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What are the best courses?

Golfweek's Best 2020: Top 100 Best Courses You Can Play

  1. Pebble Beach Golf Links Pebble Beach, Calif. (No. ...
  2. Bandon Dunes (Pacific Dunes) Bandon, Ore. (No. ...
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How to choose the right college course

  • Be open to all of your options. Whether you've known for a long time what you want to do in college, or you're completely unsure, try to be open when ...
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  • Aim high. ...
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What are some of the best Coursera courses?

10 Best Coursera Courses

  1. Google IT Support -Offered by Google -Coursera. This is an excellent course offered by Google and Coursera that can be a Launchpad for you in the IT field.
  2. The Science of Well-being - Yale University - Coursera. This course has been offered by the University of Yale and Coursera. ...
  3. Python For Everybody - University of Michigan - Coursera. ...

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What courses are needed?

Colleges and universities require a basic level of education for all degrees and majors. The topics needed usually include English, mathematics, sciences, humanities, public speaking and foreign language. Some degree plans have required courses that apply to the general education courses.

Using Breakout Rooms In Your Course LTC Instructional

Using Webex Meetings for Breakout Rooms. Webex Teams works great as a breakout option if you are already using it on your course. You can create a “Team” for the course, and then inside of that team you can have several “spaces” that can be used for the group projects. The students can easily Meet via Video / Audio at the click of a button.

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Free Resources To Inspire Your Creativity – University

Another good resource for writers is the National Centre for Writing. This site includes free writing courses, including short, self-paced courses. If you’re looking for more in depth writing training, the site also offers premium courses with tutors, however these courses do cost money. That said, the site provides many, many resources at no

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Online / Blended Teaching Institute LTC Instructional

QM courses use a faculty driven peer review process. There are several options for reviewing a course ranging from formal official course review following QM processes and protocols, an internal review, or more customized consultations. Internal reviews can guide and improve existing courses.

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Call For Participants: Canvas Skill Mastery Certification

Courses are entirely run by Instructure’s Canvas Learning Services team, not by UW System Administration. Each of the courses takes approximately six weeks to complete. The estimated time commitment to complete a course and a reflection activity is 16 – 22 hours per course.

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D2L Login Announcements LTC Instructional Resources

Don’t forget about those courses that are not taught on a regular basis! March 1st 15th, 2020: Last day to request student interactions export. Fill out this form to request an export of the student activity (discussion posts, dropbox submissions, grades) in your course. This is meant as an export only, and it cannot be imported into Canvas

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Celebrating Teaching And Learning – Honorarium Finalists

In moving the courses online, I shifted assignments to focus on critical thinking. For each module, students now listen to musical examples and write a reflection on the discussion board, respond to a more provocative discussion prompt centered on issues like the inherent whiteness and maleness of the canon, the narrative of composer as genius

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» Teaching Kristina M. Navarro, PhD, CSCS

Dr. Navarro teaches many courses relating to recreation administration, sport administration, higher education and athletics leadership. Past Undergraduate Courses Taught: Legal Aspects of Sport and Recreation Introduction to Recreation and Leisure Studies Planning, Design, and Management of Recreational Facilities Special Event Management

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For Students LTC Instructional Resources

Lynda Courses: Business Skills, Communication & Leadership. Posted on November 17, 2017 by Ethan Rausch. Reply. You may know that you have access to Lynda for free as a student here at UW-Whitewater, but did you know that they offer courses on topics beyond technology? The

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UDOIT Course Accessibility Checker Available! LTC

UDOIT (Universal Design Online content Inspection Tool) is a cloud based tool designed to identify accessibility concerns and provide improvement suggestions for your Canvas courses. The tool can be accessed by clicking UDOIT Cloud on the course navigation menu inside of …

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You’re Invited! LTC Instructional Resources

Engaging Students in Online Courses: Building Community & Increasing Interactivity. Join an interactive hour-long collaborative online workshop where faculty, instructional staff, and campus partners will actively problem-solve struggles with engagement in online courses.

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Desire2Learn LTC Instructional Resources

In D2L, by default, courses are not created until requested. Canvas, however, automatically creates courses for you; there will no longer be a separate course request process. Be advised, while these courses are automatically created (and WINS enrollments and course integrations will take place), these are blank placeholder courses.

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What Students Want In Canvas LTC Instructional Resources

Based on multiple student panels, here are the most common requests for your Canvas course: Match your Assignments and Grades area to your course syllabus. Reorganize Modules to a chronological layout. Populate assignments and tasks to student calendars. Utilize the description area of Quizzes and Assignments.

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Lynda.com LTC Instructional Resources

Lynda Courses: Business Skills, Communication & Leadership. Posted on November 17, 2017 by Ethan Rausch. Reply. You may know that you have access to Lynda for free as a student here at UW-Whitewater, but did you know that they offer courses on topics beyond technology? The

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Students LTC Instructional Resources

Courses may or may not have a Canvas component. Instructors have the option to use Canvas for their courses, but not all do. If you aren’t sure if Canvas is utilized for your class, be sure to ask your instructor. If you are just enrolling in a course now, be aware that it can take 24-48 hours for that enrollment to move from WINS to Canvas.

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“Humanizing Your Courses”; Presence LTC Instructional

Inspired by the thinking of Michelle Pacansky-Brock, the “Humanizing Your Courses” series will explore ways to create human-centered learning experiences. This second workshop will feature a panel of some of our most “present” faculty members. We’ll explore examples from their classroom experiences, including face-to-face and online

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Get A Jump Start Using D2L In Your Course! LTC

Don’t reinvent the wheel — use the “D2L Starter Course (v.2)” developed to allow you to quickly leverage D2L in an online, hybrid, or face-to-face class format. The recently updated D2L Starter Course (v.2) is a D2L course that includes a number of useful templates and other resources available for you to copy and modify for use in your D2L courses.

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English 364 PWP Mentor

Welcome Professional Writing students! Both Olivia and Cheyenne (that’s us!) are here to help you with your courses and succeed in your chosen field. For those in: English 230 Foundations of Writing and Editing; English 362 Grammar of Standard Written English; English 364 Style: Principles and Practices; We are available for tutoring and

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D2L Course Cleanup LTC Instructional Resources

The D2L courses slated for purge will be permanently deleted. All files and student records will be deleted. How do I know which of my courses are scheduled for cleanup after June 15th, 2012? First, login to D2L and look at your courses in the “My Courses” widget. Courses are identified by semester and year.

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Library Resources Workshop – Community Engagement Center

With your library card you can access free books, movies, music, and magazines, learn a new language or computer skill with free online courses, study for the ACT or other standardized tests, get live homework or resume help and much much more!

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Institute For Online / Blended Teaching LTC

QM courses use a faculty driven peer review process. There are several options for reviewing a course ranging from formal official course review following QM processes and protocols, an internal review, or more customized consultations. Internal reviews can guide and improve existing courses.

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For Instructors LTC Instructional Resources

In moving the courses online, I shifted assignments to focus on critical thinking. For each module, students now listen to musical examples and write a reflection on the discussion board, respond to a more provocative discussion prompt centered on issues like the inherent whiteness and maleness of the canon, the narrative of composer as genius

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The Best Summer Jobs For College Students – University

When you enrolled in courses here at UW-W, your NetID Log-in automatically became your login for Handshake! How cool is that! Handshake can be used to find you campus, local, national or global jobs; and is the most common way that students apply for on campus jobs, like the ones that we have right here in the UC.

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JEFFREY THOMAS LTC Instructional Resources

Engaging Students in Online Courses: Building Community & Increasing Interactivity. Join an interactive hour-long collaborative online workshop where faculty, instructional staff, and campus partners will actively problem-solve struggles with engagement in online courses.

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TED Tips LTC Instructional Resources

QM courses use a faculty driven peer review process. There are several options for reviewing a course ranging from formal official course review following QM processes and protocols, an internal review, or more customized consultations. Internal reviews can guide and improve existing courses.

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Call For Participants – Canvas Certified Educator Program

Courses are entirely run by Instructure’s Canvas Learning Services team, not by UW System Administration. Earning the program certification requires successful completion of four core and two elective courses taught in Canvas by Instructure’s Canvas Learning Services team. Each of the following courses takes approximately six weeks to complete.

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D2l LTC Instructional Resources

Spring 2019 is the last semester that Desire2Learn will be available. Starting in Summer 2019, all courses will be required to use Canvas. Existing content stored in D2L will be accessible to instructors through Spring 2020 for migration. For Fall 2018 and Spring 2019, you can choose what platform you want to deliver your courses.

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Fall 2019 Learning Technology Center Updates LTC

A small group of instructors is currently exploring using adaptive learning in a variety of courses, with the goal of sharing their experiences using adaptive learning next spring or summer. Additionally, the LTC would like to invite all members of the UW-Whitewater campus community (students, staff, faculty) to two open discussions on adaptive

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Canvas Course Templates: Additional Flexibility Available

On Tuesday May 28th, UW-System approved a change in Canvas to allow for additional flexibility in the Course Navigation area and in the number of Announcements shown.

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Canvas Workshops – July And August 2020 LTC

During the Summer of 2020, the Learning Technology Center (LTC) will be offering opportunities to learn the Canvas basics, make simple changes to your courses to improve the student experience, and to dig deeper into Canvas features. For self guided assistance, please view the Canvas Service Page. Canvas Basics

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Desire2Learn Course Closet Cleaning Workshops LTC

In preparation for the upcoming Canvas transition, we will be holding a two part hands-on workshop series to help clean up some of the old content in your D2L courses. This will be a repeat of the same series we offered in January. We will provide a brief overview of common areas that can be cleaned up, and then we’ll dive in and help you clean out the closet!

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Community Of Practice For Online/Blended Education LTC

The Online/Blended Teaching Institute consists of a series of interactive workshops focusing on designing and teaching courses in a blended or online format. There is an emphasis on developing appropriate online or blended content, assessment, and learning activities.

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For Instructors LTC Instructional Resources Page 3

Courses are entirely run by Instructure’s Canvas Learning Services team, not by UW System Administration. Each of the courses takes approximately six weeks to complete. The estimated time commitment to complete a course and a reflection activity is 16 – 22 hours per course.

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Canvas LTC Instructional Resources

Courses may or may not have a Canvas component. Instructors have the option to use Canvas for their courses, but not all do. If you aren’t sure if Canvas is utilized for your class, be sure to ask your instructor. If you are just enrolling in a course now, be aware that it can take 24-48 hours for that enrollment to move from WINS to Canvas.

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TED Tips – Issue 19: Quality Matters LTC Instructional

QM courses use a faculty driven peer review process. There are several options for reviewing a course ranging from formal official course review following QM processes and protocols, an internal review, or more customized consultations. Internal reviews can guide and improve existing courses.

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For Staff LTC Instructional Resources

In moving the courses online, I shifted assignments to focus on critical thinking. For each module, students now listen to musical examples and write a reflection on the discussion board, respond to a more provocative discussion prompt centered on issues like the inherent whiteness and maleness of the canon, the narrative of composer as genius

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Desire2Learn Course Closet Cleaning Workshops LTC

The purpose of this session is to focus on and prepare your D2L courses for the upcoming transition. We will be releasing a Canvas training schedule in January 2018. Stay tuned! If you have any questions about this workshop, contact the UW-W Learning Technology Center.

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For Instructors LTC Instructional Resources Page 2

On Thursday, April 8th, Cisco will release the Webex Meetings 41.4 update. The highlights of this release are listed below. Full release notes are also available.

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Spring 2018 Update From The Learning Technology Center

Don’t forget to request for fall semester courses! Course creation must be completed every semester, and it is a manual process on our end. Courses created by 3pm on business days are typically available the next day.

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Celelebrating Teaching And Learning Conference LTC

In moving the courses online, I shifted assignments to focus on critical thinking. For each module, students now listen to musical examples and write a reflection on the discussion board, respond to a more provocative discussion prompt centered on issues like the inherent whiteness and maleness of the canon, the narrative of composer as genius

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Improved D2L Calendar Tool LTC Instructional Resources

Color coded courses make it easier and clearer for you to know which assignments, quizzes, discussion or events are for each class. Kaitlyn, from the Learning Technology Center, will demonstrate how to use and customize your calendar in this short video clip.

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Previous D2L Login Announcements LTC Instructional

Summer courses, especially ones held online, may be greatly affected by this outage, so please plan your course work accordingly. If you have any questions or concerns about this outage, please contact UW-W D2L Support.

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Annual D2L Course Cleanup Process LTC Instructional

This years purge will contain all courses between Fall 2012 and Summer 2014. Please reach out if you have any questions or concerns. In order to maintain optimal storage capacity and ensure the ongoing smooth operation of D2L, a purge of older courses from the system is conducted annually by the UW System Utility.

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Canvas Workshops – Summer 2020 LTC Instructional Resources

Canvas Workshops Summer 2020. During the Summer of 2020, the LTC will be offering opportunities to make simple changes to your courses to improve the canvas exerance for you and your students, and to dig deeper into Canvas features. For self guided assistance, please view the Canvas Service Page. There are many good ways to set up a course.

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Conferences & Seminars LTC Instructional Resources

In moving the courses online, I shifted assignments to focus on critical thinking. For each module, students now listen to musical examples and write a reflection on the discussion board, respond to a more provocative discussion prompt centered on issues like the inherent whiteness and maleness of the canon, the narrative of composer as genius

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UW-Whitewater History – Public History @UW-Whitewater

The school continued to grow throughout the 1900s adding business education courses in 1913. Whitewater became Whitewater State Teachers College in 1927, when the school became the first normal school in Wisconsin to grant bachelor’s degrees. This shift in both name and degrees marks a significant change in the university’s history.

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TED Tips – Issue 4: From D2L To Canvas LTC Instructional

WINS courses from Winter 2016 through Winter 2018 that are associated with your D2L account will show up with a complexity rating. This complexity rating provides an estimate of time needed to fix your course inside Canvas. Not everything transfers easily.

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