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ITS BrownBags & Trainings

As part of our faculty/staff development effort, ITS hosts sessions on various technology-related topics during the fall and spring semesters. The target audience for BrownBags are primarily faculty and staff who have responsibilities for computing and technology in their department, however, all interested UH faculty and staff are welcome to attend. Our other trainings (TALENT trainings) target faculty and staff in the area of skills development with many of the workshops being at an introductory level, offering the basic skills to get started.

BrownBag Sessions for Spring 2013

ITS BrownBags presentations are typically held in Kuykendall 201 or 204 on the UH Manoa campus (unless otherwise indicated). They are broadcast live to various HITS sites throughout the UH System (based on availability) and on UH Manoa's Campus Cable channel 67. Recordings will be posted here a week after each presentation.

There is a BrownBags listing for participating HITS sites. If you would like to attend, please refer to the registration page for available sites.

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ITS Update with David Lassner

Presented by: David Lassner


Tues, 04/30
2:00pm - 3:30 pm


Please register for the location at which you will attend.
Register here




TALENT Webinar Sessions for Fall 2012

TALENT Trainings (Teaching And Learning with Electronic Networked Technologies) is a faculty development program supported by all campuses of the University of Hawai'i system. TALENT provides Instructional Sessions and Resources to interested faculty throughout the year. These are webinar sessions presented via Halawai. Halawai (Hawaiian for meeting) is a web based conferencing tool that ITS (Information Technology Services) has licensed for the University of Hawai'i community.

Halawai recordings are in Flash format so you will need to download and install Flash. If you do not have it, you can download it from this site. http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/

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Video recordings will be available here:

Introduction to Laulima

Presented by: Jonathan Tsujimura

Description: Laulima is the University's learning management system.  We'll introduce you to the system and demonstrate how it can be used to perform basic course functions.


Tues. 09/25

Complete

 


Online Webinar presented via Halawai


View Recording of Workshop

 

Tools and Pedagogies

Presented by: Matt Parcon

Description: Discover how certain pedagogies can be applied to Laulima's tools to help make conducting course activities more effective. This workshop will introduce techniques and present examples to consider when delivering a course online or enhancing a face to face class using Laulima.


Tues. 10/02

Complete



Online Webinar presented via Halawai

Laulima's Testing Tools

Presented by: Sandra Moriyama

Description: This workshop will cover the basics of using Laulima's two testing tools -- Tasks, Tests and Surveys and Tests & Quizzes. Topics include constructing a basic quiz, publishing considerations, and viewing/grading student submissions.


Tues. 10/09

Complete



Online Webinar presented via Halawai .


View Recording of Workshop

 

 

 

Laulima Tips & Tricks

Presented by: Yves Sakai

Description: Learn how to convert a file to PDF, embed a YouTube video, create a Web page in Laulima then link it to a Home page, and learn how to tag an avatar to your messages in the Discussion and Private Messages tool.


Tues. 10/16

Complete



Online Webinar presented via Halawai


View Recording of Workshop

 

 

Session topics are selected based on feedback from Brown Bag and Training participants. Email us with your suggestions!

**To view videos of last semester's sessions, click the following link: Spring 2012 Sessions