Room 428, Armory Building: 505 East Armory Avenue, Champaign, IL *Please remember to bring your laptop.*
In this hands-on workshop participants will practice building and organizing content within the Illinois Compass 2g environment, including teaching tools and the Grade Center. The workshop facilitator will also provide examples of best practices drawn from research on teaching and learning in both online and face-to-face settings.
Please bring your own laptop (the room does not have resident computers for each training participant). Armory 428 is designed as a flexible learning space and it should be a fulfilling experience for our guests.
We recommend entering through the Armory building's Southwest corner near the intersection of Fourth and Gregory (across from Huff Hall) and then taking the elevator to the 4th floor. Please try to arrive 15 minutes before the start time. We look forward to working with you!
Workshop on using the Grade Center in Compass2g.
Campus offers a variety of digital tools to support your teaching and learning goals. Click below to get started with the three most commonly used tools. Our consultants can also help you to enhance your course with the effective use of campus supported tools such as Kaltura for streaming media, Publish for web publishing, Digication for ePortfolios, and more.
With new technologies emerging daily, it can be difficult to determine which tools can best support and enhance your teaching and learning. Whether you're teaching fully online, blended, or face-to-face there are tools that can help you actively engage your students and create opportunities for collaboration. Our consultants have the experience and expertise to help you explore the new tool you're considering or recommend the right technology to meet your goals.
Want some inspiration about new technologies available to enhance teaching and learning? Please visit us at the TechHub, an interactive, hands-on space located in Armory 151A where you can experience the latest technology including virtual reality, 3D printing, laser cutting, and more.