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Events & Workshops
From video game nights to Audacity workshops, we have various events and workshops to help meet your needs. Stressed out? Come to one of our events! Want to learn something new? Attend one of our workshops!
We are currently planning future events. Keep visiting this page for updates!
Looking to learn a new software or tool? Workshops can help you with that. If you would like to learn a software or tool that we are not having a workshop on, maybe a staff member can help. Our staff members are trained in various software and tools.
Couldn't make it to a workshop but wanted the information? Below are a list of our past workshops along with PDFs given at the workshops and PDFs of the presentations:
Below you'll find archived information about past workshop dates.
Friday, September 13, 2019 2:00 p.m. ENGL/PHIL 357
The first installment of the Media Lab's Fall 2019 Workshop Series: Using Zoom in Online and Hybrid Classrooms. Topics included an overview of Zoom's basic functionality as well as tips for managing class discussions, navigating the Screenshare feature, making use of the breakout group option, and troubleshooting. A PDF of Zoom basics can be found here.
Friday, April 26, 1 pm: Faculty and instructors! Dr. Gerdes and Media Lab Assistant Melissa Beal presented a workshop on teaching hybrid courses. They covered the technology and teaching strategies of teaching a hybrid course in one of our polycom-equipped rooms using Zoom.