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Live Workshops Presented via Zoom

Productivity Tools for Learning and Working

Who should attend: Students, Faculty, and Staff

These workshops focus on technologies students need to succeed academically and prepare them for the workplace. Faculty and staff will benefit from making the most of their daily work practices.
View and register for all OIT workshops

  • Cloud Storage: Options for UTK Faculty/Staff
  • Google Sites and Google Forms: Introduction
  • LinkedIn Clinic: Groups, Posting to Canvas
  • LinkedIn Learning
  • Web Development: HTML, CSS, and WordPress
  • Acrobat
  • Creative Express
  • Illustrator
  • InDesign
  • Lightroom
  • Photoshop
  • Rush & iMovie
  • Excel
  • Making Memorable Conference Presentations
  • OneNote
  • PowerPoint
  • Sharing and Collaborating
  • Sway
  • Teams
  • Word

Instructor-Focused Topics

Who should attend: Faculty, Instructors, Graduate Students, and Staff

These workshops support the teaching community in learning instructional software skills with a strong emphasis on the pedagogy behind the tools.
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  • Accessibility and Universal Design for Learning
  • PowerPoint Tips for use in the Classroom
  • Promoting Student Engagement and Success in the Online Classroom
  • Screencasting Tips to Enhance Teaching and Learning
  • Teaching, Learning, and Assessment in Large Online Courses
  • Apply UDL Principles within Your Canvas Course
  • Canvas: Analytics for Student Success
  • Canvas: Assignments and Grades
  • Canvas Folio: Digital Tool for Assessment and Student Career Prep
  • Canvas: Foundations: Getting Started
  • Canvas: Getting Started with Canvas Studio
  • Canvas: New Quizzes
  • Canvas: What’s New in Online@UT
  • Zoom: Breakout Rooms
  • Zoom: Introduction to LiveOnline@UT
  • Zoom: What’s new in LiveOnline@UT
  • Clicker and Classroom Technology Drop-in Consultations
  • Clickers for Online Learning

Research-Focused Topics

Who should attend: Students, Faculty, and Staff

These workshops cover a variety of software packages available to help you collect, process, and analyze data for both quantitative and qualitative research.
View and register for researcher-focused courses

  • Data Visualization: Best Practices
  • JMP
  • NVivo
  • Python
  • QuestionPro
  • R
  • SAS
  • SPSS
  • Data Visualization: Best Practices
  • JMP