This year CATL will be offering an online webinar workshop series. The “Wednesday Webinar” workshop will be offered the second and fourth Wednesday of every month from 8:00-9:00pm. CATL Staff and other UW-L faculty will present on a variety of topics and will focus on practice tips and tricks to integrate into your teaching.
All "Wednesday Webinar" sessions will be held in D2L "Online Rooms", a virtual synchronous meeting space. This means that instructors can join any "Wednesday Webinar" session virtually from the comfort of their home or office. An internet connection is required. Specific log-in directions, access information, and technical assistance can be found by following the link to the right.
for enrolling in
No registration is required to attend these webinar workshops. Simply log-in to the webinar up to 15 minutes prior to the time listed. Recorded sessions will be available for viewing; information about accessing archives can also be reviewed on the technical help site.
September 11 - 8-9pm - Writing Measurable Objectives
September 25 - 8-9pm - Designing Custom Google Maps for Interactive Instruction
October 9 - 8-9pm - Facilitating Effective Online Discussions
October 23 - 12-1pm - Delivering Content Online
November 13 - 12-1pm - Pros and Cons of Tools Used to Add Voice and Video to PowerPoint
December 11 - 12-1pm - Time Management Tips for Teaching Online
Due to low attendance, the Wednesday Webinars scheduled for
Spring 2014 have been CANCELLED. If you would like to schedule a
webinar or face-to-face session for your department or a group
of instructors about one of the proposed webinar topics listed
below, please contact Kristin Koepke (firstname.lastname@example.org).
How to Write Better Directions
Tips and Tricks for Using Mid-Course Assessments
Blend It or Flip It
Techniques and Tools to Give Feedback Efficiently
Instructional Strategies for Teaching Complex Ideas
How to Create Online Student Presentations
Examples of Activities and Assessments
A full list of 2013-14 "Wednesday Webinar" topics with descriptions can be found HERE. Links to archived webinars from Fall 2013 are also listed on this site.