OIT Training Workshop Descriptions (Summary)
Featured Workshop
Canvas Foundations: Getting Started

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This workshop provides a foundational overview of basic features and functionality available in Canvas that allows instructors to build and support engaging courses.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
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Canvas: Analytics for Student Success

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Analytics can improve student success by providing insight into student learning behaviors. Faculty will learn how to assess the effectiveness of their online teaching methods, identify areas that need improvement, and identify at-risk students.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
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Canvas: Getting Started with Canvas Studio

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This workshop will provide an overview of the Canvas Studio video platform - the next-generation online video learning platform. Canvas Studio integrates with Canvas and allows instructors to seamlessly create media interaction and active learning experiences in the online classroom. Learn how Canvas Studio can engage both students and instructors, provide insightful viewing analytics, generate captions, and turn video and audio content into conversation. All workshops are listed in Eastern Standard Time. Zoom session link: https://tiny.utk.edu/studio-training

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
HTML/ CSS: Introduction

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This course will cover HTML and CSS fundamentals, including structure, syntax, and semantics, and will provide participants with a basic understanding of how HTML and CSS work together to display the content and appearance of web pages. Beginning HTML and CSS skills can be used to create and edit web pages, as well as customize existing content in WordPress, Canvas, and other online platforms.

NVivo11: Data Visualization

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NVivo11 is a qualitative data-analysis package used to organize and analyze resources used in qualitative research. NVivo11 allows researchers to analyze documents, electronic web surveys, audio and video files, images, database tables, web pages, and social media content in one platform. This workshop will provide an in-depth review of the data visualization tools included in Nvivo. Participants will practice creating queries, maps, charts and diagrams.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
Accessibility & UDL: Course Design for Everyone (3 Days)

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Overview: Traditionally, accessibility is understood to be a way to provide access to physical spaces and content for people with disabilities. While that is critical, it is also a narrow way of conceptualizing accessibility. This workshop will introduce participants to the theory and practice of Universal Design for Learning (UDL), which provides a framework for designing courses, assessments, materials, methods, and learning environments that proactively account for variability in the population. UDL draws from decades of research in neuroscience, cognitive sciences, and education sciences to promote practical and conceptual frames for the design and delivery of courses. Unlike traditional approaches to accessibility, UDL advocates providing access to not just physical spaces and content, but to learning and expert learning. Unlike traditional accessibility, UDL advocates the provision of access not only to individuals with disabilities, but to everyone. This workshop will go introduce UDL theory and practice, then look specifically at participants’ courses to walk through a UDL design sequence from closely examining goals to developing well designed assessments to the provision of options for learning in methods and materials. By the end of the workshop, participants will have had the chance to re-design one unit of their course and the skills to expand these strategies to other units therein.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Accessibility: Creating Accessible Course Documents (PC and Mac combined)

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Learn how to create electronic course documents that are accessible to all students, including those with disabilities. Small changes in how you create Word, PowerPoint, and PDF documents can improve accessibility and benefit all course participants, including the instructor. This workshop is designed for Mac or Windows users of MS Office 2016, and will introduce you to the accessible UTK Course Syllabus template. NOTE: If the time of the workshop does not fit your schedule, please contact the OIT HelpDesk at 865-974-9900 to schedule a consultation.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Accessibility: Designing Accessible Course Materials (2 Days)

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2-Day Workshop: This workshop series provides opportunity for faculty to learn about the benefits and applied principles for proactively designing courses that are accessible for all learners. Specific topics include why and how to design accessible material, including: word documents, PDFs, Canvas pages, and video & audio. It is intended to be a practical survey, guiding participants through the steps to make material accessible on the level of providing perceptual access and utility for everyone. As part of the workshop, participants will practice applying these concepts to actual course material from their courses with guided oversight and support.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Accessibility: Enhancing Video Learning with Captions

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Captioning, once thought to be exclusively for individuals who are deaf or hard of hearing, has well researched benefits for ALL learners. Indeed, captions are known to improve attention, retention, and comprehension of learning videos. In this hands-on workshop, participants will have the opportunity to learn multiple ways to efficiently and effectively caption their own videos using YouTube or Canvas Studio.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Adding spatial context, data and maps to research using ArcGIS Online Tools

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ArcGIS has many different ways to access and display data sets, and analyze relationships over time and space. Many publicly available datasets are geocoded within the ArcGIS platform allowing users to analyze and visualize the relationships within different data sets spatially. Hands-on examples will show users how to find and download demographic data and other publically available data sets, how to combine the data with GIS files, and how to view the data in ArcGIS Online. The session will assist any researcher who wants to include tabular data in a spatial visualization or analysis.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
Adobe Acrobat: Basics

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Adobe Acrobat is an application to view, create, manipulate, print, and manage files in Portable Document Format (PDF). This is an introductory class to using the different tools connected with Acrobat.

S This is a student focused workshop and students are given enrollment priority.
Adobe InDesign 1: Basics

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InDesign can be used to create works such as posters, flyers, brochures, magazines, newspapers, and books. This is an introductory class that will give you a basic understanding of InDesign and how to use the different tools available therein.

S This is a student focused workshop and students are given enrollment priority.
Adobe Lightroom: Organize and Edit your Photos like a pro

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Lightroom is an image management and editing application from Adobe. Using Lightroom, users are able to work through their images sorting and organizing making them easy to find when needed, editing the look of the images, and finally sharing on the web. Attendees at this workshop will be introduced to the application interface and lean the basics of using the application.

S This is a student focused workshop and students are given enrollment priority.
Adobe Muse: Basics

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Learn how to build a website without touching HTML or CSS. Adobe Muse is a fun and easy way for designers to build websites from start to publish. It allows you to optimize your site for desktop, tablets, and phones.

S This is a student focused workshop and students are given enrollment priority.
Adobe Photoshop 1: Selections and Manipulations

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Participants will examine the Photoshop interface. Selections from the toolbar will be defined, discussed, and applied to a graphic. Invaluable shortcuts for opening, viewing, and selecting will be taught. Work with palettes and palette menus. Learn and apply the creative skills needed for manipulating graphics. These skills include selecting, editing, and rotating shapes, then adding the shapes to another graphic.

S This is a student focused workshop and students are given enrollment priority.
Adobe Photoshop 2: Layers, Frames, and Edges

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Participants will learn advanced layer techniques to selectively hide and reveal portions of artwork, to align images, and to add layer effects to a type layer.

S This is a student focused workshop and students are given enrollment priority.
Adobe Photoshop 3: Banners, Brushes, and Colors

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Unravel the mystery of Photoshop. Learning how to use layers is the key! This class teaches the fundamentals of layering. To understand layering, think of stacking transparencies of different graphics to give the appearance of one image. Add some art to the mystery with Painting and Editing. Work with colors, brushes, gradients, and more.

S This is a student focused workshop and students are given enrollment priority.
Adobe Photoshop 4: Improving your Photos

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In this class, participants learn to use masks to protect parts of an image from change, just like using masking tape to paint a room or a vehicle, or using a stencil to letter a sign. Students also learn to retouch photos. They will learn to remove unwanted objects from a picture, change a gray sky to partly cloudy, and brighten the colors.

S This is a student focused workshop and students are given enrollment priority.
Adobe Photoshop: Compositing Images with Photoshop

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ONE-HOUR WORKSHOP! Through the use of creative selections you’ll combine multiple images into one image.

S This is a student focused workshop and students are given enrollment priority.
Adobe Photoshop: Making Photos Better

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1 HOUR WORKSHOP! Admit it. We’ve all taken photos that have been less than great and wished there was a way to fix them. In this class you’ll learn some simple tricks with Photoshop to take a poor photo and make it look Great!

S This is a student focused workshop and students are given enrollment priority.
Adobe Rush & iMovie: Editing Videos

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Participants will learn the basic of video editing using iMovie. The class will cover:
  • Importing video footage and stills
  • Cropping, trimming, and splitting clips
  • Inserting transitions between clips
  • Adding background music

Although this workshop was written with students in mind, faculty and staff are welcome to attend.

S This is a student focused workshop and students are given enrollment priority.

Adobe Spark & Canva Workshop

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Basics of using Adobe Spark and Canva. Will focus on using those applications to create infographics.

S This is a student focused workshop and students are given enrollment priority.
Adobe Spark: Using Spark to get noticed on Social Media

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Spark is a free cloud based application that empowers you to create creative social media Post, Pages and Videos with voice-over. It’s very easy to use and creating content is just a mouse click away. They even provide stock photos and royalty free music for the videos you create. Adobe has created a wonderful tool for producing online content. Because the application is cloud based, you can start a project on one computer and then reopen it on another or even on any of your devices.

S This is a student focused workshop and students are given enrollment priority.
Analysis of Clinical Trials

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The workshop covers three important topics that commonly face statisticians and research scientists conducting clinical research: analysis of stratified trials, analysis of pharmacogenetics data, and crossover trials. The workshop offers a well-balanced mix of theory and applications. It presents practical advice from experts and discusses regulatory considerations. The discussed statistical methods will be implemented using SAS software. Clinical trial examples will be used to illustrate the statistical methods.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
Analyzing Social Media Data for Research

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Discover how NVivo’s NCapture tool supports the analysis of social media content from Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and YouTube. Participants will be provided with an overview of how NCapture and NVivo make it possible to use social media data within research. Within the workshop, participants will extract data from social media platforms; code and query social media data; analyze the social media data; study information flow using social network analysis; and visualize, summarize, and export social media data.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
Apple GarageBand

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This course is an overview of Apple's popular digital audio software. Participants will learn basic audio editing techniques useful in creating a podcast or other audio editing needs. The class will cover:
  • Recording audio files
  • Importing audio files into GarageBand
  • Special effects
  • Adding tracks
  • Saving audio

Although this is listed as a student-focused workshop, faculty and staff are welcome to attend.

S This is a student focused workshop and students are given enrollment priority.

Applied Statistics: Post Hoc Tests For Interactions (Special Topic)

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Post hoc tests (from Latin post hoc which means “after this”) consists for analyses that are not specified prior to seeing the data and are used to explore how significant factors differ. This special topics workshop will provide an overview of post hoc analyses for interactions, including both between and within subject comparisons, as well as provide information on the many methods of controlling the Type 1 error rate. This is a special topic. Special topics are advanced, one-time workshops open to anyone interested in attending.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
Atlas.ti

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Atlas.ti is a qualitative data-analysis package used to organize and analyze resources used in qualitative research. Atlas.ti allows researchers to code documents, images, audio, video, and geographic data. Researchers can also use the software to annotate findings and express relationships using data visualization tools. This workshop will provide an overview of the software. The interface and features are demonstrated, along with examples of research projects utilizing the software. Participants will import and organize data in Atlas.ti, add research notes and annotations, and code qualitative data. Participants will also understand the potential of Atlas.ti as a tool for organizing, analyzing, visualizing, and reporting qualitative research data.

S This is a student focused workshop and students are given enrollment priority.
Augmented and Virtual Reality for Experiential Learning

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Participants will learn ways to incorporate augmented reality into their classes as an experiential learning approach. The workshop will provide pedagogical examples, demonstrate free augmented reality authoring software/apps, and guide participants through a process of building their own augmented reality projects. The workshop will consist of an augmented reality presentation, followed by a hands-on workshop where participants will create their own augmented reality project and develop an augmented reality class assignment, as well as a general discussion period for audience questions.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Avoiding Copyright Issues With Open Educational Resources (OER)

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This workshop features technologies that can be used to find and create free and copyright-free Open Educational Resources (OER) to use as learning materials for your courses. We will highlight sources and technologies for copyright-free images, videos, textbooks, course units, and more. Bring your own laptop or tablet and come prepared to search for specific topics and locate materials that you can use and remix for your courses. If you will need to use an OIT-supplied laptop, please contact us prior to the workshop.

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Baker Center Events

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Banner 9 Custom Forms

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Training for Banner 9 Custom forms

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Banner 9 Registration Demonstration

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Demonstration of the Ellucian Banner 9 Registration module

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Banner 9 Training - Functional

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Functional training on Banner 9 Admin Pages (formally known as INB). Training is focused on functional office users.

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Banner 9 Training - Power Users

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Banner 9 Training on Admin Pages (formally known as Banner INB). Training is targeted at power users on campus.

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Banner Activity Roster Management

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Training on how to use and manage Banner activity rosters. Includes roster creation, management, uploading, and reporting.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Best Practices for Presentations

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In this workshop, attendees will get tips on the best practices for designing, delivering and assessing presentations. Software covered will include PowerPoint, Google Slides, and Sway. We’ll give you tips on how to not use endless bullet points, what types of images are best (hint: don’t use clipart), and how to organize your presentation to keep your audience awake.

S This is a student focused workshop and students are given enrollment priority.
Best Practices for Presentations - Requested Topics

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Do you need your students to learn how to setup a presentation? Are you part of a group that is going to a conference and you all need to brush up on your presentation layout? Does your department want all the instructors to improve their lectures for classes? In this workshop, faculty, staff, or departments can request a tailored workshop for your group to cover your presentation needs. We’ll go over general best practices that can be used in all presentations, focusing on PowerPoint. You can then choose from the following additional topics for a more tailored training: Sway, Prezi, Pecha Kucha, TED, Google Slides, or Keynote. Request a workshop through the HelpDesk.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Building Your Online Brand

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Learn how to create and curate your online brand with social media and your personal website. This course will cover principles of a good design and user experience, what to include in your portfolio, creating a personal brand identity, and building a website with WordPress.com.

Camtasia - Level 1

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In this hands-on workshop, you will learn how to record your interaction with a website or application, then polish your screen recording (screencast) with basic editing techniques and imported media. Please note: this workshop will be taught using Camtasia 9 (PC) but applies for Camtasia 3 (Mac) as well. You are welcome to bring your PC or Mac laptop loaded with the appropriate version of Camtasia to use during the workshop.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Camtasia - Level 2

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In this hands-on workshop, you will learn how to plan and then enhance a screencast by adding behaviors, animations, transitions, table of contents, and quizzes. Please note: this workshop will be taught using Camtasia 9 (PC) but applies for Camtasia 3 (Mac) as well.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Camtasia: Creating Instruction

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Would you like to record your desktop and make amazing videos to deliver instruction? Need an easy way to provide course guidance or feedback on an assignment? It’s easy with Camtasia’s built in screen recorder. You can make your videos stand out by adding visual effects, animated backgrounds, cursor highlights, callout shapes, royalty-free music, and you can even add quiz questions. All these features will be demonstrated and you will have time to create a video to share with your students.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Canvas LEAD

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Prepare for your summer and fall courses. Become a Canvas LEADer! Join us as we present Canvas topics and important tool updates that will help you effectively use your course site to engage students and raise achievement

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Canvas New Features

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Child & Family Studies Faculty Retreat on Canvas New Features, OIT Instructional Services Overview

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Canvas Workshop for MFLL

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It covered: Getting Started with Canvas, Tool Focus (Assignments, Grades, Messages and Announcements, etc.), General Q & A

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Canvas: Assignments, Assessments, and Grades

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This workshop will focus on the Canvas assessment tools (Assignments and Quizzes) faculty can use to track and/or improve student learning. Instructors will also learn the relationship between Canvas assessments and the grade book. We'll go beyond the nuts and bolts of assessment creation and management by learning about many best practices and helpful hints that can contribute toward a better, more efficient online experience for both you and your students.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Canvas: New Gradebook

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This workshop will focus on the New Canvas Gradebook which offers a number of enhanced features, improved accessibility support, and elevates the user experience. Currently, instructors may enable the New Gradebook on a course-by-course basis. If you are new to Canvas this fall semester, we encourage you to use the New Gradebook. Existing Canvas users should consider trying the New Gradebook in one of their courses before using it for all courses. Eventually, the New Gradebook will replace the current Canvas Gradebook.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Canvas: Tips & Tricks

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During this one-hour Canvas Tips & Tricks session, we will reveal and illustrate for you several lesser-known features and strategies that can help you more successfully and more efficiently manage your Canvas courses, and connect with your students.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Clicker and Classroom Technology Drop-in Consultations

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Clickers and Classroom Technology: Save time! During this drop-in consultation day, you can come in anytime to ask questions on clickers, Cynap, document cameras, projectors, how to best use the technology in your classroom, and more. Are you wondering how to incorporate clickers into your class? Do you have questions on why your PowerPoint doesn't project the way you want it to? Ask us!

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Cloud Storage Options at UTK (Faculty / Staff Focused)

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Comparison of T-Storage, Microsoft OneDrive, and Google Drive with emphasis on uses for faculty and staff.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Collecting Qualitative Data in a GIS Context with Collector for ArcGIS and Survey123

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While the foundations of GIS center around quantitative data and spatial analytic functions, recent developments in GIS enable users to integrate qualitative information into a GIS context thereby enriching and contextualizing place based research. This workshop will focus on collecting qualitative data using Collector and Survey123 within ArcGIS and encouraging participatory research through ArcGIS tools.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
Conjoint Analysis in Question Pro

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The objective of this workshop will be to develop an understanding of conjoint survey question design, analysis,  and methodology.  Using QuestionPro, participants will gain hands on experience designing conjoint survey questions and analyzing data.  Conjoint analysis is based on a main effects analysis-of-variance model and is one method that survey researchers and statisticians use assess the importance of multiple factors used in making decisions. For example, marketing researchers may use conjoint analysis to determine what price consumers are willing to pay for specific features or products whereas health program coordinators may use conjoint analysis to predict patient adherence to various treatment regimens.  Examples of conjoint studies within different fields will be presented to encourage a discussion of methodology, survey design, and analytical techniques.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
Creating a Student Portfolio With WordPress.com

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Learn how to create a personal portfolio/website with WordPress.com. This course will cover principles for creating a good design and user experience, what to include in your portfolio, creating a personal brand identity, and WordPress.com

S This is a student focused workshop and students are given enrollment priority.
Creating Effective Posters that will get Your Topic Noticed

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Sometime during the semester, you'll need to create a poster for a class presentation or a conference poster session. In this short workshop, you'll learn five simple steps to help you create a successful, attention-grabbing poster. Concept, Design, Resources, Printing, and Mounting. You leave the session with the tools and resources needed to create a poster that will get your topic the attention it deserves.

S This is a student focused workshop and students are given enrollment priority.
Creating Practice and Assessment Activities Using Adobe Captivate

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"Create engaging interactive practice and assessment activities with Adobe Captivate templates to deliver in class or on multiple devices (computer, iPad, phone). The focus includes an overview of how to use Captivate templates to design and develop interactive practice and assessment activities. The workshop will include samples of work that participants can then use to follow the visual process steps to create their own activities, their own classroom website, classroom presentations, etc. "

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Cynap - Requested Topic

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Workshop for Strong Hall

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Data Collection: Hacks for Social Media Data Collection and Analysis (Special Topic)

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Social Media Collection and Analysis Hacks: Social media data mining is one popular way social science researchers gather qualitative data. This workshop will introduce a variety of processes to extract, represent and analyze social media data and patterns. Useful direct web scraping tools and application programming interfaces (APIs) will be introduced. Techniques used to gather historical and real-time social media data will be provided. Hands on practice will also be included. This is a special topic. Special topics are advanced, one-time workshops open to anyone interested in attending.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
Data Visualization

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R’s ggplot2 package lets you visualize data, making even complex graphs easily. In this hands-on workshop you will learn the grammar of graphics approach and create a wide range of graphs including bar plots, dot plots, pie charts, line charts, and scatter plots with various types of fit lines. You will also learn how to easily create graphs divided up by groups. The course shows how to make all the graphs discussed in Data Visualization Best Practices (recommended as a prerequisite, but not required). Familiarity with the R programming language is also helpful but not required.

S This is a student focused workshop and students are given enrollment priority.
Data Visualization Best Practices

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The same data visualization could be good or bad depending on the point you’re trying to make. We will briefly discuss your options of using words and tables, then we will focus a variety of graphical displays, showing when each works best. This workshop is optionally followed by two others: Excel Data Visualization and R Data Visualization. Those show how to make the graphs discussed in this workshop.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
Developer Roundtable

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Open discussion on site analytics, multisite development, website governance, and more.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
English 455 Persuasive Writing

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Requested Workshop for English 455 Persuasive Writing

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English 470 History of Rhetoric

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Requested Workshop for English 470 History of Rhetoric

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Enhance Accessibility & Productivity with Read & Write Software

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Texthelp's Read&Write software enables you to quickly and easily create audio files (Mp3 files) to convert text-to-speech, and create accessible PDFs, websites and Canvas pages for your students and others. But wait, there’s more! Read&Write offers studying, writing, and revision tools that everyone can use to improve learning, vocabulary, research and writing skills. Come to this hands-on workshop to learn how to use and teach others to use this robust learning tool. Read&Write software is available to UT employees and students at no additional charge.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
ePortfolios for Developing and Assessing Student Professional Competencies

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ePortfolios are being used in all disciplines of Higher Education for a variety of purposes: to showcase student work, to demonstrate student acquisition of essential competencies, to assess student learning, and to support students in preparing for the job market. In addition, ePortfolios are used by institutions to encourage students to participate in and record multi-disciplinary activities, and many departments use them as a discussion focus when identifying desired programmatic competencies and the artifacts that students should produce in each course to demonstrate acquisition of those competencies. This workshop will highlight how ePortfolios can be implemented for many of these purposes, the benefits and the theory and research behind their use, and the steps involved in initiating ePortfolios for your students, course, department, project, or for yourself! The Canvas ePortfolio tool will be demonstrated and participants will be given the opportunity to experiment with its features.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Excel: Data Visualization

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Excel lets you visualize data quickly and easily. In this hands on workshop you will learn the grammar of graphics and create a wide range of graphs including bar charts, pie charts, line charts and scatter plots. The course shows how to make the graphs discussed in Data Visualization Best Practices (recommended as a prerequisite, but not required). Familiarity with Excel is helpful but not required.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
First Year Studies - Requested topic

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This workshop is requested by a First Year Studies instructor, who selects a technology topic that would assist their class.

S This is a student focused workshop and students are given enrollment priority.
Getting Started with WordPress.com

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Sign up and learn the basics of WordPress.com, including how to set up your blog, how to customize and change your theme, where to add pictures, and how to add videos.

S This is a student focused workshop and students are given enrollment priority.
Google Forms

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ONE-HOUR WORKSHOP. It’s more than just creating a survey, although we can do that with Google Forms too, but you can also create registration information, take a quick poll, collect email addresses, and even create a pop quiz that can be taken on any device and the results sent back to a spreadsheet in real-time where you can create charts to help you analyze the data. In this class you’ll learn the basics of using Google Forms by designing a form to collect email addresses and creating a quick opinion poll.

Although this is listed as a student-focused workshop, faculty and staff are welcome to attend.



S This is a student focused workshop and students are given enrollment priority.
Google Sites

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A portfolio / résumé website is one of the best ways to get your name out to potential employers. Google Sites makes it easy for you to create a site that gets your name, skills, and contact information into the right hands. In this class you’ll learn how to create a Google Site and begin designing your own personal résumé site.

Although this is listed as a student-focused workshop, faculty and staff are welcome to attend.

S This is a student focused workshop and students are given enrollment priority.

HTML Fundamentals

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Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) is the standard programming language for describing the content and appearance of webpages. This course will cover HTML fundamentals, including structure, syntax, and semantics, and provide participants with a solid foundation for creating web pages of their own. Start coding in HTML to gain highly valuable and marketable skills in an exciting, continually growing field!

S This is a student focused workshop and students are given enrollment priority.
Instruction: Screencasting for Teaching and Learning

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Screen casting for Teaching and Learning Video screen capture, known as screencasting, is an excellent way to provide students with quick, “just in time”, instruction that’s available for them to access anytime, anywhere, and at their own pace. Screencasting is also an excellent option for providing annotated feedback, or a creative means for students to share and demonstrate knowledge. In this workshop we will explore options for creating and sharing screencasts to enhance both teaching and learning.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Instructional Technology Community of Practice

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The IT Community of Practice (ITCoP) is a Faculty Fellow initiative that provides an opportunity for faculty to bring their lunch and join colleagues in demonstration and discussion on trends and issues in instructional technology. Click the recording links (where available) to view previous meetings. Brown Bag Lunch Meetings Fall 2017 – Spring 2018 Every 4th Wednesday from 12:20pm – 1:10pm Location: Practice Presentation Room, John C. Hodges Library,​ Commons North (220E) Access and Engagement The IT Community of Practice (ITCoP) theme for the 2017-18 academic year is Access and Engagement. Guest presenters will share instructional technology implementations related to making course content accessible to all and featuring engagement options to enhance student learning.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Introduction to Adobe Illustrator

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This workshop will introduce you to the Illustrator palettes, tools, and overall layout of the program. This hands-on workshop will focus on creating a vector-based illustration, taking you through steps of creating shapes, fills, lines, patterns and applying effects. By the end of workshop you will have created your own illustration.

S This is a student focused workshop and students are given enrollment priority.
Introduction to ArcGIS Online

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ArcGIS Online is a simple cloud-based utility for producing, editing, and sharing geospatial data. ArcGIS Online is meant to act as a Web-based mapping solution for everyone from GIS professionals to those with no formal GIS training. This workshop will give an overview of ArcGIS Online features. Researchers will learn how to: Upload and manipulate data; map points, lines, and areas; enrich map layers with data; embed maps in Web sites; and share maps in a multitude of ways.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
Introduction to ArcGIS Pro

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ArcGIS Pro is a new ESRI software package with a radically different user interface and a new way of working with GIS data within the ESRI platform. In this workshop, participants will become familiar with the ArcGIS Pro interface and terminology. Participants will create an ArcGIS Pro project and assign tasks, import MXD files, work with data stored locally and ArcGIS Online data, edit 2D and 3D data, perform geoprocessing and spatial analysis tasks, and create and share multiple layout for a single map.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
Introduction to Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)

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This course will cover CSS fundamentals, including structure, syntax, and semantics, and provide participants with a solid foundation for creating web pages of their own, in conjunction with HTML. Start using CSS in your projects to learn dynamic web development skills!

S This is a student focused workshop and students are given enrollment priority.
Introduction to ESRI tools available to UTK community

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ArcGIS is a suite of software used to create and use maps, compile geographic data, analyze mapped information, share and discover geographic information, and manage geographic information in a database. The workshop will provide an overview of the software packages components available to the students, staff and faculty at UT.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
Introduction to Lynda

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Lynda.com is a video-based online training resource available to all UTK faculty, staff, and students through the Office of Information Technology.Participants will become acquainted with the Lynda.com site interface, learn to customize their account, and discover effective uses of playlists. You will learn how to navigate the Lynda library to locate topics of interest, playlists, and competencies; to track your progress; and to print certifications. In a nut shell Lynda is anytime, anywhere learning available to UT faculty, staff and students.

S This is a student focused workshop and students are given enrollment priority.
Introduction to MATLAB

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MATLAB is the most popular software for solving problems in matrix algebra. The workshop introduces the basic features of MATLAB. You will learn MATLAB basic commands, data structures, built-in functions, and plotting using practical examples. You will also learn how to generate scripts in MATLAB called M-files and how to access the supporting information from MATLAB supporting documentation.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
Introduction to R

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In this hands-on workshop you will learn to use the R programming language to create vectors, factors and data frames; how to manage your files and workspace; how to control R functions; how to read comma-separated data files; how to select variables and observations; how to create plots and how to perform basic statistical analyses.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
Introduction to SQLite Database

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You will create a simple database and execute SQL commands and we will provide a few basic scripting interfaces which the participants will utilize and do some simple edits in the class to get output. SQLite is easy to install and does not need a dedicated server. From the SQLite website: "SQLite is a software library that implements a self-contained, serverless, zero-configuration, transactional SQL database engine. SQLite is the most widely deployed SQL database engine in the world. The source code for SQLite is in the public domain." Some well-known users of SQLite include Adobe, Apple, Firefox, GE, Google, McAfee, Microsoft, PHP, SKYPE, SUN, and Toshiba.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
iPads and Instruction

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Take an iPad for a spin! This class will be driven by you! What do you want to do: Become more efficient with your iPad? Add interactivity to your class? Learn organization tips? Engage your students? In this overview workshop, faculty and staff participants will discover and discuss basic mobile technology skills for creating and storing course content while adding collaboration and interaction to the teaching and learning environment. An Apple iPad 3 or other Apple device running iOS 10.3 or higher is required. If you do not have an iPad, one will be provided.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
JMP: Basics

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New workshop! Students will learn the basics of using the JMP interface to accomplish the following tasks: manage data effectively; explore data by using the software's extensive graphical capabilities; create and manage data summary reports in JMP; and conduct basic data analysis. Hands-on examples will be provided throughout the session. Prior knowledge of JMP is not required.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
JMP: Text analysis

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Text analysis is the process of deriving information from text by creating sets of structured data out of unstructured documents. The purpose of typical text analysis tasks include text categorization, text clustering, concept extraction, production of granular taxonomies, sentiment analysis, document summarization, and entity relation modeling. This workshop will briefly review the ways JMP can be used to perform the techniques of text analysis. Practical tutorials will be conducted throughout the session and participants will be able to gain hands-on experiences. Prior preliminary knowledge of JMP is preferred but not required.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
LinkedIn Clinic - Headshots

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Workshop listing for headshot photos to be taken at the OIT LinkedIn Clinic

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LinkedIn Clinic - LinkedIn Consultation

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Workshop created for students who requested a LinkedIn Consultation during OIT LinkedIn Clinic

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LinkedIn Clinic - Resume Consults

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Workshop created to list students who received a Resume consultation during the OIT LinkedIn Clinic

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LinkedIn Clinic - Website Consults

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Workshop created for students seeking Website consultations at the OIT LinkedIn Clinic

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LinkedIn, Resume, Social Media (Requested Topic)

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Learn how to use LinkedIn to set up a resume, network, and search for internships and post-graduation jobs. Bring your laptop, iPad, or other mobile device with the LinkedIn app already installed or request to borrow a device to experiment with us.

S This is a student focused workshop and students are given enrollment priority.
Linkedln Clinic - Unique Individuals

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Drop In

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Linux Command-Line Skills

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NOTE: This self-paced, online tutorial will be available continuously; the "workshop date" is for OIT's purposes in tracking the number of people who access the training each semester. Linux is a free and open source operating system with a wide usage in science, data-center, and industrial applications. Much of the power of the system is accessed only through its command-line interface. This hands-on workshop shows you how to use a Linux OS through the Bash shell. This is a self-directed, online workshop that should be completed independently. ACCESS THE ONLINE WORKSHOP AT http://tiny.utk.edu/linux_basics. Contact the instructor when completed or if you have questions.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
Lynda.com Transitions to LinkedIn Learning (Zoom Session)

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Lynda.com transitions to LinkedIn Learning

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Managing Digital Distractions in the Classroom

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Can you imagine your life without a computer or smartphone? They make our lives easier, more efficient, and more connected. Yet, in the classroom, many instructors ban digital devices because they turn into digital distractions or worse, a cheating tool. Student response to the ban? They sharpen their device hiding skills. At this workshop, we will discuss how to help students stay focused on learning. You will leave this workshop with a few practical ideas and strategies on managing digital distractions in your classroom.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Mathematica 1 (Basics)

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Mathematica Basics is a beginner’s level introduction to using Mathematica. Topics include creating cells in notebooks, creating and editing mathematical formulas using the keyboard and palettes, basic language syntax and programming, importing and exporting text, data and graphics, creating a slide show from a notebook, and configuring notebooks with the Option Inspector.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
MATLAB: Image Processing (Special Topic)

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Image processing and analysis provides a means to extract and quantify objects and patterns in image data in various research fields. MATLAB is an efficient tool for image processing applications ranging from common contrast enhancement and noise reduction, to more complex ones such as image segmentation. This workshop is intended to introduce the digital image processing basics and demonstrate commonly used techniques to manage, process and analyze image data in MATLAB. Prior preliminary knowledge of MATLAB is preferred but not required. This is a special topic. Special topics are advanced, one-time workshops open to anyone interested in attending.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
Mediator and Moderator Regression

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Mediator and moderator variables are terms in a regression model which intervene between the independent and dependent variables and alter the relationship between them. This workshop will explain the difference between mediation and moderation effects and show how to model and assess them. Examples will use both traditional statistical software and structural equation modeling software.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
Microsoft Access 1 (Basics)

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Students will be introduced to the basics of Microsoft Access including the interfaces and navigation between views. Topics include creating tables, queries, reports, forms, and using basic filtering tools.

S This is a student focused workshop and students are given enrollment priority.
Microsoft Access 2 (Advanced Techniques)

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Students will perform advanced queries in a Microsoft Access database. Intermediate level training for developing a relational database in Microsoft Access. We will be creating relationships, queries, and reports as well as importing Excel files.

S This is a student focused workshop and students are given enrollment priority.
Microsoft Excel 1: Worksheet Basics

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Students will learn the basics of using the Excel interface to accomplish the following tasks: create and edit worksheets, enter data and formulas, format text and values, use sort and filter tools, insert pictures, and manage a workbook.

S This is a student focused workshop and students are given enrollment priority.
Microsoft Excel 2: Forms, Charts, and Macros

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The class covers topics in Microsoft Excel beyond the beginning basics. Topics include calculations, functions and macros on a form, creating and customizing charts, and customizing the page layout. Attendees should know how to enter data, create basic formulas, sort, print, move data and add rows/columns before attending (See Excel Level 1).

S This is a student focused workshop and students are given enrollment priority.
Microsoft Excel 3: Advanced Features

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This workshop should be taken after Excel 2 and covers Pivot Tables & Charts, Advanced Formatting, Advanced Filtering, and Macros from formulas.

S This is a student focused workshop and students are given enrollment priority.
Mixed Model Analysis in SPSS

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The Linear Mixed Models technique extends the general linear model to allow for correlated design structures and nonconstant variability in the model. SPSS provides a set of efficient tools for analyzing mixed models. This workshop introduces the basic concepts of mixed models and demonstrates how to process and analyze mixed models in SPSS. Hands on tutorials will be conducted throughout the session, giving attendees a chance to see SPSS in action for mixed model analysis. Prior preliminary knowledge of SPSS is preferred but not required.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
Mobile Imaging: Capturing Great Images with your Mobile Devices

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UTK Faculty and staff participants will use their course/departmental objectives and content, along with iPad apps, to develop content for instruction, presentation, collaboration and/or engagement. Faculty will need a digital copy of their course objective(s) and associated formative assessment. An Apple iPad 3 or other Apple device running iOS 10.3 or higher is required. If you do not have an iPad, one will be provided.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
New Graduate Student Orientation

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Office of Information Technology Services

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Nvivo11 Fundamentals

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NVivo11 is a qualitative data-analysis package used to organize and analyze resources used in qualitative research. NVivo11 allows researchers to analyze documents, electronic web surveys, audio and video files, images, database tables, web pages, and social media content in one platform. This workshop will provide an overview of the software. The interface and features are demonstrated, along with examples of research projects utilizing the software. Participants will import and organize data in NVivo11, add research notes and annotations, and code qualitative data in a variety of ways. Participants will also understand the potential of NVivo11 as a tool for organizing, questioning, visualizing, and reporting qualitative research data.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
NVivo12: Automated Coding and Insights

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Nvivo12 includes various types of auto-coding features.  Within this workshop, participants will learn about the pattern based auto-coding tools and the automated theme and sentiment extraction tools available in Nvivo12 .  The auto-coding tools within Nvivo are designed for coding large volumes of textual data quickly.  Participants will learn about the datasets most suitable for auto-coding and explore the process of using auto-coding. Hands on practice and examples will be provided using interview data and social media data.  

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
NVivo12: Introduction

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Introduction to Nvivo 12: NVivo12 is a qualitative data-analysis package used to organize and analyze resources used in qualitative research. NVivo 12 allows researchers to analyze documents, electronic web surveys, audio and video files, images, database tables, web pages, and social media content in one platform. This workshop will provide an overview of the software. The interface and features are demonstrated, along with examples of research projects utilizing the software. Participants will learn to import and organize data in NVivo 12, add research notes and annotations, and code qualitative data in a variety of ways. Participants will also understand the potential of NVivo 12 as a tool for organizing, questioning, visualizing, and reporting qualitative research data.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
NVivo: Completing Literature Reviews Using Nvivo Software

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Qualitative data-analysis tools such as NVivo are immensely useful for researchers who analyze, synthesize, and write up literature reviews. This workshop will focus on using NVivo (a qualitative data-analysis tool) to organize, query, visualize, and summarize data for a literature review. Additionally, participants will learn how to annotate literature, add research notes, and integrate NVivo with bibliographic software packages such as Endnote and Zotero.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
NVivo: Introduction

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Qualitative data-analysis tools such as NVivo are immensely useful for researchers who analyze, synthesize, and write up literature reviews. This workshop will focus on using NVivo (a qualitative data-analysis tool) to organize, query, visualize, and summarize data for a literature review. Additionally, participants will learn how to annotate literature, add research notes, and integrate NVivo with bibliographic software packages such as Endnote and Zotero.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
NVivo: Visualizing Qualitative Data Using Nvivo

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NVivo12 is a qualitative data-analysis package used to organize and analyze resources used in qualitative research. NVivo12 allows researchers to analyze documents, electronic web surveys, audio and video files, images, database tables, web pages, and social media content in one platform. This workshop will provide an in-depth review of the data visualization tools included in NVivo. Participants will practice creating queries, maps, charts and diagrams.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
Office 365: OneNote

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Digital Tools for Notetaking - One Note session

S This is a student focused workshop and students are given enrollment priority.
Office 365: Overview

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This workshop is an introduction to using the online Office 365 suite. We will teach you how to navigate the interface, create and manage documents, customize Outlook and Calendar, and use Groups.

S This is a student focused workshop and students are given enrollment priority.
Office 365: SharePoint Overview

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Learn how to use common features in the Microsoft Office 365 version of SharePoint. Attendees will learn how to create sub sites, lists, and libraries. An emphasis will be placed on the differences between SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint within Office 365

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Office 365: Sharing and Collaborating

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This workshop will focus on using the collaborative aspects of the Office 365 suite. We will cover related features of Outlook and Calendar, Groups, Planner, and OneNote, as well as Office 365 mobile apps.

S This is a student focused workshop and students are given enrollment priority.
Office 365: Special Topics

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This workshop can be customized to your group's needs. Available special topics are:

Office 365 Special Topics: Jumpstart Your Semester (offered Spring 2017)

This workshop will help you use Office 365 apps to set and meet your semester goals. You will learn how to maximize Outlook and Calendar for productivity, how to create Plans in Planner, and how to take notes in OneNote, as well as other topics like Office 365 mobile apps. Because this training is intended to help you plan your semester, we ask that you please bring your course syllabuses or have access to digital copies.

Office 365 Special Topics: Sway (offered spring 2017)

This workshop will teach you how to use Sway, an app in the Office 365 cloud-based suite, to create visually-striking presentations. Sway is an alternative to PowerPoint that is free to you through Office 365. In this workshop, you will learn the different parts of the Sway interface, how to create a presentation, how to design and adjust a layout, and how to share your Sway.

Office 365 Special Topics: Planner App (no scheduled sections spring 2017 but available for your group)

Planner is an app in the web-based Office 365 suite designed to maximize your productivity. This workshop will help you get started in Planner by demonstrating how you can use the app to set goals, manage tasks and class assignments, and even collaborate with others on group projects.

S This is a student focused workshop and students are given enrollment priority.

Office 365: Sway

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This workshop will teach you how to use Sway, an app in the Office 365 cloud-based suite, to create visually-striking presentations. Sway is an alternative to PowerPoint that is free to you through Office 365. In this workshop, you will learn the different parts of the Sway interface, how to create a presentation, how to design and adjust a layout, and how to share your Sway.

S This is a student focused workshop and students are given enrollment priority.
OIT New Staff Orientation

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OIT New Staff Orientation -- this section is limited to OIT new hires.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
One-Shot Video

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"One-Shot video is a simple way to produce a short (5 minutes or less) single-topic video using your own available video capture technology (e.g., mobile phone, tablet, etc.) or an iPad device from OIT. You can also use Canvas or Zoom. Faculty or staff participants will learn to: • Prepare your props and/or script • Record your video with no, or very little, editing • Upload the video to YouTube • Check and Edit Accessibility • Embed the video link into Canvas One-Shot video is dynamic and engaging, acquaints you to your students/audience, introduces or reinforces course or informational content, and appeals to the current video culture. Come give it a try!"

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Overcoming Accessibility Barriers in Assessments

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This workshop illustrates how instructors can apply the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) to ensure that assessments are accessible, valid, and effective.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Overview of Qualtrics API

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The Qualtrics API can be used to automate repetitive processes inside of Qualtrics or to pass information in and out of Qualtrics. With API, a researcher can read survey data directly from Qualtrics into R, SPSS and other software packages. Similarly, a user can automate contact list creation rather than manually compile and import contact lists. This workshop will show how to access the Qualtrics API feature, read data into a few popular software packages and provide an overview of some other research related and administrative uses.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
Overview of Research Software and Services

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In this brief workshop you will learn about the extensive range of free research software and services available to you from OIT. We can help you do: quantitative and qualitative analysis of data, text, and images; create web-based surveys; use high performance computers; solve challenging math problems – and more! Full statistical consulting and qualitative analysis consulting services are included. We can also present this workshop in your own departmental meetings at no charge. Prerequisites: None Time: 30 minutes of presentation followed by up to 30 minutes of Q&A time

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
Overview of Web Development

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Get your feet wet in the world of web design and development – learn about the broad range of ways to interact with the Internet today to create websites, ranging from WordPress and blogging software to HTML, web hosting, JavaScript, web accessibility, and more. If you've always wanted to work with websites but weren’t sure where to start, or want a broader look at what is out there, this workshop will get you started in the right direction!

S This is a student focused workshop and students are given enrollment priority.
Photography with iPhones and iPads

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Photo project

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Photoshop Overview

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Special request class from Stewardship and Donor Relations

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Post Hoc Tests for Main Effects

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Post hoc tests (from Latin post hoc which means “after this”) consists for analyses that are not specified prior to seeing the data and are used to explore how significant factors differ. This special topics workshop will provide an overview of post hoc analyses for main effects, including both between and within subject comparisons, as well as provide information on the many methods of controlling the Type 1 error rate.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
Prezi Tips for Conferences

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The focus of this workshop is to use Prezi for preparing conference presentations. Prezi allows presenter(s) to zoom to different views on a virtual canvas and makes your presentation more visually appealing. This workshop will show you how to share your Prezi with other collaborators, download a Prezi for use when you have limited access to the internet, and create infographics using Prezi.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
ProMBA Class of 2020

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Introduction to Online@UT (Canvas) and introduction to LiveOnline (Zoom)

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Promoting Student Engagement & Success in the Online Classroom

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This hands-on session introduces faculty to strategies and tools that promote and sustain student engagement in both asynchronous and synchronous online classes.

SThis is an instructor focused workshop and only faculty/staff or GTAs may enroll.
Python: Introduction

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In this hands-on workshop you will learn to use the Python programming language to create list, dictionary, tuples, and strings; how to manage your files and workspace; how to control Python functions; how to read comma-separated data files; how to select variables and observations; how to create plots.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
Python: Machine Learning (Special Topic)

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In this hands-on workshop you will learn how to use Python to discover useful patterns in your data and to make accurate predictions. Topics will include data preparation, automated variable selection, cross-validation methods, and several popular modeling approaches including decision trees and neural networks. We will use the popular sci-kit learn and yellow brick package which integrates the various steps and standardizes them across many modeling methods. This is a special topic. Special topics are advanced, one-time workshops open to anyone interested in attending.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
QDA Miner 1 (Basics)

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QDA Miner is software that helps you perform Qualitative Data Analysis of text from sources such as interviews, speeches, newspaper articles, or open-ended survey questions. This hands-on workshop will show you how to import or enter the text, search for keywords, code blocks of text, find patterns of codes, calculate inter-coder reliability, compare groups and export your findings to other packages.

To access the QDA Miner software, first download the installation instructions by going to http://oit.utk.edu/software, clicking the "Download OIT Software" button, logging in, and choosing Provalis Research.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.

Qualtrics 1 (Web Survey Design)

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In this hands-on workshop, you will create and deploy a web-based survey using Qualtrics. Basic question construction (single and multiple response questions, grid/matrix tables for Likert questions, text questions) will be covered as well as how to add in Display and Skip Logic, which allows the respondent to skip questions that do not pertain to them, thereby shortening their response time. An overview of the reporting tools and how to export data as an SPSS dataset will also be presented. You may bring your own laptop if you wish.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
Qualtrics 2 (Reporting and Analysis Tools)

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In this hands-on workshop, you learn about reporting and analysis tools in Qualtrics including creating new variables, creating and sharing reports, and qualitative text analysis. You may bring your own laptop if you wish.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
QuestionPro for Qualtrics Users

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This workshop is targeted for current Qualtrics users and will provide an overview of building and deploying surveys in QuestionPro and how the process compares to Qualtrics. The workshop will also cover information on how to migrate surveys and data from Qualtrics to QuestionPro. Prerequisite: Should be a current Qualtrics user.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
QuestionPro: Introduction

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Introduction to QuestionPro: In this hands-on workshop, you will create and deploy a web-based survey using QuestionPro. Basic question construction (single and multiple response questions, grid/matrix tables for Likert questions, text questions) will be covered as well as how to add in Display and Skip Logic, which allows the respondent to skip questions that do not pertain to them, thereby shortening their response time. An overview of the reporting tools and how to export data will also be presented.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
R Basics

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In this hands-on workshop you will learn to use the R programming language to create vectors, factors and data frames; how to manage your files and workspace; how to control R functions; how to read comma-separated data files; how to select variables and observations; how to create plots and how to perform basic statistical analyses.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
R for Machine Learning

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In this hands-on workshop you will learn how to use R to discover useful patterns in your data and to make accurate predictions. Topics will include data preparation, automated variable selection, cross-validation methods, and several popular modeling approaches including decision trees and neural networks. We will use the popular caret package which integrates the various steps and standardizes them across many modeling methods.

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R for Text Analysis

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In this hands-on workshop you will learn to use R to read text from various sources, extract both sentiment and topics from it, and optionally use that information in statistical or machine learning models. We will use the tidytext package, which integrates functions from several other packages.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
R: Data Visualization

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R’s ggplot2 package lets you visualize data, making even complex graphs easily. In this hands-on workshop you will learn the grammar of graphics approach and create a wide range of graphs including bar plots, dot plots, pie charts, line charts, and scatter plots with various types of fit lines. You will also learn how to easily create graphs divided up by groups. The course shows how to make all the graphs discussed in Data Visualization Best Practices (recommended as a prerequisite, but not required). Familiarity with the R programming language is also helpful but not required.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
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Resume, Cover Letter, and LinkedIn Information

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Provide students with information regarding resumes, cover letters, and general information about LinkedIn.

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SAS: Analysis of Covariance Using (Special Topic)

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An Analysis of Covariance (ANCOVA) is performed when a researcher would like test an outcome for differences in categorical factors, while accounting for outside variability from additional continuous measures. This allows for the researcher to more precisely evaluate treatment differences while accounting for outside sources of variability. This workshop will discuss how to use SAS to perform one-way and two-way ANCOVA. Tests for the homogeneity of slopes, equal slope ANCOVA, and unequal slope ANCOVA models will be discussed. This is a special topic. Special topics are advanced, one-time workshops open to anyone interested in attending.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
SAS: Data Analysis

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SAS is a popular package for data analysis and graphics. This workshop shows you how to run the most widely used statistics and graphics in SAS, as well as how to interpret the output. Topics include: importing data in SAS, SAS procedures statements, exploring your data, measuring the strength of association between two continuous variables, comparing two groups on categorical and continuous variables, t-tests, analysis of variance and regression using the general linear model, how to produce plots in SAS, and where to go to learn more. The hands-on lab session will employ SAS for Microsoft Windows. Participants should have a basic knowledge of statistics.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
SAS: Getting the most out of SAS Mixed Models:Tips, tricks and additional SAS procedures that support Model Development

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The SAS software provides many lesser known options in the mixed and glimmix procedures that can be used to perform complex model development for situations where model assumptions are violated. In addition, there are many SAS procedures such as plm, transreg, and sgplot that can be used to provide additional insight into the results of a model. The purpose of this course will be to introduce users to additional ways to specify and explain mixed models using options that are often times overlooked. The SAS mixed model building process will be discussed along with how to address situations such as unequal variances, unevenly spaced time points, and testing the appropriateness of random effects. In addition, procedures will be presented that expand the ability to explain mixed models beyond the capabilities provided by the SAS mixed model procedures. A personal suite of macros will be presented to help speed up and enhance analyses.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
SAS: Multi-level Regression Models in SAS Proc Mixed

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Multi-level regression models, also known as hierarchical linear models or random coefficient models, are regression models with predictor variables measured a various different levels. For example, a model of standardized test score performance could contain predictors measured at the student level (e.g. age, gender), the classroom level (e.g. teacher’s years of experience), and at the school level (e.g. percent free/reduced lunch). Another type of multi-level model is the growth curve model which measures the dependent variable at multiple time points across a group of students. Proc Mixed allows the researcher to specify whether the slopes and/or intercepts of lower level predictors are allowed to vary within higher levels, and determines the variance in the dependent variable due to the higher level grouping factors (e.g. classroom, school).

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SAS: ODS Graphics for Data Visualization (Special Topic)

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The SAS ODS graphics procedures SGPLOT SGPANEL and SGSCATTER are a powerful but easy to use tools for creating publication quality graphics from your empirical data This workshop is geared for researchers who require publication quality graphics and who have a working knowledge of the SAS software package. This is a special topic. Special topics are advanced, one-time workshops open to anyone interested in attending.

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SAS: Programming Basics

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SAS is one of the most popular software packages for data analysis and visualization. It is a powerful tool that enables programmers to perform various tasks including information retrieval, data management, report writing and graphics, statistical analysis, and data mining. This workshop provides instruction on how to program effectively using SAS and understand basic concepts about SAS programs.

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School of Architecture Canvas Workshop

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Custom Canvas workshop for graduate students covering how to set the course homepage, edit the homepage, add photos, upload content to Canvas, and edit Assignments.

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Social Media, LinkedIn, and Your Resume

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Learn how to use social media such as LinkedIn to set up a resume, network, and search for internships and post-graduation jobs. Bring your laptop, iPad, or other mobile device with the LinkedIn app already installed or request to borrow a device to experiment with us.

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SPSS 1 (Basics)

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SPSS is a popular package for data analysis and graphics. This hands-on workshop takes you from starting the package through data coding, entry and cleanup, creating new variables, how to get output for different groups, how to request an analysis or a graph, manipulating the output, and where you can learn more. The hands-on lab session will employ the easy-to-use version for Microsoft Windows, but the menus are almost identical on Macintosh and Linux. Participants should have basic knowledge of Windows, Macintosh, or UNIX X-Windows. You may bring your own laptop if you wish.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.
SPSS 2 (SPSS Data Analysis)

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SPSS is a popular package for data analysis and graphics. This workshop shows you how to run the most widely used statistics and graphics in SPSS, as well as how to interpret the output. Topics include: exploring your data to find errors, extreme values and sparse categories; examining the distributions of continuous variables; measuring the strength of association between two continuous variables; comparing two groups on categorical and continuous variables and where to go to learn more. The hands-on lab session will employ the easy-to-use version for Microsoft Windows, but the menus are almost identical on Macintosh and UNIX. Participants should have a basic knowledge of statistics.

You may bring your own laptop if you wish.

R This is an researcher focused workshop.

Statistics in one Hour

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This workshop provides a one-hour introduction to statistical principals encountered in the research environment. Concepts such as data entry, hypothesis testing, p-values, power analysis, and data analysis are briefly covered to provide a baseline introduction to the statistical approach to problem solving. An effort is made to tie this information back to the scientific method so individuals with a broad scientific background find the material accessible. This workshop is available upon request.

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Structural equation modeling using SPSS AMOS

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Structural equation modeling (SEM) is a multivariate statistical analysis technique that is used to analyze the structural relationship between measured variables and latent constructs. This workshop is a brief overview of structural equation modeling using the SPSS AMOS software and features an introduction to the logic of SEM, the assumptions and required input for SEM analysis, and how to perform SEM analyses using SPSS AMOS. Throughout the course, participants will be able to do practical exercises. Prior preliminary knowledge of SPSS is preferred but not required.

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Teaching, Learning & Assessment in Large Online Courses

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Whether you are teaching an online class of fifty or five hundred, this session will help you learn specifics related to the effective design and delivery of a large online class. Join experienced online instructional faculty and staff as they present strategies for successfully teaching and managing high enrollment courses, including techniques for assessing student learning.

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TurningPoint Student Table

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Drop In at the Volshop

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Understanding Augmented Reality for Knowledge Retention

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Looking for a way to enhance your students’ learning with real-life, immersive experiences? Augmented Reality (AR) may be the solution. AR is a growing tech trend that helps learners retain and expand their knowledge by overlaying virtual elements into the real world. It can be used to help learners retain course content and transfer its application to future situations and environments. In this IT Community of Practice session, we will explore basic AR concepts and applications that can be used to give students the “you are there” experience for problem solving, digital storytelling, instructional components, etc. Faculty will need a mobile device (iOS or Android smartphone or tablet.) Other visual elements will be demonstrated or provided, as needed.

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User-Oriented Design: Designing for Content Providers and End Users

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Topics include designing for the end user, accessible web practices, and designing for content providers.

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Using Qualitative Data Analysis Software for Literature Reviews

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Qualitative data-analysis tools such as NVivo are immensely useful for researchers who analyze, synthesize, and write up literature reviews. This workshop will focus on using NVivo (a qualitative data-analysis tool) to organize, query, visualize, and summarize data for a literature review. Additionally, participants will learn how to annotate literature, add research notes, and integrate NVivo with bibliographic software packages such as Endnote and Zotero.

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Using Student Digital Devices for Active Learning

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By the end of this workshop, you will be able to: • Take student digital device features into consideration when selecting learning activities. • Plan a polling assignment for a specific teaching goal. • Select a learning activity that targets higher-order thinking. • Discuss challenges and opportunities of using student digital devices for active learning in class.

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Using UDL to Improve Course Design (in Canvas and the Classroom)

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It’s been said that “that’s the way we’ve always done it” is the most dangerous phrase in the English language. In this workshop, you’ll learn about Universal Design for Learning (UDL). UDL is a structured approach to designing learning experiences that forms a practical, meaningful expansion of accessibility concepts. In this workshop, our UDL specialist will share from his experience as a UDL educator and researcher, provide some highlights from the recent UDL in Higher Ed conference put on the by the Tennessee Board of Regents, and generally support understanding about what UDL is, how you may get started with it in class or on Canvas, and will provide you with resources and strategies you can use immediately.

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Video Captioning Basics

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This workshop provides instruction and practice in creating close captions for videos to make them accessible for all students.

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Web Development Overview

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Part of the DROP-IN Linkedln Clinic

Web: Advanced Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)

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In this follow up to the Introduction to CSS workshop, we will go beyond basic CSS selectors. This workshop will cover using CSS selectors to style only the exact elements you want. Want to style something more than simple HTML tags, ids, and classes? What about even rows of a table, odd items in a list, only images that are inside of a paragraph inside of a div tag? All of it is possible (and simple) utilizing CSS pseudo selectors and descendant selectors. As a bonus, being able to write good selectors is the first step in utilizing the power of jQuery.

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Web: Best Practices for Writing for the Web

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Topics include good writing practices, writing with accessibility in mind, developing a writing/style guide, and managing writers/contributors: how to get buy in and encourage compliance while creating a positive experience.

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Word Formatting for Resumes

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Students will learn the basics of using Microsoft Word to format a resume by using styles in the document, adjusting the fonts and using alignment tabs.

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WordStat for Text Mining

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WordStat is an easy-to-use package that performs all the fundamental tasks for text mining. It automatically extracts concepts from sources such as interviews, speeches, newspaper articles, or open-ended survey questions. In this hands-on workshop, you will learn how to determine the frequency and co-occurrence of terms, phrases, and concepts; create a categorization (coding) dictionary; analyze category patterns; compare groups; and export the findings to other packages. WordStat runs as an add-on to Stata and QDA Miner, but no knowledge of those packages is assumed.

To access the WordStat and WordStat for Stata software, first download the installation instructions by going to http://oit.utk.edu/software, clicking the "Download OIT Software" button, logging in, and choosing Provalis Research.

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Zoom: Introduction to LiveOnLine@UT

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If you currently use tools like Skype and FaceTime, or require an alternative tool for video conferencing for administrative or teaching needs, you’ll want to learn more about LiveOnline@UT (Zoom). Zoom enables users to have interactive, high-quality video and audio conferences from laptops, desktops, and mobile devices. Join us to learn more about Zoom and how it can assist you in teaching and learning, administration, and research collaboration.

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Zoom: What's New in LiveOnline@UT?

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What's New In Zoom - Join us for this one-hour workshop and explore the latest updates in LiveOnline@UT (Zoom). The agenda includes topics such as exploring content sharing and screen layout options, engaging on-screen feedback icons, and managing participants. We’ll discuss these topics and much more! Pre-requisite: Experience with scheduling and leading Zoom meetings. This workshop is online and the workshop instructor will email you a Zoom meeting link the day before the workshop.

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