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Workshop Recordings

Workshop Recordings

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Watch or re-watch a webinar recording.

If you're looking for a keynote recording, see our Keynote Recordings page.

New: all the resources shared from previous Teaching & Learning Centre events are available in a Wakelet space: https://wakelet.com/@Seneca_TandLC_Events.

Learn@Seneca Workshop Recordings

Learn@Seneca Essentials

Prepare your Learn@Seneca course(s) to meet the minimum requirements. We introduce you to the Grade Centre and review the most common features of Learn@Seneca you can use to organize your course(s) and help students learn.

Learn@Seneca Essentials webinar (Jan. 2022) – recorded at New Faculty Orientation on Jan. 6, 2022

Learn@Seneca webinar (Aug. 2021) – recorded at New Faculty Orientation on Aug. 30, 2021


Learn@Seneca: Beyond the Basics

This three-session series of workshops goes beyond the Learn@Seneca basics to explore assessments, communication tools, and course materials in Learn@Seneca. Each session took place synchronously and includes live demonstrations and Q&A. This series of workshops also provides tips for teaching more effectively with Learn@Seneca.

Please note: It would be best if you are familiar with the Learn@Seneca Essentials (and how to meet the minimum requirements) before exploring the Learn@Seneca: Beyond the Basics content.

Learn@Seneca: Beyond the Basics - Session 1 – topics include organizing content, creating learning modules, and wikis

Learn@Seneca: Beyond the Basics - Session 2 – topics include tests, assignments, and rubrics

Learn@Seneca: Beyond the Basics - Session 3 – topics include groups and the grade centre


Adobe Spark

Adobe Spark is an easy-to-use tool that can be used for creating slideshow videos, web pages, or posters for your teaching. This webinar provides an introduction to the three tools in Spark: video, pages, and post.

This webinar includes examples and demonstrations of how to create Adobe Spark Videos, Web Pages, and Web Posters.

Adobe Spark Webinar

Adobe Spark workshop recording from the Teaching & Learning Summer Conference 2021



H5P is a tool that gives you the ability to create interactive learning content to embed in Learn@Seneca, or on a web page. You can use H5P to enhance many types of learning experiences: a form wizard that helps students plan out every step of their project; an interactive video to encourage engagement during viewing; self-directed quizzes; image hotspots to explore a graphic more thoroughly; interactive presentations that include self-assessment and opportunities to reflect; and more.

Please note: H5P does not connect to Grade Centre, therefore cannot be used for graded online assessments. H5P is more for self-directed, formative assessments, reflection, and activities.

This webinar includes examples and demonstration of how to use H5P (via eCampusOntario H5P Studio) to create and share online learning activities.

H5P Webinar 



Screencasting is the process of recording your computer screen usually while using voice narration. This can be a useful tool for quickly demonstrating a process to your students, such as how to use an online program, how to find something in your Learn@Seneca course, or how to troubleshoot an online issue.

This webinar demonstrated tools for Mac or Windows computers.

It includes examples and demonstrations of how to use Loom, Screencast-o-matic, and Quicktime.

Screencasting Webinar


Getting Started with Blackboard Ally

Discover what Blackboard Ally is all about and what it can do for you and your students. This session provides an overview of the Blackboard Ally accessibility tool, and demonstrates how it can be used in your courses.

Getting Started with Blackboard Ally – Oct. 2020


Adobe Premiere Rush

Adobe Premiere Rush is an entry-level video editing tool and is available in the Adobe Creative Cloud suite of applications.

Adobe Premiere Rush Bootcamp recording from Seneca's Adobe Creative Jam for Faculty on March 2, 2021

Create engaging videos on your mobile device with Adobe Premiere Rush workshop recording from the Teaching & Learning Summer Conference 2021


Using Zoom for Online Classes

Zoom was recently added to the growing list of options for our online synchronous classes. This webinar highlights some Zoom features to enhance our online classroom experience, including live transcription, pre-assigning breakout groups, create reusable polls in advance, Learn@Seneca integration, and more.

Webinar outline: Using Zoom for Online Classes Webinar Outline (PDF)



Using BigBlueButton for Online Classes

BigBlueButton is a web conferencing tool, integrated into Learn@Seneca, and designed specifically for synchronous online teaching. This webinar walks participants through the many features in BigBlueButton and how they might be used to optimize student engagement and learning.

Webinar outline: Using BigBlueButton for Online Classes Webinar Outline (PDF)

Recording: Using BigBlueButton for Online Classes (May 2021)


Using Microsoft Teams for Online Classes

On your Mark, Get Set, Go Microsoft Teams!

Come join our team and learn the basics for Microsoft Teams. We cover some basics on how to create your team, how students can join the team, how you can manage the team, how to share content, and work your way through the meeting controls. Lastly, we discuss the reasons that makes Microsoft Teams different from other synchronous classroom options.

Recording: Using Microsoft Teams for Online Classes (June 2021)


Using Webex for Online Classes

Using Webex for Connectivity and Productivity

Webex is a long-serving web conferencing tool available for use at Seneca, and has a wide range of features that facilitate online collaboration and teaching. This webinar will demonstrate these features (such as polling, breakout rooms, recording, and more), and show participants some of the ways in which they can be used to optimize online experiences.

Webinar outline: Using Webex for Online Classes Webinar Outline (PDF) 

Recording: Using Webex for Online Classes (June 2021) 



Mentimeter allows you to build interactive presentations with an easy-to-use online editor.

Mentimeter information in the Educational Technology Tool Finder.

Mentimeter Tech Crawl at Advancing Learning 2021 recorded in June 2021 – this video provides a 10-minute overview of Mentimeter

Mentimeter Training for Seneca recorded in October 2020

During this session, we cover:

  • A recap of Mentimeter's impact on education and how it can further enhance the teaching and learning experiences
  • Revisit the platform and have an overview of the different options, if needed
  • How to utilize Mentimeter for various needs, such as:
    • Overall student engagement online
    • How to check the students' well-being, knowledge and understanding in a safe and inclusive way
    • How to get better insights and feedback from the students and to continuously assess, evaluate and improve your own teaching approaches and the overall learning process

Mentimeter Magic workshop recorded at Micro-teaching Sessions in October 2021


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