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How the Blended Classroom Benefits Students and Professors

How the Blended Classroom Benefits Students and Professors: Creating and Using Effective Videos in Your Class

The Modern Learning Committee at the Sturm College of Law and the Office of Teaching and Learning at the University of Denver invite you to attend a combined presentation and hands-on workshop demonstrating how the blended classroom benefits students and professors.  This dynamic presentation and workshop will be led by Aaron Dewald, the Associate Director of the Center of Innovation in Legal Education at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law.

This event will be held at Ruffatto Hall Commons (KRH 106).

A box lunch is offered for this event. However, please note that reservations for food cannot be guaranteed after February 27.

Price: Free Event

Date: March 4, 2015

Available Spaces: 9

Assignments & Grading in Canvas

This workshop covers assignment creation and grading in Canvas. Topics in this session include assignment creation, the SpeedGrader, Gradebook and Assignment Groups, and peer review and Group assignments.

Facilitated by: Alex Karklins and Terri Johnson, Office of Teaching and Learning

Prerequisite: Canvas Basics course or Online Instructor Tutorial

Price: Free Event

Date: March 5, 2015

Address:
Herold Research Instruction Room (AAC)
Room 275 of the Anderson Academics Commons. It is on the main level and in the Northeast corner. Map and Directions

Available Spaces: 22

 

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