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Raising the bar on training

Raising the Bar on Training

Kevin Steele,

Instructional Technology Specialist

Matt Smith,

Technology Assessment Consultant

Watching people isn t creepy
Watching people isn’t creepy

  • Graduate Case Study

    • Students get PowerPoint but not collaboration tools

  • Technology Room Use

    • Flagship 360 degree room being used for tables only

  • Faculty Teaching Observation

    • YouTube beats DVD creation

Relationship building
Relationship Building

  • Social Work eliminating DVD creation and using YouTube.

  • Customized classes for specific courses.

    • Supports professor that is not as proficient.

Use the help desk
Use the Help Desk

  • Students are willing to develop training

  • Students are willing to execute training

  • Find partnerships

    • valpo.optimalresume.com

  • Help Desk = Marketing Tool

Course development
Course Development

  • Learning Objectives

  • Overview / Course Description

  • Handout

  • Content Outline

  • Reference to other trainings / lynda.com

Spring 2013 results
Spring 2013 Results

  • 21 pre-scheduled hour long sessions

  • 130 registrations

  • 4 requests for one-on-one sessions

  • Late night session with Greek Life leadership on use of collaboration tools

  • Increased use of lynda.com attributed to the cross referencing within our in person trainings

Offering examples
Offering Examples

Unlocking the Potential of Youtube

Creating Better Presentations

Public speaking and presentation skills are a critical component of success. Audiences have become accustomed to visual representations through multimedia tools. This session will be broken into two parts. The first part will be the skills related to giving a great presentation. This will give way to the second half of the session related to the technology tools. Topics include: body language, verbal communication, and multimedia tools to include fonts and colors, master pages, fill effects, drawing diagrams, appropriate animation and some tricks for running shows smoothly. This session will also review several of the presentation software available today including PowerPoint, Keynote and Prezi.

Need to host a video to share with only a few friends, only those you share the link, or the general public? YouTube is a great way to get the message out! YouTube is full of features for creating embedded videos on your own websites, creating your own channel for subscribers, or just hosting your video. Did you know that YouTube has lifted the 15-minute restriction on videos? Attend this session to look, in-depth, at the many learning and project options you can use in your classes (faculty, student and staff, alike) to communicate using video.

Eyes to the Future

Microsoft IT Academy

INdorsed Indiana General Studies Course

Training Library Integration

Video Training

One-Stop Shop for all campus training resources