Technology Skills I Course for the Class of 2020 is Now Available in Blackboard!
On Wednesday, March 25th, the TLT Center held the 2nd session of the 2015 spring workshop series with Assessment Strategies. The workshop focused on various ways to assess student learning, based on the stated learning objectives, using rubrics and the grade center. Assessment strategies were discussed, including techniques to reduce academic dishonesty. Several Blackboard assessment… Continue Reading »
TLTC Faculty Tech Bytes | Blackboard Grade Center Fall 2014 This session will focus on how faculty can best utilize the power of the Blackboard Grade Center. Topics covered include how to enter grades, organizing columns, creating categories, adding color coding, setting up grade calculations using weighting, and providing assignment feedback to students. Resources: Session… Continue Reading »
This workshop, held on May 29, kicked off Summer Series 2013. The day was led by Dr. Michael Vigorito, Director of University Assessment Center at Seton Hall and Professor in the Department of Psychology. In the workshop, participants participated in a demonstration of the i>clicker Audience Response System and had an opportunity to use the… Continue Reading »
This session was held on June 6, 2012. Following is a description of the workshop and links to resources:
Electronic surveys can be a very useful tool for voting, evaluations, or for collecting data for teaching and research purposes. In this session, you will learn some tips and best practices for creating electronic surveys. In addition, you will learn how to create a survey in Survey Monkey, an electronic survey tool available via the web, through a hands-on workshop in which you will create your own survey. After you’ve created your survey, you will learn how to use the data analysis and graphing tools within Survey Monkey, as well as how to export the data into Excel and SPSS for further statistical analysis. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about creating your own electronic survey!