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Digital Lab/ATS Workshops Fall 2016


This session will cover Apple’s basic video editing program from uploading videos, subtitles and ordering video to exporting a finished video product. Presented by the Clark Library Digital Lab. 

Moodle Grade Book

Faculty are invited to attend this working session, which will focus on best practices for converting a syllabus grading scheme into a Moodle grade book. Participants can bring syllabus and leave with a complete gradebook that tracks student grades throughout the semester. Presented by Academic Technology Services.

Using a Digital Camera

Learn how become the expert of your Digital Camera, beginning with the basics of operation in this workshops. Presented by the Clark Library Digital Lab.


This session covers the basic operations of illustrator to begin the process of creating graphics such as posters and web graphics. Presented by the Clark Library Digital Lab.


This session covers the basics operations of Adobe’s InDesign to be used to create posters, magazines, newspapers and books and many other types of designs. Presented by the Clark Library Digital Lab.

Introduction to 3D Printing

This session introduces participants to 3D printing using the lab’s Makerbot Mini printer. Presented by the Clark Library Digital Lab.

Presentation Design

This session will go over how to design a professional and engaging PowerPoint Presentation for any occasion. Presented by the Clark Library Digital Lab.


This session covers the basic of operating Adobe’s Photoshop, from importing images to basic enhancements and simple edits to create a finished polished photograph. Presented by the Clark Library Digital Lab.


This session cover the basic of editing a photograph in Adobe’s Lightroom platform from importing an image to the basic tool to quickly enhance a photograph to create a polished final photograph. Presented by the Clark Library Digital Lab.


Find out how to use VoiceThread, which is integrated into Moodle, to add meaning and rich feedback on student assignments, or create a multimedia collaboration space for group projects. Presented by Academic Technology Services.

Moodle Quizzing

Interested in freeing up class time by moving quizzes online? Workshop attendees will learn how to create question banks and quizzes for online assessment.  Presented by Academic Technology Services.

Academic Media Creation

Learn how Academic Technology Service’s (ATS) On the Bluff Studios student production group can aid faculty in creating multimedia audio, video, and graphic design projects.

Creating Video Lectures

Learn how to use CaptureSpace (integrated directly into both Moodle and MediaSpace) to easily capture, upload and share video lectures, presentations and screencasts.  Presented by Academic Technology Services.

TurnitIn for Writing and Feedback

ATS is pleased to welcome guest trainer Micah Aarons from Turnitin. This workshop will cover basics of setting up a TurnitIn assignment and rubric within Moodle. Learn how to view and interpret the originality report, how to use quickmarking, voice commenting, and comment sets in GradeMark for feedback and to engage students in writing.

Teaching with Technology Workshop Series

  • New Technologies for Feedback - September 8, 2016 at 3 p.m. in the Clark Library Digital Lab.  Hosted by Academic Technology Services with presentations by Pat Thompson, School of Education, and Dr. Susan Stillwell, Associate Dean of Graduate Education in the School of Nursing.  
  • Media Creation for Academic Settings - October 5, 2016 at 2 p.m. in the Clark Library Digital Lab.  Hosted by Academic Technology Services with presentations by On the Bluff Studios.