Workshops

Language Commons Re-Opens

Stats Live Symposium with FiveThirtyEight & Numlock

"Presentation: Exploring Real-world Data Sets INTERMEDIATE LEVEL": Stats Live Symposium with FiveThirtyEight & Numlock

"Workshop: Exploring Real-world Data Sets ADVANCED LEVEL": Stats Live Symposium with FiveThirtyEight & Numlock

"Reception": Stats Live Symposium with FiveThirtyEight & Numlock

"Presentation: Exploring Real-world Data Sets NOVICE LEVEL": Stats Live Symposium with FiveThirtyEight & Numlock

Teaching With Technology Summit 2019

Fall 2019 Stats Virtual Symposium

Using iRubric to Simplify Grading and Self-Evaluation

Insights 2020: STEM Discussion Groups

Insights 2020: STEM Discussion Groups

Insights 2020: STEM Discussion Groups

Up Close: Tips to Connect with Faculty

Last Language Standing returns!

Subtitling for Language Courses

Film Screening: Cold War

Undergraduate Language & Culture Research Forum

Language Commons and Lab Open House

Audio Dubbing in the Language Lab

Using ibtiKart Resources for Student Engagement

Soccer/Football language chat & watch party

Language Lab Assessment Activities

FluentKey and Language Lab listening activities

Subtitling and Dubbing in the Language Lab

Flipgrid for Oral Practice and Feedback

Using iRubric to Simplify Grading and Self-Evaluation

Teaching Continuity: Virtual Summer Session Workshop

Teaching Continuity: Virtual Summer Session Workshop

Teaching Continuity: Virtual Summer Session Workshop

Teaching Continuity: Virtual Summer Session Workshop

Pre-Recording Lectures: How, Why, and What Tool to Use?

VoiceThread for Online Courses

VoiceThread for Online Courses

VoiceThread for Online Courses

VoiceThread for Online Courses

VoiceThread for Online Courses

Virtual Teaching for Fall: Exploring the Possibilities

Summer Intensive Language Teaching: Strategies and Possibilities

Summer Intensive Language Teaching: Strategies and Possibilities

Using Zoom for interactive class sessions

Using Zoom for interactive class sessions

Using Zoom for interactive class sessions

Using Zoom for interactive class sessions

Using Zoom for interactive class sessions

Using Zoom for interactive class sessions

UVACollab Tests and Quizzes Overview

UVACollab Tests and Quizzes Overview

Organizing Course Content with the Collab Lessons Tool

Authoring Interactive Content Online with H5P

Authoring Interactive Content Online with H5P

Teaching Fall 2020: Online and Hybrid classes

Teaching Fall 2020: Online and Hybrid classes

Teaching Fall 2020: Online and Hybrid classes

Teaching Fall 2020: Online and Hybrid classes

Teaching Fall 2020: Online and Hybrid classes

Teaching Fall 2020: Online and Hybrid classes

Teaching Fall 2020: Online and Hybrid classes

Teaching Fall 2020: On-Grounds, in-person classes

Teaching Fall 2020: On-Grounds, in-person classes

Teaching Fall 2020: On-Grounds, in-person classes

Teaching Fall 2020: On-Grounds, in-person classes

Teaching Fall 2020: On-Grounds, in-person classes

Interactive Tools for Student Engagement

Tuesday, July 21, 2020 - 10:00am to 11:30am

Teaching Fall 2020: Online and Hybrid classes

Explore teaching strategies and course design for those preparing for online teaching (synchronous, asynchronous, and blended). The workshop will include tools for teaching, templates for designing instructional time, instructional strategies, and time for discussion. We'll also take a closer look at engaging students and building community in your online course. 

Registration Link: Register Here

Tuesday, July 28, 2020 - 10:00am to 11:00am

Using Zoom for interactive class sessions

If you are new to teaching via Zoom, this session is for you. This session will introduce Zoom's primary tools for fostering interaction, including breakout rooms, chat, and sharing screens. 

Registration Link: Register Here

Wednesday, July 29, 2020 - 10:00am to 11:30am

Teaching Fall 2020: On-Grounds, in-person classes

Fall 2020 courses taught on-grounds, in-person, may look significantly different from previous on-grounds courses. Distancing measures, masks, and remote participants joining class from off-grounds, will influence the classroom experience. Through a mix of lecture and discussion, this workshop will invite participants to envision possible changes and consider alternative instructional strategies and technologies. 

Registration Link: Register Here

Wednesday, July 29, 2020 - 10:00am to 11:00am

Authoring Interactive Content Online with H5P

This workshop introduces instructors to H5P, a digital toolset for authoring content online, including interactive videos, presentations, quizzes, and more. Attendees will see a range of H5P content examples for the university classroom, whether fully online or not, in order to decide if the toolkit is right for their courses. For future content creators, this session will be the first step to designing, creating, and using online interactive content with H5P and UVA Collab. Everyone is welcome to attend this introductory meeting to become acquainted with the technology and its potential application in their teaching.

Registration Link: Register Here

Thursday, July 30, 2020 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm

VoiceThread for Online Courses

This session will introduce VoiceThread, a tool to foster asynchronous interaction and discussion. Especially useful for language learners, VoiceThread can function as video- or audio-based discussion boards, student presentation spaces, and much more. You will see sample applications of the tool and learn how to set it up, as well as how to access help resources. 

Registration Link: Register Here

Tuesday, August 4, 2020 - 10:00am to 11:30am

Teaching Fall 2020: Online and Hybrid classes

Explore teaching strategies and course design for those preparing for online teaching (synchronous, asynchronous, and blended). The workshop will include tools for teaching, templates for designing instructional time, instructional strategies, and time for discussion. We'll also take a closer look at engaging students and building community in your online course. 

Registration Link: Register Here

Wednesday, August 5, 2020 - 3:00pm to 4:30pm

Teaching Fall 2020: On-Grounds, in-person classes

Fall 2020 courses taught on-grounds, in-person, may look significantly different from previous on-grounds courses. Distancing measures, masks, and remote participants joining class from off-grounds, will influence the classroom experience. Through a mix of lecture and discussion, this workshop will invite participants to envision possible changes and consider alternative instructional strategies and technologies. 

Registration Link: Register Here

Monday, August 10, 2020 - 10:00am to 11:30am

Teaching Fall 2020: Online and Hybrid classes

Explore teaching strategies and course design for those preparing for online teaching (synchronous, asynchronous, and blended). The workshop will include tools for teaching, templates for designing instructional time, instructional strategies, and time for discussion. We'll also take a closer look at engaging students and building community in your online course. 

Registration Link: Register Here

Tuesday, August 11, 2020 - 10:00am to 11:00am

Using Zoom for interactive class sessions

If you are new to teaching via Zoom, this session is for you. This session will introduce Zoom's primary tools for fostering interaction, including breakout rooms, chat, and sharing screens. 

Registration Link: Register Here

Wednesday, August 12, 2020 - 10:00am to 11:00am

VoiceThread for Online Courses

This session will introduce VoiceThread, a tool to foster asynchronous interaction and discussion. Especially useful for language learners, VoiceThread can function as video- or audio-based discussion boards, student presentation spaces, and much more. You will see sample applications of the tool and learn how to set it up, as well as how to access help resources. 

Registration Link: Register Here

Friday, August 14, 2020 - 10:00am to 11:30am

Teaching Fall 2020: On-Grounds, in-person classes

Fall 2020 courses taught on-grounds, in-person, may look significantly different from previous on-grounds courses. Distancing measures, masks, and remote participants joining class from off-grounds, will influence the classroom experience. Through a mix of lecture and discussion, this workshop will invite participants to envision possible changes and consider alternative instructional strategies and technologies. 

Registration Link: Register Here

Tuesday, August 18, 2020 - 10:00am to 11:30am

Teaching Fall 2020: Online and Hybrid classes

Explore teaching strategies and course design for those preparing for online teaching (synchronous, asynchronous, and blended). The workshop will include tools for teaching, templates for designing instructional time, instructional strategies, and time for discussion. We'll also take a closer look at engaging students and building community in your online course. 

Registration Link: Register Here

Wednesday, August 19, 2020 - 3:00pm to 4:30pm

Teaching Fall 2020: On-Grounds, in-person classes

Fall 2020 courses taught on-grounds, in-person, may look significantly different from previous on-grounds courses. Distancing measures, masks, and remote participants joining class from off-grounds, will influence the classroom experience. Through a mix of lecture and discussion, this workshop will invite participants to envision possible changes and consider alternative instructional strategies and technologies. 

Registration Link: Register Here