In Beyond the Basics and Advanced Features learn about polling, downloadable file options, recording, layering and much more.
Learn how to login, create a meeting room, use existing meeting rooms, conduct a webinar or meeting.
Topics include: joining, navigating, scheduling, inviting others, host controls, recordings, and Q&A.
An *introduction* to Connect, Zoom, and Webex will be given. You will learn which technology is best suited for what purpose.
Topics include: Joining, scheduling, and hosting a Webex meeting, navigating the meeting window, Canvas LTI integration overview. This webinar was also offered March 26 and March 27.
This 50-minute online learning session (Zoom) will engage participants in the topic of emotional intelligence in a virtual world. Emotional intelligence refers to a distinct combination of emotional, social skills and competencies that influence our overall capability to cope effectively with the demands and pressures of work and life.
Creating Accessible Digital Documents will help participants to become more intentional about creating (and modifying) Word documents so that they are easily read by those with vision impairments (including use of assistive technology). While the class focuses on the use of MS Word, the concepts can be carried over into other MS Office products like Excel, PPT, and Outlook. Class material provides the step-by-step “how-to” approach for all Office products.
ISU Extension and Outreach Professional Development invites those who have completed the full Crucial Conversations (CC) workshop to attend our new “Crucial Conversations Refresher Series.” Neuroscience and learning transfer theory tells us that consistently practicing (new) skills is the biggest predictor to successfully integrating learning into your everyday environment. The Refresher Series will provide a highly engaging environment in which to share ideas and discuss experiences related to the skills and strategies learned in the original CC workshop.
ISU Extension and Outreach Professional Development invites you to participate in a Community of Practice. Community of Practice (CoP) is a “group of people who "share a concern or a passion for something they do and learn how to do it better as they interact regularly". As we refresh and dive deeper into our learning of DiSC communication, our workstyles, potential stereotyping, stress, and action planning.
Coming Together for Racial Understanding (CTRU) is a Professional Development workshop created by the National Cooperative Extension Service Rapid Response Team to enhance communication and engagement by identifying barriers, countering bias and building trust across racial differences. And it is being offered virtually.