Live Locally, Grow Globally

What's NEW

Education 
Seminars & Symposiums

CLE (Collaboration & Learning Environment) Training Course for Faculty Members -- Suita Campus

2015-12-3 (Thu) - 2015-12-25 (Fri)

CLE training programs for interested faculty members have been scheduled to be held on the Suita Campus. Two types of training programs have been scheduled: (1) for beginners, and (2) for experienced users.

Application deadline: Friday, December 18, 2015

CLE Training Program for Beginners

Date & Times: Friday, December 25 -- 13:00-14:50 

Venue: Room #212 (Room B), GSE Common West, School of Engineering

Map

  • Intended for: OU faculty members, TAs
  • Prerequisites: None
  • Things to bring: Nothing in particular

Content of the program:

Participants will experience a mock class based on a sample syllabus in order to experience CLE functions. Basic operations and the following convenient functions will be explained.

General outline

  • For students
    - Confirming a syllabus
    - Taking a quiz
    - Posting a message on the bulletin board
    - Downloading materials
    - Submitting a report
    - Confirming grades
  • For faculty members
    - Confirming a course
    - Customizing a course
    - Uploading teaching materials
    - Creating an assignment
    ・Basic operations of MyBlackboard

CLE Training Program for Experienced Learners

Date & Times: Friday, December 25 -- 15:00-16:50

Venue: Room #212 (Room B), GSE Common West, School of Engineering

Map

  • Intended for: OU faculty members, TAs
  • Prerequisites: having used CLE or knowing its basic operations
  • Things to bring: Nothing in particular

Content of the program:

  • Preparing online quizzes
  • Confirming student access status
  • Maintaining statistics about student access
  • Tools for communication: bulletin board, journal, blog, Wiki
  • Group learning in the CLE

How to Apply

Click here to make an application.

Date: 2015-12-3 (Thu) - 2015-12-25 (Fri)
Venue: Room #212 (Room B), GSE Common West, School of Engineering
Registration: Registration is required for this seminar. (Web)
Contact: Information Media Education and Research Division, Cybermedia Center
cle-support@ecs.osaka-u.ac.jp

Back to top