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Keeping your Zoom application up-to-date For everyone

September 30, 2020 by | Faculty

The Zoom tool is frequently updated with new features and security improvements, but Zoom doesn’t update its software automatically. There are several ways to get the latest version, with the simplest one being to download a fresh copy from Zoom. Go to: https://zoom.us/download On Windows: ZoomInstaller.exe On Mac: Zoom.pkg Click on the installation file and

How to Add Pronouns to Your Zoom Profile

July 24, 2020 by | Uncategorized

Below are the steps on how to add pronouns to your Zoom profile by changing your display name: From the Desktop Application Open the Zoom application on your desktop and login Select your profile icon in the top right hand corner and select “Settings” from the drop down This will open a new window –

How to Incorporate Coronavirus Related Content into Course Material Reflections from Argyros School of Business and Economics Professors

May 5, 2020 by | Pedagogy

This blog post is authored by Gokcen Coskuner-Balli, faculty in the Marketing Department of Arygros School of Business and Economics (ASBE).  In mid-March Chapman University among other schools across the country and the world moved to online education due to the COVID-19 social distancing measures. As faculty members we found ourselves preoccupied with how to

Recording available for “When Teaching Goes Viral: Stories from Instructors Addressing COVID-19 in Their Course Content”

April 30, 2020 by | Technology

On April 28, the Senate Executive Board and the Institute for Excellence in Teaching & Learning co-sponsored the virtual teaching event: “When Teaching Goes Viral: Stories from Instructors Addressing COVID-19 in Their Course Content.” This event featured presentations from six faculty members who shared how they adjusted their curriculum in the online learning environment to

Incorporating a Student Needs Assessment into Your Course Inclusion, Equity, and Access in a Remote Learning Environment

March 26, 2020 by | Pedagogy

The Center for Teaching Excellence at Rice University has compiled some great tips on increasing inclusion, equity, and access while teaching remotely. They offer tips on the following topics: Addressing unequal access to technology, hardware, and software Providing a balance between asynchronous and synchronous tools and course materials Creating an environment that includes and values

ACUE Releases Online Teaching Resources for all Faculty

March 18, 2020 by | Technology

The Association of College and University Educators (ACUE) has developed an Online Teaching Toolkit with free online teaching resources to benefit both faculty and students. These resources are divided into six key topic areas for teaching remotely: Welcoming students to the online environment Managing your online presence Organizing your online course Planning and facilitating quality

What Technology and Tools Do I Need to Create a Podcast for My Students? Monday Morning Mentor Series

February 24, 2020 by | Pedagogy

Did you know that the Institute for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (IETL) has a subscription for faculty members to access the Magna Campus Online Professional Development Video & Resource Library? One of these resources is the Monday Morning 20-Minute Mentor Series! The Monday Morning Mentor series packs an impressive amount of practical information into

Canvas Training and Support

November 25, 2019 by | Canvas

Faculty and Staff All faculty and staff are strongly encouraged to attend Canvas trainings. Please visit the Canvas Training page to register for a session. For faculty and staff who are not able to attend a hands-on workshop, they are encouraged to watch the videos below. Canvas Overview Building in Canvas Starting from Scratch vs

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