The University Teaching & Learning Center’s Course Design Institute is a “bootcamp” style program that guides faculty through the design of a new course or the re-design an existing one in a facilitated, supported environment. Participants experience the iterative, dynamic, and scholarly process of learning-focused course design and the benefits of active learning.
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Like other spreadsheet software, Google Sheets provides powerful tools for aggregating, analyzing, and visualizing data. This workshop covers core features of Sheets, including pivot tables and charts, as well as importing and sharing data.
The preservation of complex digital objects, such as software, simulations, and 3D images, requires substantial knowledge of cutting-edge digital stewardship practices and tools as well as successful communication with the stakeholders for those digital objects/resources. This event features three librarians with experience in this field who will introduce the foundations of software preservation and discuss specific challenges and solutions from their own experiences with architectural file preservation and scientific research objects.
Appropriate for librarians of any technological skill level, the...
Google Forms is a survey tool that allows you to collect, organize, and analyze information quickly. Learn how to set up forms, begin applying scripts or apps, and understand how the information is presented after being collected.
Does Google Drive overwhelm you? Can't find the files that people have shared with you? Attend this session to learn more about file management in Google Drive. Some computers will be provided, but feel free to bring your own laptop. We also will be actively sharing and managing documents so make sure you have your logon!