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Workshops for Faculty and Staff
Have you heard of a new service or educational technology that you think could have a positive impact on Medical Education?
Upon request, Technology Enhanced Educaton (TEE) offers short sessions to School of Medicine faculty, staff and students. We’ll focus on what’s new in our recently-launched Bridges Curriculum, from a technology and pedagogy perspective. Email Christian Burke at: iRocket@ucsf.edu
The following workshops are scheduled to run soon. Information on how to enroll is provided in the description.
Powering Up Your Presentation: Effective Use of Images
Ever needed an image but weren’t able to find the right one? Ever wondered how other people make their presentations looks so good? Need tips for adjusting and editing images quickly? In this workshop “Powering Up Your Presentations: Effective Use of Images” we’ve got solutions, answers, and tips to make working with images easier and more effective.
Objective: By the end of this workshop you’ll be able to locate image resources, you’ll know which tools to use to edit and crop images, and you’ll have a better idea how to effectively use images in your presentations.
To sign up: contact Megan O'Connor at iRocket@ucsf.edu
Workshops Upon Request
The Innovations Group is prepared to run any of the following workshops at your request.
Online Learning: Engaging the Learner with Poll Everywhere
This robust web-based Audience Response System replaces expensive ARS hardware (such as 'clickers') with standard web technology and hardware that students already have. Students participate using their laptop, tablet or mobile device.
Objective: You will learn how Poll Everywhere works, review poll types you can create, set up your account, and see some examples of how faculty are using this in the classroom.
Online Learning: Screen Lessons 101
Have you ever wanted to create a flipped learning experience for your course? Learn how to create "Screen Lessons" – also known as screencasts – which are created on your computer and intended for online viewing by students.
Objective: introduction to basic pedagogical and technical principles in creating screencasts; identify a software tool that will work best for you.