This installment in the @5min Video series is on the Magna Commons.
Description: Instead of doing a video this week, I want to send out a different video-based resource. Below is an email from Monica Devanas of the Center for Teaching Advancement and Assessment Research (CTAAR) on the Magna Commons. For the last few weeks I've been participating in the Magna Mentor "Monday20-Minute Mentor" Series which has been really interesting and helpful.
The CTAAR is very pleased to be able to provide you with additional webinars from Magna Publishers, on the Magna Commons Website. There are over one hundred webinars, on many of the same topics that we have been reviewing this semester and many, many more. Each one is an hour or more, covering each topic in greater depth.
Here's how to access the Magna Commons:
Go to this link to log in as member of the Rutgers Community: http://ctaar.rutgers.edu/teaching/magna-commons.html
At this site will be a link to access Magna to create an account with them. Once you have created your own Magna account, you will be able to access the Magna Commons webinars, any time and any where, just go to http://www.magnapubs.com/magna-commons/ and the whole library of webinars is available.
Just some of the excellent topics:
- Practicing Learner-Centered Teaching in Large Classes
- Proven Strategies for Managing Disruptive Student Behavior
- Teaching Online vs. F2F: 15 Differences That Affect Learning
- Teaching Unprepared Students: Success & Retention Strategies
- How to Engage Students with Interactive Online Lectures
- Online Grading Tools: Six Steps to Efficiency and Quality
- Supplement Classroom Learning with Screen Capture Software
Blog entry - http://comminfo.rutgers.edu/blogs/sgarwood/magna-commons.html
Sign up for Magna Commons - http://ctaar.rutgers.edu/teaching/magna-commons.html
Log-in once you have an account - http://www.magnapubs.com/magna-commons/
To view earlier resources created for this series, please see: http://comminfo.rutgers.edu/directory/sgarwood/index.html
Hope you find this helpful. Please let me know if you have any questions/comments,
p.s. Please feel free to share these resources