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Educational Technology (EdTech) welcomes Jamie Harris to the School of Nursing as an Instructional Designer. Jamie will be assisting us over the next six months in the transition of Blackboard to Canvas. She has a Master’s degree in Educational/Instructional Technology/Design from Duquesne University and a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education & Teaching from Indiana University.
As a reminder, EdTech will be hosting Canvas webinars and workshops for faculty and staff in Spring 2022. Visit our registration page to sign up.
- Part 1: Canvas Training
In this Canvas Part 1 training course, participants will learn how to design a course in Canvas. Review the Canvas layout and navigation. In addition, participants will learn how to communicate with their students via announcements and emails, upload and organize content using modules and pages, create discussions and assignments, and become familiar with SpeedGrader.
- Part 2: Canvas Training
In this Canvas Part 2 training course, participants will learn more in-depth features about modules and assignments, create and deploy quizzes, use the grade book, and learn more about SpeedGrader.
When registering for a two-part Canvas training, only select one option from the list of available trainings. Each option includes registration for Part 1 and Part 2. Both the Canvas webinar and workshop cover the same topics, but the workshop is a hands-on training. If you prefer hands-on, please register for a workshop session.
ERNS Webinar: The Science and Policy Implications of Infection Prevention and Control in Post-Acute Care Settings
Register to attend the Webinar, scheduled for Wednesday, January 19, 2022 | 12:00 – 1:00 PM
Columbia Nursing invites you to “The Science and Policy Implications of Infection Prevention and Control in Post-Acute Care Settings,” a webinar presented by Dr. Patricia W. Stone, Dr. Jingjing Shang, Chloe Kang and Dr. Ashley Chastain on Wednesday, January 19, 12:00 – 1:00 pm EST. The presenters will provide an overview of their research findings as well as discuss the significance of these findings for healthcare policy. This is a forum where we encourage you to ask questions and engage with our presenters while learning about evidence-based practices for infection prevention and control in post-acute settings.
Elsevier’s Back to School: Getting Started Series for Faculty
Our experienced Educator Implementation Specialists partner up with Product Trainers to help you get the semester off to a solid start using Sherpath, HESI PrepSuite, and Elsevier Adaptive Quizzing for NCLEX. This will also be an opportunity to collaborate with nursing instructors across the country to learn about practical ways you can implement these popular tools in your classroom. Attend sessions the entire day or mix and match according to your schedule (all times have been converted to Eastern:
Tuesday, January 18, 2022
2 PM – Sherpath
3 PM – HESI Preparation Suite Classic/NG
4 PM – Elsevier Adaptive Quizzing (EAQ) NG NCLEX
Can’t attend a live session? Visit the Elsevier On Demand Center for everything that you need to know about Elsevier tools.