MS Office Excel 2016 (Customized for eFolders)

This is not an eFolders workshop. However, this workshop will cover how to use Microsoft Excel 2016 for eFolders, as well as for grading, formulas, logical tests, and other topics. Some basics of Excel will also be reviewed, such as printing to fit on one page.

To register email: itec@citytech.cuny.edu

Assessment Scoring

TK20 is the college’s assessment software. Please note these workshops are only open to faculty designated by the department chair, assessment liaisons, or course coordinator liaisons. They cover fundamentals of using software, not the actual content that needs to be uploaded to the software.

To register email: tk20@citytech.cuny.edu

Assessment Scoring

TK20 is the college’s assessment software. Please note these workshops are only open to faculty designated by the department chair, assessment liaisons, or course coordinator liaisons. They cover fundamentals of using software, not the actual content that needs to be uploaded to the software.

To register email: tk20@citytech.cuny.edu

Blackboard Collaborate Ultra

ONLINE: Registration required

Blackboard Collaborate Ultra is much simpler for you and your students to use for online chats, office hours, or videoconferencing. Unlike the previous version, Blackboard Collaborate Ultra requires no software download, plugin, or login to run; only a browser is needed. Prerequisite: Blackboard Fundamentals

To register email: itec@citytech.cuny.edu

Introduction to Jing

Jing is a basic, free version of Camtasia Studio that allows you to capture video, animation, and images from your computer screen, which you can share on the Web. It works for Macs and PCs.

To register email: itec@citytech.cuny.edu

Instructional Videos Made Simple

Shoot an instructional video for your class on something as simple as your smart phone, use a few very basic video editing options, including creating a caption and title, then upload the video to YouTube or Blackboard.

To register email: itec@citytech.cuny.edu

Instructional Videos Made Simple

Shoot an instructional video for your class on something as simple as your smart phone, use a few very basic video editing options, including creating a caption and title, then upload the video to YouTube or Blackboard.

To register email: itec@citytech.cuny.edu