Thank you for signing up for our workshops. Workshops are open to all City Tech faculty and staff. Part-time faculty are eligible to receive a stipend for their first time participating in a given workshop. Please sign up for one or more of the options below. You’ll get an email confirmation shortly, and we look forward to seeing you!
If you have any issues or questions, email us anytime!
GETTING STARTED ON THE OPENLAB
Ready to start using the OpenLab? This workshop introduces you to some of the exciting features of the OpenLab and helps you sign up for your OpenLab account and create your OpenLab profile! Please note: Access to your City Tech email required!
USING YOUR SITE AS A DYNAMIC SYLLABUS
Ready to learn more about setting up your course on the OpenLab? This workshop helps you create your course profile and course site with an emphasis on using OpenLab features to enhance your course syllabus. Please bring your syllabus and other course materials to this mixed-level session. Please note: An OpenLab account is required!
DESIGNING AND ASSESSING STUDENT WORK ON THE OPENLAB
Do you want to create online interaction with your students and also be able to assess it within the OpenLab? This workshop shares useful OpenLab tools for blogging and assessing student work and helps you to brainstorm assignment design for your OpenLab course. Please note: An OpenLab account is required!
CLONING/REORGANIZING YOUR SITE
Ready to reuse the structure of a former course site or looking to restructure your course, project, or club site? In this workshop, we will guide you through the course cloning process and help you rethink the organization of your site for enhanced use and better interaction with your students, colleagues, or peers. OpenLab experience required.
Ready to get hands-on experience on the OpenLab with face-to-face help available for support? Bring your ideas and questions, and join the OpenLab team for our Open Hour, a great opportunity to find out more about getting started with the OpenLab, but also a perfect time to ask your more advanced questions about using the OpenLab for your courses, clubs, projects, and portfolios. All experience levels welcome!