ATS Workshop Descriptions
Training courses from ATS are provided as in-person sessions, webinars, or as online learning modules. Review the workshop calendar to register for upcoming sessions. ATS courses are offered in the following formats:
- Drop-in Sessions (D): 30-minute individualized instruction in the ATS office.
- Group Sessions (G): in-person, small group instruction
- Webinar (W): Online training or workshops that you can attend from anywhere.
- Self-Paced (S): Follow the link to access the online series’. MSU login and password may be required.
Click the links shown below to access and begin your workshop. Workshops housed on Canvas will have a "Join" button you will need to click.
ADA Accessible Course Materials: (Self-paced Workshop): This course helps faculty and staff to create materials and documents that are compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 504. Simple changes to the way you create materials make the difference.
Canvas Quick Start: Set up your Canvas course and get started with the basics.
Camp Canvas: Self-Paced Tutorials for Canvas. Select from a range of short, self-paced workshops...everything from customizing and grading assignments, quizzes/exams, grading, and analytics. Basically, everything you need to successfully create and teach your course using Canvas. PRE-REQ. Introduction to Canvas or the Faculty Self-Paced Introduction to Canvas.
Canvas Creating and Managing Quizzes: Learn how to set up a quiz in Canvas, use publisher's test banks or import your quizzes from a Blackboard archive.
Canvas Working with Test Banks: This short, self-paced course will walk you through the process of downloading publisher created test content and importing it into your course.
Canvas for Students: Self-paced Course: This is a self-paced course (FREE) for all Morgan students. Learn how to participate in your courses using Canvas. Set up your Canvas profile, submit assignments, take tests, participate in discussions and check your grades. You'll also learn how to communicate with your instructor and classmates. Format: Online, Self-paced.
Gmail, Calendar & Drive Apps: (Self-Paced Workshop): Introduction to the GMAIL and Google calendars, time-saving tips and tricks, and ways to make the most of this software. Training also includes use of Hangouts, and Drive as an interchangeable or replacement for Microsoft Office Suite.
Respondus: (Self-paced workshop): Respondus Test Creation software bridges the gap between paper-based and online exams. LockDown Browser is a browser used for online testing. Both software tools work with Canvas. This workshop provides instructions for both applications.
Group Workshops & Webinars:
Introduction to Canvas for Faculty: Learn the basics of setting up and building a course in Canvas. Learn how to import your Blackboard content. Format: (G) Group Session, see ATS Calendar.
Canvas Advanced Workshops: See ATS Calendar for a list of advanced "Canvas Competency" workshops including Creating and Managing Assignments, Grading, Weighting Grades, Creating Quizzes, and Creating and Managing Discussions. These workshops topics change each month. Format: (G) Group -- See the ATS Calendar
Student Response Systems: Learn how to use free student response systems to enhance your course. In this workshop we'll explore several free resources, experience hands-on activities you can model in your course, as well as a community resource for sharing ideas.
NBC Learn: NBC Learn webinar series gets Morgan Faculty ready to use these powerful educational and research tools in the classroom and in Blackboard. NBC Learn is a collection of more than 19,000 videos, documents, and images that can be incorporated into classroom lectures and online teaching materials. Format: (W) Webinar | (D) Drop-in |
Panopto for Canvas Users: Thursdays at 11:00. Richardson Library 206. Learn how to add your Panopto videos to Canvas, as well as the use of our studio to create professional-quality videos.
Protecting Yourself Online -- Mandatory Security Awareness Training: Whether you’re on campus, at home, or on the go, we want to help keep you safe online. The program, managed by the Division of Information Technology (DIT), is mandatory for all faculty, staff, contractors, volunteers, and student workers. The training consists of interactive activities, review and acceptance of MSU's Acceptable Use of Information Technology Resources Policy (AUP), with a short assessment of knowledge gained.