Face to Face
Get to Know Your iPad (Part 1)
Make Your iPad Work for You (Part 2)
Presenting the iPad to the Classroom (Part 3)
These face to face sessions will be held in the computer lab, Room 106, South Hall. Class is limited to twelve participants. To sign up, please email Laura Delanoix, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Online (via WebEx)
WebEx Part 2: Scheduling & Reporting
Creating Quizzes in Moodle 2.5
Microsoft Excel: Level 1
WebEx Part 3: Best Practices
Managing Your Gradebook in Moodle 2.5
All available courses offered via WebEx are listed at nsula.webex.com.
Click on the 'Upcoming' tab to view courses, then click 'Register' next to the one you would like to attend.
After completing registration, you will receive an email confirmation from WebEx.
The Office of Electronic and Continuing Education is regionally responsive, nationally prominent and internationally engaged. We are committed to creating and providing learning opportunities that respond to the constantly changing needs of individuals, organizations, and corporations.
Our primary business is to design, develop and deliver a variety of educational programs required to meet the learning needs of a diverse adult population. Through credit and non-credit courses, conferences, and institutes, individuals are provided the opportunity to continue their education.
To meet our obligation to provide educational opportunities, it is our continuing responsibility to identify and remove constraints of time and place that might burden learners and limit access. With fully accredited on-line degree programs from the associate through the specialist levels, and a full array of support services, no student in need of an education should feel place or time bound.