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March 11, 2015
Conversion from ANGEL to D2L: Learn the Clean-Up Process and Tasks - M11P
14-114

1:00 - 4:00 PM

This workshop will discuss the steps to clean-up and prepare your course for teaching in eLearn after the conversion. Learn about organizing content, insert images, grades setup wizard (categories and grade items), enter grades, final grades calculation, instructor/student views, exporting grades to a spreadsheet and submitting final grades.

**Note: it's important to understand how to navigate and basic eLearn  tools before attending this workshop. if not, please make sure to register and attend a "Teaching with eLearn" workshop.

March 13, 2015
Conversion from ANGEL to D2L: Learn the Clean-Up Process and Tasks - M13A
14-114

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

This workshop will discuss the steps to clean-up and prepare your course for teaching in eLearn after the conversion. Learn about organizing content, insert images, grades setup wizard (categories and grade items), enter grades, final grades calculation, instructor/student views, exporting grades to a spreadsheet and submitting final grades.

**Note: it's important to understand how to navigate and basic eLearn  tools before attending this workshop. if not, please make sure to register and attend a "Teaching with eLearn" workshop.

March 13, 2015
OneDrive: Access and Edit Files from Anywhere
14-108

1:00 - 4:00 PM

Do you or your students need a file and it’s on another computer? Do you need to edit a Microsoft Office file but don’t have the program at home? Are you tired of remembering and keeping track of your flash drives? Need a free solution to all these problems? The answer is OneDrive, a no cost tool from Microsoft. Learn how to set up an account, create, upload, and edit files, and learn about the free app for your smartphone in our 3 hour hands-on workshop.

March 14, 2015
Teaching with eLearn - M14A
14-114

10:00 AM - 1:00 PM

This introduction to "eLearn", Sinclair's new learning management system, powered by D2L, will provide users with an overview of the key components required to successfully teach and manage a course. The workshop will highlight terminology, user interface, general navigation, basic tools, communication as well as demonstrate the management of modules and topics, calendar events, communication, dropboxes, discussions, quizzes, and grades.  Learn the skills you need to teach, manage, and assess your students with eLearn.

March 18, 2015
Conversion from ANGEL to D2L: Learn the Clean-Up Process and Tasks - M18P
14-114

1:00 - 4:00 PM

This workshop will discuss the steps to clean-up and prepare your course for teaching in eLearn after the conversion. Learn about organizing content, insert images, grades setup wizard (categories and grade items), enter grades, final grades calculation, instructor/student views, exporting grades to a spreadsheet and submitting final grades.

**Note: it's important to understand how to navigate and basic eLearn  tools before attending this workshop. if not, please make sure to register and attend a "Teaching with eLearn" workshop.

March 18, 2015
Amnesia: Immigration, Assimilation and White Privilege
7L21

2:00 - 4:00 PM

Guest presenter: Ariel Luckey

Sweeping past the polarized rhetoric and hateful ideology prevalent in the national immigration debate, workshop participants will be invited to join an informed, nuanced dialogue about the complexities and impacts of immigration policies and enforcement. Through live performance excerpts of Ariel Luckey’s play Amnesia, small and large group discussions, interactive mapping exercises and a multimedia presentation, this dynamic workshop will provide critical historical context, compelling personal stories and up-to-date information about the ongoing immigration crisis in the United States. Participants will reflect on their own families’ migration stories, the current status of immigrants in their community and leadership opportunities for alliance-building and advocacy.

March 19, 2015
Teaching with eLearn - M19A
14-306E

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

This introduction to "eLearn", Sinclair's new learning management system, powered by D2L, will provide users with an overview of the key components required to successfully teach and manage a course. The workshop will highlight terminology, user interface, general navigation, basic tools, communication as well as demonstrate the management of modules and topics, calendar events, communication, dropboxes, discussions, quizzes, and grades.  Learn the skills you need to teach, manage, and assess your students with eLearn.

March 19, 2015
The Mayhem of Teaching: Mistakes, Miscues and Misunderstandings
14-107

2:00 - 4:00 PM

The road to teaching excellence is often a lonely and difficult journey. Research on college teachers, especially community college teachers, indicates that faculty often work alone and rarely discuss the perils and problems of teaching with colleagues. In this workshop, Katherine R. Rowell, Ph.D., Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning at Sinclair Community College and the 2005 CASE/CARNEGIE Community College Faculty of Year, will share personal stories of lessons learned after twenty years in the college classroom. She will also present research and findings on developing as a community college teacher. As part of this workshop, faculty will have an opportunity to share their struggles and dilemmas with teaching as well as take steps to develop a teaching portfolio. All participants will receive a teaching journal and folder with materials to assist with the mayhem of teaching.

March 19, 2015
Book Discussion: Driving Change through Diversity and Globalization
2334

3:30 - 5:00 PM

Become a Change Agent: Faculty and staff can begin to become a Change Agent at Sinclair by reading and participating in a discussion about James Anderson's book, Driving Change Through Diversity and Globalization. Please contact the CTL office to borrow a copy of the book.

March 20, 2015
Conversion from ANGEL to D2L: Learn the Clean-Up Process and Tasks - M20A
14-114

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

This workshop will discuss the steps to clean-up and prepare your course for teaching in eLearn after the conversion. Learn about organizing content, insert images, grades setup wizard (categories and grade items), enter grades, final grades calculation, instructor/student views, exporting grades to a spreadsheet and submitting final grades.

**Note: it's important to understand how to navigate and basic eLearn  tools before attending this workshop. if not, please make sure to register and attend a "Teaching with eLearn" workshop.

March 20, 2015
Teaching with eLearn - M20P
14-114

1:00 - 4:00 PM

This introduction to "eLearn", Sinclair's new learning management system, powered by D2L, will provide users with an overview of the key components required to successfully teach and manage a course. The workshop will highlight terminology, user interface, general navigation, basic tools, communication as well as demonstrate the management of modules and topics, calendar events, communication, dropboxes, discussions, quizzes, and grades.  Learn the skills you need to teach, manage, and assess your students with eLearn.

March 21, 2015
Teaching with eLearn - M21A
14-114

10:00 AM - 1:00 PM

This introduction to "eLearn", Sinclair's new learning management system, powered by D2L, will provide users with an overview of the key components required to successfully teach and manage a course. The workshop will highlight terminology, user interface, general navigation, basic tools, communication as well as demonstrate the management of modules and topics, calendar events, communication, dropboxes, discussions, quizzes, and grades.  Learn the skills you need to teach, manage, and assess your students with eLearn.

March 25, 2015
Teaching with eLearn - M25P
14-114

1:00 - 4:00 PM

This introduction to "eLearn", Sinclair's new learning management system, powered by D2L, will provide users with an overview of the key components required to successfully teach and manage a course. The workshop will highlight terminology, user interface, general navigation, basic tools, communication as well as demonstrate the management of modules and topics, calendar events, communication, dropboxes, discussions, quizzes, and grades.  Learn the skills you need to teach, manage, and assess your students with eLearn.

March 25, 2015
Book Discussion: Driving Change through Diversity and Globalization
2334

5:00 - 6:30 PM

Become a Change Agent: Faculty and staff can begin to become a Change Agent at Sinclair by reading and participating in a discussion about James Anderson's book, Driving Change Through Diversity and Globalization. Please contact the CTL office to borrow a copy of the book.

March 26, 2015
Teaching with eLearn - M26A
14-306E

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

This introduction to "eLearn", Sinclair's new learning management system, powered by D2L, will provide users with an overview of the key components required to successfully teach and manage a course. The workshop will highlight terminology, user interface, general navigation, basic tools, communication as well as demonstrate the management of modules and topics, calendar events, communication, dropboxes, discussions, quizzes, and grades.  Learn the skills you need to teach, manage, and assess your students with eLearn.

March 26, 2015
An Introduction to Student Success Technology
2334

2:00 - 4:00 PM

Learn about the Student Success Plan software and get a 'behind the scenes' view of a My Academic Plan; see how they are tailored to student needs. Have you heard about Civitas or LIFT? These tools identify students at risk for withdrawal or failure, placing information in the hands of faculty and advisors while there is still time to intervene. Designed for those faculty wanting to know more about advising technology at Sinclair.

March 27, 2015
International Education Faculty Development Day
14-130

11:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Followed by a Poster Session, 3:00 - 5:00 PM

The 5th annual International Education Faculty Development Day at Sinclair is an international professional development conference for faculty and staff. This year's keynote speaker is Anthony Talbott from the University of Dayton and he will present faculty with ideas on how to teach human trafficking across disciplines.


Originally from Dayton, Tony Talbott joined the military and served a total of 13 years in both the Army National Guard and the US Navy. He traveled extensively throughout the Western Pacific and Indian Ocean regions - including Asia, Australia, and Africa. While finishing his tour of duty he earned a BA in History and Government from Columbia College. He then left the service to attend graduate school. He earned an MA in International Affairs from Ohio University and studied for his PhD in Political Science at Arizona State University.

Tony has lectured at many different colleges and universities and has taught in the Political Science Department and Human Rights Studies Program at the University of Dayton since 2007. He has taught, lectured, and published on a variety of subjects dealing with global politics, Asian politics, and human rights - and is currently teaching one of the nation’s first undergraduate courses on human trafficking. He is a credentialed Not For Sale Campaign, Citizen Investigator of human trafficking and a founding member of Abolition Ohio, the Miami Valley’s Anti-Human Trafficking Coalition.

Tony is very active in the modern abolition movement. He chairs Abolition Ohio’s general meetings and heads two subcommittees: 1) Awareness, Education, and Training and 2) Research. He serves on the Ohio Attorney General’s Human Trafficking Commission and works closely with various other anti-human trafficking agencies around the state. He speaks regularly on issues dealing with human trafficking throughout Ohio and the Midwest.

March 28, 2015
Teaching with eLearn - M28A
113

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM, Courseview campus

This introduction to "eLearn", Sinclair's new learning management system, powered by D2L, will provide users with an overview of the key components required to successfully teach and manage a course. The workshop will highlight terminology, user interface, general navigation, basic tools, communication as well as demonstrate the management of modules and topics, calendar events, communication, dropboxes, discussions, quizzes, and grades.  Learn the skills you need to teach, manage, and assess your students with eLearn.

April 3, 2015
OneNote 2013: Get Organized!
14-108

1:00 - 4:00 PM

Learn how to create electronic notebooks as well as integrate text, drawings and web links using Microsoft OneNote. OneNote can be used to organize daily tasks and can also be shared with family, friends and colleagues to get things done quickly. Files can also be saved to the cloud for quick access with an Internet connection.

April 7, 2015
The Impact of Hate
2334

2:00 - 4:00 PM

Campus Pride founder, Shane Windmeyer, will conduct a workshop to help faculty become advocates for a hate-free campus. This workshop will help to create a foundation of understanding surrounding hate crimes, to explore an individual’s awareness of prejudice and to motivate individuals to make a difference fighting bias and hate within their campus community. Participants are “dared” to fight the roots of hatred in specific, individual ways.

May 5, 2015
SCC 1101: Orientation to Teaching the First-Year Course
14-108

9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Interested in learning more about SCC 1101, the First-Year Experience course? Want to teach this course? Then this presentation is for you! Please join us as we discuss the history of FY courses including the one at Sinclair, the data about these courses and their effectiveness at promoting student success, and specifics about SCC 1101 (i.e. course content, purpose and goals, etc...).

May 8, 2015
What? Another Book? Engaging Students by Using Literature in Non-Literature Courses
2334

1:00 - 2:00 PM

Mirroring a national trend, the Art Department received a 2012 CTL Learning Challenge Exploratory Grant to pilot the use of a work of fiction in all introductory art appreciation classes. Due to the result of strong positives measured by faculty and student questionnaires, the book is now a permanent part of the ART 1110 curriculum. In this workshop, participants will come away with a detailed plan for incorporating literature into a non-literature course. It will benefit faculty in all disciplines.

8/1/14 - 5/1/15
Angel Training I - Basics ONLINE

NOTE: Sinclair network User ID and email address are required for participation in this training course.

This self-paced online course provides the opportunity to learn basic ANGEL LMS course management system functions and tools anytime, anyplace and at your own pace. The course design provides a variety of learning activities and assessments resulting in ANGEL LMS Basic Certification.

8/1/14 - 5/29/15
Angel Training II - Intermediate ONLINE

NOTE: Sinclair network User ID and email address are required for participation in this training course.

This self-paced online course provides the opportunity to learn basic ANGEL LMS course management system functions and tools anytime, anyplace and at your own pace. The course design provides a variety of learning activities and assessments resulting in ANGEL LMS Intermediate Certification.

12/15/14 - 6/1/15
Angel Training III - Advanced ONLINE

NOTE: Sinclair network User ID and email address are required for participation in this training course.

This self-paced online course provides the opportunity to learn ANGEL LMS course management system functions and tools anytime, anyplace and at your own pace. The course design provides a variety of learning activities and assessments resulting in ANGEL LMS Advanced Certification.

1/2/15 - 5/8/15
Educating for Life Online Course