2015 IGNIS Webinar Intro Slides: Digital Reading Strategies 04.16.15

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<ol><li> 1. IGNIS by Alissa Sells, CC BY NC SA. A derivative of Sparks, CC BY NC SA. SBCTC eLearning &amp; ATL present Reading Strategies for the Digital Age A Faculty Learning Community Presentation Bellingham Technical College </li><li> 2. test your audio test your audio: plug-in headset click on tools click on audio click on audio set up wizard follow the directions to test your audio check that your computer sound and/or headset is not muted try it: click on talk say hello were set to 4 simultaneous speakers, so you may need to wait your turn to speak </li><li> 3. audio / video participants chat whiteboard toolbar meeting interface </li><li> 4. participant tools emoticons polling permissions audio video chat whiteboard application sharing web-tour </li><li> 5. chat window type here moderators private moderators chat default tab to chat with group </li><li> 6. whiteboard tools whiteboard tools: hover mouse over a tool to read the tool description click and hold the sun icon to select a pointer tool for our first activity go ahead and practice on this slide pointer </li><li> 7. use your pointer to show us where you are US Map States from Wikimedia Commons, Public Domain </li><li> 8. use the polling tool to answer question In which format do you prefer to read? a. printed text b. digital text c. depends on what Im reading polling </li><li> 9. use the polling tool to answer question What do you read most online? a. news, blogs, or magazines b. novels c. textbooks d. scholarly articles e. never read online polling </li><li> 10. meeting netiquette talk chat type your questions into the chat as we go and well revisit them during the Q&amp;A use emoticons to indicate approval or a job well-done click your talk button to talk and click it off again when you are finished raise hand raise your hand so we can call on you in a timely manner emoticons </li><li> 11. April 16th: Reading Strategies for the Digital Age BTC Faculty Learning Community Dawn Hawley Librarian/eLearning Bellingham Technical College Judi Wise Faculty, Bellingham Technical College Traci Taylor Librarian, Bellingham Technical College Stoo Sepp Director of eLearning, Bellingham Technical College </li><li> 12. additional resources Teaching @BTC Reading in the Digital Age (Main Web Page) http://teaching.btc.ctc.edu/readingonline Teaching @BTC Reading in the Digital Age (Survey Responses) https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1yjA2qTr_BSMRRbO4TGYuA9MYXmeetxCuVMvdA6A ILSc/viewanalytics Teaching @BTC Reading in the Digital Age (Reading Environments) https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1yjA2qTr_BSMRRbO4TGYuA9MYXmeetxCuVMvdA6A ILSc/viewanalytics Teaching @BTC Reading in the Digital Age (Bibliography) https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5Sc1JEEpbHISXJ5bkxYUGQ1am8/view </li><li> 13. contact the dynamic duo Alissa Sells Program Administrator, eLearning SBCTC asells@sbctc.edu 425.239.0456 Follow Me on Twitter @WAeLearning Jennifer Whetham Program Administrator, Faculty Development SBCTC jwhetham@sbctc.edu 360.704.4354 My Blog The ATL Blog that puts Learning at the Center Follow Me on Twitter @Jwhethamsbctc </li><li> 14. share your thoughts How did we do? https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/ZFS3GJ9 Were not perfect! Constructive criticism is always welcome &amp; appreciated. Please be sure to provide us with enough specific feedback so we can learn, grow and improve. We love to hear the good stuff too! Thanks! </li><li> 15. join us next time for May 7th Integrating Alignment: It's not as hard as you think! Brenda Boyd, Judy Penn &amp; Kristi Spinnie </li></ol>