Archive for November, 2010
If you run iClicker off of your p-drive, or some other remote drive, you may run into a problem where your iclicker tool bar that allows you to start and stop polls is missing. This is because you may be running the software from multiple computers that have different screen sizes and resolutions. So when your tool bar disappears, it is really there, but is pushed off the current screen.
To get around this problem, you will need to quit iClicker. Because the tool bar is missing this may be done by force quitting the program via the task manager (Cntrl Alt Delete on the PC and Cmd option esc on the Mac). Restart the iClicker software, but instead of choosing “Start Session” choose “Your Settings and Preferences”. Note in the General tab of your preferences that there is a reset button that resets the position of the iClicker tool bar. Clicking reset will move the toolbar back to a reasonable position on your screen.
The CRDC & CAETL invite Faculty and Staff to our Open House. Drop in to L1126 anytime between 1 – 4 pm on Dec. 10, 2010 and enjoy some wine and cheese while learning how we can help you. Hope to see everyone there!
Join our Blended & Online Learning Community of Professional Practice for this important and informative presentation:
Wednesday, November 17th
TH 373 (Turcotte Hall)
12:15 – 1:30 pm
Dr. Dawn McBride (Faculty of Education, Master of Counselling Program) will share research, experience, and expertise regarding the creation, management, and assessment of online discussion forums.
Discussion forums, used effectively, are a vital component of online and blended learning environments. Effective forums collaboratively engage students in course teaching and learning activities.
Dawn teaches entirely online and uses Discussion Forums extensively to engage students in meaningful and collaborative conversations around important course-related topics.
Bring your “brown bag” and join us for this important discussion.
Coffee and juice provided courtesy of CRDC.
For more information about this event or to find out more about blended and online learning, please contact