Advanced Online Course Design Part 2: UTA Cloud
Create Your Own Domain for Learner Hubs, Flexible Portfolios, and More with UTA Cloud
Have you ever wanted to try out new ideas and tools beyond the usual ones we all use at UTA? Did you know there is service available for free to UTA faculty, staff, and students with over 100 one-click install tools that you can use to create websites, learning hubs, portfolios, and more?
In this session, Dr. Matt Crosslin will introduce a tool called UTA Cloud, a locally supported instance of Domain of One’s Own, which promotes the development of web literacy and digital identity by providing users with their own website and resources to help the customize it based on their needs. Domain of One’s Own was also featured in an Educause “7 Things You Should Know About…” series. You and your students can set up accounts that will then allow each of you to install such tools as WordPress, Omeka, and more in a snap. We will examine ways to use these tools to create learners hubs, portfolios, assignment banks, and many other advanced course design methodologies. Make sure to sign up for a UTA Cloud account before the session! Lunch will be provided!
This event is sponsored by the Center for Research on Teaching and Learning Excellence and the LINK Research Lab.
Please RSVP at: https://linkresearchlab.org/events/advanced-online-course-design-part-2-dooo/ If you are unable to make it in person or if we reach capacity, the session will be available via Zoom at https://zoom.us/j/367034754
Wednesday, November 20, 2019 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm
LINK Research Lab, Nedderman Hall 246
416 S. Yates St., Arlington, TX