Digital Learning Community Meet Ups are informal meeting spaces that bring together past participants of the Teaching with Technology Seminar, Hybrid and Online Course Design Seminar, Book Club, and Flipped Classroom workshop.  This is an opportunity to share what you’ve done to your courses since attending these events, gather new ideas from other participants, or be involved with a community of those who want to improve teaching and learning.

This semester’s meetups will explore various campus supported technologies that you can use in the flipped classroom model. Our colleagues from the Office of Information Technology (OIT) will help facilitate the discussions.

  • Tuesday, September 20, 2016; 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM in TLC 215
    • Laura Hamerick, Captioning Coordinator from the Office of Information Technology, will discuss how CU’s Captioning Service can assist you in meeting your captioning needs related to University policy and standards; captioning your media by utilizing third-party vendors and local captioning resources and providing resources, consultation, and guidance for captioning media
    • Brad Grabham, Learning Experience Designer from the Office of Information Technology, will discuss how campus supported tools can be used in the flipped classroom. Brad will provide an overview of how instructors can view a student’s course progress within D2L; use VoiceThread to create interactive assignments; and collect formative and summative feedback using Qualtrics. 
  • Wednesday, October 26, 2016; 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM in MCKY 230
    • Brad Grabham, Learning Experience Designer from the Office of Information Technology, will discuss how campus supported tools can be used in the flipped classroom. Brad will provide an overview of how instructors can combine quizzes and videos using Playposit, an Interactive Video tool; encourage students to collaborate outside of class using the video conference tool Zoom; and use video and audio recording features within D2L.