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Rowan College at Gloucester County and Cumberland County College merged on July 1, 2019 to form Rowan College of South Jersey (RCSJ).

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Center for Teaching & Learning

Center for Teaching & Learning

CTL Offerings

​​Below you will see some​ of the different workshops and events we have available to you in the CTL. 


Register for a W​orkshop

Basics - eLearning Overview

For instructors of : Online, Hybrid, or Web-Enhanced courses

​Need a basic overview of eLearning? Learn how to get started during this 30-minute session. Some of the topics covered include: DEV shells and their use, creating content areas, adding a syllabus and other documents, creating announcements, giving students access to their grades, and copying content from one course to another.


Basics - Introduction to OneDrive and Office Online

For instructors of : Online, Hybrid, or Web-Enhanced courses

Are you looking for an easy way to share documents with others, share your files in eLearning, collaborate in real-time, or do you simply need access to your files anywhere, any time? Then this 30-minute workshop will introduce you to Office Online and OneDrive for Business. Did you know that all faculty, staff, and students have access to a full 1 terabyte of storage through their OneDrive for Business account? We can help you set up your OneDrive account and get started.


Basics - Introduction to OneNote

For instructors of : Online, Hybrid, or Web-Enhanced courses

OneNote is a digital notebook that allows you to gather and organize your notes and information. You can think of OneNote as a "digital scratchpad" whereas Word is more like a "digital typewriter." In this introductory 30 minute workshop, participants will learn how to create and edit OneNote 2016 notebooks, explore the use and management of sections and pages, and enter data into OneNote from a variety of sources.


Creating ADA-Compliant Videos using Camtasia, YouTube, and Stream

For instructors of : Online, Hybrid, or Web-Enhanced courses

In this session, participants will learn how to add Closed Captions to instructional videos.


Embedded Librarianship - Addressing RCSJ Core Competency Standards in Information Literacy

For instructors of all course modalities

Offered in partnership with the Faculty Reference Librarians

In this session, participants will learn how to help students mater information literacy for their lives as college students, and as lifelong learners. Participants will be introduced to our Embedded Librarian program and to other library services designed to help students conduct higher-level research for class assignments.


Enter your Online Class like a Wrestling Superstar

For instructors of : Online or Hybrid courses

What does your Instructor Introduction communicate to your students about your personality and teaching style? In this workshop we will look at best practices in instrutor introductions in a bold and different way - by taking pointers from professional wrestlers! By just walking into the ring, audiences know a wrestler's personality, and whether to cheer them on for the match. How can you create that same energy and communicate your personality in a short introduction video for your class? Be prepared to release your inner superstar and create an engaging intro video. In the week following the workshop, the CTL and eLearning staff will assist you in producing engaging and quality intro videos for you to use. This presentation was given at the ITC conference in Las Vegas in February 2019.


Go Forth & Annotate! Open Annotation for the Web Using Hypothes.is (Part of our OER Series)

For instructors of all course modalities

Learn about Hypothes.is, the free and open way to annotate any web page or PDF. Annotations can be private, public, or restricted to groups you create (of your students, for instance). Highlight text on web pages, comment on it and create running discussions in your annotations. And they'll still be there when you return to the web page! "Too cool to be true," you say? Come and check it out... you'll be annotating in a jiffy!


​Information Literacy for RCSJ Faculty

For instructors of all course modalities

Offered in partnership with the Faculty Reference Librarians

Come to this session for a better understanding of this core competency, how to incorporate it into your curriculum and assignments, and how a librarian can help.


Making Your Syllabus ADA-Compliant

For instructors of all course modalities

Bring your syllabus! In this hands-on workshop, participants will use Word's compatibility checker to find errors in their syllabus that prevent it from being accessible to all readers.


Managing Your Grade Center in eLearning

For instructors of all course modalities

In this session, attendees can learn more about how to use the Grade Center in eLearning. Information will be given on how to create calculated columns (totals and weighted totals), how to utilize categories, and how to manage other aspects of the Grade Center.


Sway - An Alternative to PowerPoint

For instructors of all course modalities

Are you looking for a better way to spice up your presentations? Then this 30 minute introduction to Sway may be the answer. Sway is Office 365's online app for creating and sharing interactive presentations. It offers a built-in design sngine that easily incorporates everything from basic text to rich media.


Zombie Survival Skills for Group Projects

For instructors of all course modalities

Most students are terrified of group projects, and most people are kind of afraid of a zombie apocalpyse. Let's put the skills we've learned from popular zombie TV shows and movies and think about survival strategies for group projects. When running from zombies, and when working in groups, the goal is the same: survival. In every zombie movie the group delegates tasks and works together. The focus shifts from just the end result (survival) to the group's skill set and how to best use their brains be3fore they become snacks. In this workshop, we'll look at how to design group projects focusing on delegation and teamwork.


Regis​ter for a Workshop
Gloucester