Upcoming CTL Workshops

TUESDAY, 10/15 WEDNESDAY, 10/16 THURSDAY, 10/17 FRIDAY, 10/18 MONDAY, 10/21
1:30pm F1000 to Discover, Write, and Publish
12:00pm Grading with Canvas
TUESDAY, 10/22 WEDNESDAY, 10/23 THURSDAY, 10/24 FRIDAY, 10/25 MONDAY, 10/28
12:30pm Open Access Scholarship: Documentary Screening and Discussion
2:00pm Mobile Canvas
12:30pm EndNote to End Your Reference Frustrations
11:00am Canvas Basics

TUESDAY, 10/15

    F1000 to Discover, Write, and Publish
    Instructor: Paul Hunter, DMD, MLIS
    Date: 10/15/2019
    Time: 1:30pm – 2:30pm
    Location: Gutman Library Instruction Space (EAST FALLS CAMPUS)
    (Register for this workshop)

    New to East Falls! F1000Workspace is a reference manager that offers scientists a comprehensive suite of services to write and collaborate on papers, annotate and share references and articles, as well as easily discover and save relevant new articles. Please bring your laptop to learn more about this new resource.

    Grading with Canvas
    Instructor: (TBD) CTL Staff
    Date: 10/15/2019
    Time: 12:00pm – 1:00pm
    Location: Scott 307 (Center City Campus)
    (Register for this workshop)

    Participants in this workshop should be familiar with the features and functionality of Canvas. We strongly encourage you to complete Canvas Basics workshop or the self-paced “Growing with Canvas” course prior to registering.

    In this hands-on workshop, you will explore Jefferson’s new learning management system—Canvas.

    Participants will explore the various assessment tools available—from creating assignments, deploying tests and quizzes and building rubrics. Please bring digital copies of a quiz or short test and rubric you currently use and start building in Canvas during the workshop! This workshop will serve as an introduction to and a general overview of Grading in Canvas.

    Participants will:

    • Create an assignment
    • Develop a quiz
    • Create a Discussion Board
    • Explore the Gradebook

    For workshops scheduled on the East Falls campus, please bring a laptop or tablet.

TUESDAY, 10/22

    Open Access Scholarship: Documentary Screening and Discussion
    Instructor: Daniel Verbit, MS
    Date: 10/22/2019
    Time: 12:30pm – 2:30pm
    Location: Library Media Classroom - EAST FALLS CAMPUS
    (Register for this workshop)

    Jefferson University Libraries and the Philadelphia University Honors Institute invite you to a lunch and learn viewing of Paywall: The Business of Scholarship. The film questions the rationale behind the $25.2 billion a year that flows into a for-profit academic publisher and looks at how that profit margin is often greater than some of the most profitable tech companies. A panel discussion of Jeffersonians involved with open access will follow.

WEDNESDAY, 10/23

    Mobile Canvas
    Instructor: (TBD) CTL Staff
    Date: 10/23/2019
    Time: 2:00pm – 3:00pm
    Location: Scott 306 (Center City Campus)
    (Register for this workshop)

    Participants in this workshop should be familiar with the features and functionality of Canvas. We strongly encourage you to complete Canvas Basics workshop or the self-paced “Growing with Canvas” course prior to registering.

    Please bring a smartphone or tablet with you; we will be exploring two mobile Canvas apps.

    In this hands-on workshop, you will explore Jefferson’s new learning management system—Canvas. Canvas makes learning on the go easy for you and easy for your learners with its Mobile apps. This workshop will focus on the look, feel and functionality of the Canvas mobile apps.

    This workshop will serve as an introduction to and a general overview of Mobile Canvas. Participants will:

    • Discuss use of the Student Canvas app
    • Download and register the Teacher Canvas app
    • Download and register the Student Canvas app
    • Review Navigation menus
    • Explore a course in the Canvas app

THURSDAY, 10/24

    EndNote to End Your Reference Frustrations
    Instructor: Abby L Adamczyk, MLIS, AHIP
    Date: 10/24/2019
    Time: 12:30pm – 1:30pm
    Location: Gutman Library Instruction Space (EAST FALLS CAMPUS)
    (Register for this workshop)

    EndNote is a reference management software that gives you back time to do what matters most – research and publish your work. With EndNote, you can save references from databases and websites, organize sources with tags and folders, and create in-text citations and bibliographies within Microsoft Word. The tool provides the option to share references with colleagues.

MONDAY, 10/28

    Canvas Basics
    Instructor: (TBD) CTL Staff
    Date: 10/28/2019
    Time: 11:00am – 12:30pm
    Location: Scott 307 (Center City Campus)
    (Register for this workshop)

    In this hands-on workshop, you will explore Jefferson’s new learning management system—Canvas.

    Participants will review access to Canvas for faculty and students, its layout and organization, your dashboard, and introduce key course-building features. We will discuss five critical elements or actions to take in your Canvas course.

    This workshop will serve as an introduction to and a general overview of Canvas. Participants will:

    • Access Canvas and discuss preferred browsers
    • Explore the global navigation menu
    • Identify course building blocks
    • Describe five critical elements or actions to take in your Canvas course.

    For workshops scheduled on the East Falls campus, please bring a laptop or tablet.