Due to a scheduling conflict the event has been moved to Wednesday March 9, 2016 (Original date was February 24, 2016)
A successful traditional, online or hybrid course should incorporate teaching strategies that enhance students’ interactions amongst each other and with you. Web 2.0 tools can enhance these interactions and provide a means to facilitate teaching. The recent migration to Google means the Ryerson community now has access to many new tools. In this workshop we will explore the tools available through Google Drive; documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and online forms. In addition, we will explore how to incorporate these tools into your classroom activities. We will provide participants with access to a shared folder of teaching and learning templates developed using Google Drive, providing participants with a pedagogically-sound toolkit that can be shared, modified, or updated by anyone at Ryerson. This workshop will be held in a computer lab as we will introduce hands-on activities.