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Moodle Online Grading, Presented by Karla Bright

Tuesday, August 4 at 11 am

SBU’s Moodle Maven, Karla Bright, returns for a second workshop on the new Moodle environment. This time she will talk about the online grading features and the latest security features for exams that are embedded in Moodle.

The workshop is open to all faculty and staff and will be recorded for later review.

New Faculty Session 2: Moodle Basics--Wednesday, August 5 at 11 am


Book Discussion Group:
Small Teaching Online: Applying Learning Science in Online Classes by Flower Darby and James Lang--Open to all Faculty/Staff

Teaching Safe Space Discussion Group (Faculty Only)

As we get closer to the fall semester, it’s time to start talking together about how our semester might look and what we might do as faculty members to enhance our teaching. The idea of a teaching safe space discussion originated at a spring Faculty Senate meeting. The premise is that the group will be comprised of faculty only, in a space where all thoughts and ideas can be freely shared and discussed, to help each other arrive at reasonable solutions for our courses.


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