NU TRAINING – FALL 2015October 15, 2015
Discovery: Turnitin 2 and GradeMark
Tuesday, 10/27 3:30 – 4:30 Argue 252
This session will cover how to add a Turnitin 2 assignment to Discovery, how to use GradeMark to add comments and grades to student papers, and how to add a rubric to GradeMark. If you have Turnitin assignments to grade this would be a great session to attend. Sign up here.
Advanced Excel 2013
Wednesday, 10/28 10:00 – 11:00 Argue 254
This training session will cover Text functions, PivotTables, VLOOKUP, Relative and absolute cell addresses, and IF statements. Are these concepts scary to you? Come and learn (with hands on experience). The fear will flee and you will wow your co-workers with your confidence. Sign up here.
Eagle Website: Adding & Updating Content
Thursday, 10/29 10:00 – 11:30 & 3:30 – 4:30 Argue 254
Stop by if you need help updating or adding content to your Website on Eagle, or if you have any questions regarding your site. Stop by Argue 254 any time during the scheduled time.
OneNote 2013: The Basics
Monday, 11/2 10:00 – 11:00 Argue 254
OneNote is a great organization tool. During this training session we will cover some of the basic features of OneNote 2013 including how to create a new notebook, how to add content and tags, and how to search for content. Sign up here.
Turnitin: Using the iPad App & GradeMark
Monday, 11/2 3:30 – 4:30 Argue 229
If you have an iPad and if you are using GradeMark to add comments and the grade to your student’s work you will love the iPad app that is now available. Bring your iPad, have a paper ready to work with, and we will walk you through the steps in using the iPad app. Sign up here.
Tuesday, 11/3 3:30 – 4:30 Argue 252
Thursday, 11/5 10:00 – 11:00 Argue 254
Found while browsing the new book shelf in a library: Essential Tips and Shortcuts (that no one bothers to tell you) for Simplifying the Technology in Your Life by David Pogue. Come to this session to learn just a few of the hundreds of tips and shortcuts for phones and computers from this book. Bring your iPhone or Android phone so you can test these tips and shortcuts on your device. We will meet in a computer lab, but feel free to bring your laptop for the computer tips segment. Sign up here.
Discovery for Non-professors
Wednesday, 11/4 10:00 – 11:00 Argue 254
If you are not the professor for a course, but would like to learn about Discovery so you can assist both students and faculty this session is for you. Please be ready to share your questions and the topics that you want to learn about. Sign up here.
Molly Quick, Ken Whaley, and Jeremy Delamarter
Wednesday, 11/4 3:45 – 4:30 Argue 254
As strong researchers and Christian inquirers, it is vital that we are ethical and practiced in all our data-dealings. To brush up on your SPSS skills join this workshop to practice using SPSS. Datasets will be available for practice, a few reference books, dorky statistics jokes (see below), and some live colleagues to remind you (or remember with you) what SPSS has to offer. Let’s get measuring central tendency, transforming variables, creating variables, regression modeling, comparing means, and so much more! Sign up here.
NOTE: SPSS is available for NU owned computers.
SMART Podium Basics
Thursday, 11/5 3:30 – 4:30 Argue 104
This session will provide a quick overview of the SMART Podium features and hands on time using the SMART Podium. Stop by Argue 104 any time during this session.
NOTE: Argue 104, 229, 231, 233, and Barton 200 have a SMART Podium.This entry was posted in Discovery, Eagle CMS, NU Classrooms, Turnitin. Bookmark the permalink. ← FACULTY TRAINING – Fall 2015 NU TECHNOLOGY TRAINING – SUMMER 2016 → ← FACULTY TRAINING – Fall 2015 NU TECHNOLOGY TRAINING – SUMMER 2016 →