared with specific people within the organization, or with anyone who has the link. Register here »

IHS – Office 365 – Teams & Stream 
Join us for a Deep Dive into the features and functionality available within Microsoft Teams and Stream. Microsoft Teams is an Office 365 workspace where teams of people can collaborate, hold meetings and share files. The Teams product supports private and group conversations, including chats and calls. During this session we will take a look at creating a team, adding members, organizing conversations into channels, set up a synchronous meeting (web conference call), and how to record that meeting. Microsoft Stream is an Office 365 based enterprise video solution. One key feature of interest is its ability to auto-caption video! Register here »

IHS – Qualtrics 
Take Your Surveys to the Next Level with Qualtrics! In this hands-on session, you will learn how to create a survey in Qualtrics and customize the settings for your specific purpose using advanced features. We will discuss time-saving tips and tricks to help make the survey creation process more efficient. Additionally, you will learn how to distribute your survey to your target audience. Finally, we will look at the options for reporting and exporting/sharing data. Bring a survey of your own or create one from scratch during the session to try out the features! Register here »

IHS – Submitting Final Grades in Banner 
This session will cover how faculty can submit their final semester grades via the Banner system. Register here »

IHS – Using Images in Teaching & Learning 
A picture is worth a thousand words. From Dorothea Lange's 1936 "Migrant Mother" to NASA's July 1969 photo of Edwin Aldrin walking on the surface of the moon, images have the ability to convey information and emotion, to provide context, and to inspire action. Join us as we explore methods for identifying and locating images that are in the public domain and those that are available under a creative commons license. Best practices for including alt-text and image descriptions will also be discussed. Register here »

What is New in Office 365 
Starting on Monday, September 10th, the Teaching, Learning, and Technology Center will be hosting a monthly brown-bag lunch session focusing on What is New in Office 365 on the first Monday of every month. These sessions will be both informative and collaborative, highlighting new apps in Office 365, such as Forms and To Do, and new functionality, such as Enhance collaboration with Chat in Microsoft Office. Join us as we explore the growing set of features and functionality within Microsoft Office 365! A webinar link will be available for faculty and staff on the IHS Campus. Register here »

IHS – Zotero Part 1 
During this session, participants will be able to download and install this free citation management software for Mac and Windows platforms, import citations from databases like PubMed or Google Scholar and generate a bibliography in multiple formats. We will also look at how your Zotero Library can be backed up to the cloud. Zotero, a freemium citation management tool, is a project of the Corporation for Digital Scholarship and the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media. A Zotero Quick Start Guide is available here. Register here »

IHS – Zotero Part 2 
During this session, participants will have the opportunity to explore some of the advanced options available with Zotero, including: 

  • Creating a Zotero Group, where multiple people can be invited to contribute to a shared group library! 
  • Utilizing the Zotero integration with Microsoft Word to support citing as you write and automatic bibliography generation 
  • Methods for organizing, tagging, and searching your Zotero Library 

Register here »

Categories: Science and Technology

For more information, please contact:

  • Riad Twal
  • (973) 313-6043