Executive Vice President and Provost
Bb Learn 9 contains several reporting features to better inform instructors concerning student usage, performance, and to confirm visibility of course content to students. In this session we’ll acquaint you with what’s available and how to access this information.
During this hands-on class, you will add desired library resources and services to your eLearning classes.
Learn about the different Rod Library resources and services that can be incorporated into your eLearning classes. These will include linking to online articles, books and journals, and databases. Other topics will include electronic reserves, subject guides, and Ask Us library help widgets.
Many project managers ask how they can influence project outcomes when they have responsibility but very little authority. This course focuses on the dynamics of working with people and their complexities including rank, personality, and professional position. The course outlines strategies for working through situations including conflict resolution, negotiation, influencing, and managing upward and across.
This class is taught by a Registered Education Provider with the Project Management Institute. Participants will be awarded credits from the instructor that can be used toward the Project Management Professional (PMP) designation or toward continuing education credits for those who already hold the PMP designation.
- $1,395 for first registrant from your organization (per 3-day course)
- $1,195 for each additional participant from the same organiation (per 3-day course)
Enrollment: Limited to 20 seats. Guarantee your seat by enrolling early. Registration ends June 11, 2012
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Registration is now open for the workshop "What's Up With That? Analyzing Performance Problems." The registration deadline is Thursday, June 7. Discounted price for UNI employees is $224. To register, contact the Executive Development Center. Call 319-273-5851 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
During World War II, the small French village of Le Chambon-sur-Lignon, which was inhabited mostly by Huguenots (devout Protestants whose own ancestors had been victims of persecution), became the site of a “conspiracy of goodness,” in which families took in Jews and hid them in their houses and on their farms. Written, produced and directed by Pierre Sauvage, who was born in the village while his parents were being sheltered, this documentary is a moving account of ordinary people who performed extraordinary feats. Following the film screening, a panel discussion featuring members of the Cedar Valley Interfaith Council will take place.
This film screening and panel discussion have been organized by the UNI Center for Holocaust and Genocide Education in conjunction with the traveling exhibit “BESA: Albanian Muslims Who Saved Jews During World War II,” on exhibit through July 7 at the Grout Museum of History & Science, 503 South Street, Waterloo.
Does Bb Learn 9's Grade Center have you pulling out hair? Learn some tips and tricks for easing the stress. We'll also address downloading/uploading your gradebook to MS Excel, pointing out some of the hazards of which to beware. If you use Scantron for testing, you'll definitely want to sit in on this session.
Learn how the UNI ifolio system can support assessment and student growth in academic programs. This session will provide examples of ifolio use as well as time for questions. Bring a colleague and brainstorm together!
Bb Learn 9 offers a number of assessment tools including an online assignment tool for students to submit assignments electronically and a tool for online delivery of tests and surveys. Additionally, UNI has licensed the Turnitin Building Block which gives Blackboard users convenient access to Turnitin’s suite of learning tools, including Originality Check (plagiarism prevention) and GradeMark™, from within the Bb Learn 9 environment. This session will address each of these tools as well as resources to assist you in using them.
How can Adobe Connect benefit you and your students? Have you ever wished you could bring a guest expert into your classroom? This session will introduce you to this webinar technology. Ideas will be shared concerning it's use to support teaching and learning in addition to more traditional uses for webinars and meetings. Details will also be shared concerning how to get an Adobe Connect account.