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2020 written in coffee mugHappy 2020! We’re excited to start a new decade, a new year, and a new semester!

To help you get started with the Spring 2020 semester, we’ve got several help sessions lined up for you next week. Don’t forget we also offer Personal Consultations to assist you one-on-one and can come to your office!

If you prefer to get started on your own with creating your course site in Sakai, check out our blog post on creating your Spring 2020 sites opens in new window. You can also reach us via the ITS Service Desk at opens in new window.

Crash Course on Sakai

Teaching in Sakai for the first time or need a refresher on the basics? Join us at this 1-hour crash course on teaching in Sakai to kick off the week! Please note that you must bring your own laptop as this location does not have computer workstations.

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Monday, January 6
2pm – 3pm
Wilson Library 304 (ground floor)
*Laptop required*

Drop by for Quick Sakai Help

Have last minute Sakai questions for the start of term? Need help setting up your course site? Drop in any time between 3-4:30pm on Thursday to get help from the Sakai experts! Please note this workshop is intended for quick Sakai questions. If you have more in-depth questions, we recommend that you sign up for a personal consultation opens in new window.

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Thursday, January 9
3pm – 4:30pm
Undergraduate Library 034 (basement)

Getting Started with Poll Everywhere

Interested in using polls in class? Learn how Poll Everywhere can be used to support a variety of instructional goals and how to effectively integrate polls into class activities. We will use a combination of discussion and poll questions to facilitate the session. Staff will also be on hand to help troubleshoot individual issues.

This workshop will be held twice:

  1. Poll Ev. Tues. Jan. 7 opens in new window: 9am – 10am, Wilson Library 304 (basement)
  2. Poll Ev. Fri. Jan. 10 opens in new window: 3:30pm – 4:30pm, Greenlaw Hall 101

Good luck this semester!

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