Learn to create and manage courses in UF's e-Learning Management system. Trainers guide the application of course design best practices and management strategies to help instructors prepare online courses that are efficient and student-friendly. Successful completion of all three parts of the series earns an UF e-Learning Certificate.
To register for the e-Learning three-part series, use the registration button (on the right).
To register for individual classes, use the links in the descriptions below.
e-Learning@UF: Getting Started
The first in a three-part series, participants will gain a foundational understanding of how to create and manage an online course beginning with how to make a course request, add users, how to navigate within e-Learning, and organize files. Expert trainers and facilitators guide practice in this hands-on learning workshop.
The second in the series, learn how to set up courses and employ online teaching best practices. Using hands-on exercises, participants will learn how to use the system's features to layout materials and activities in a way that maximizes student engagement. Expert trainers and facilitators will guide participants in learning how to create media-rich pages, assignments, discussions, and quizzes; meanwhile sharing tips and tricks to help participants efficiently grade and communicate with students.
In this third and last session, we will explore gradebook functions and how to grade student assignments. With hands-on exercises, we will learn the advanced features of Groups, Rubrics and Question Banks to enhance your online teaching.
Note: If you are not familiar with the UF e-Learning course management system, we highly recommend attending e-Learning @UF: Getting started to familiarize yourself with the system environment.
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