Learn the basics of adding and managing grades in the Grade Center.
Learn how to create a test, question types, and how to make a test available for students. Also look at setting test options, how to view grades and the statistics. Get a hands-on introduction to the assessment function, with a focus on creating and grading tests. You will first take a test as a student, becoming familiar with how tests will appear to their own students. Then, turning to the instructor perspective, you will learn how to create and deploy a test and review the student results.
With just a few clicks in PowerPoint, you can transform drab presentations into engaging Flash multimedia experiences. Easily included attachments, interactivity, and quizzes within PowerPoint, which then can be accessed instantly and easily through any web browser. Adobe Presenter is FREE for UNL faculty and staff and easy to install (Windows only).
Adobe Presenter gives you an additional toolbar in PowerPoint allowing you to create dynamic Flash materials that you can post online for your students.
University Communications will review new communications campaigns during the "Brand Summit 2012," 1 to 2:30 p.m. Aug. 15. The session, which is open to all staff and faculty who have a role in communications, is in the Gaughan Multicultural Center, room 202 (Ubuntu room).
The update will feature recent communications campaigns designed to help UNL meet goals in the areas of recruitment, retention and alumni engagement.
If you already know how to create a slide show, but are looking for ways to make your presentation more professional and less boring, this is for you. Learn how to design a slide, make each slide a visual aid to support your presentation.