Trainings and Workshops

Weekly Workshops

We are beginning to offer quarterly trainings on some of the main technology featured in our classrooms in and around campus. Topics will focus on Content Capture, Web Conferencing and Classroom AV Best Practices. They will be held near the start of each academic quarter to help prepare our faculty, staff and students to better utilize classroom technology in an efficient manner. 

Watch Online - UCSF ONLY

Catalog of Live Links 
Please note: the link will not populate for upcoming sessions until the day before the event is set to take place. 

 

Classroom Technology A to V

May 4 - HSW-300 1:30 to 3 p.m.

Overview of what you need to know before presenting and using any of the ETS classroom spaces. We will review technology terminology, best practices for microphone use, content capture, and more! 
View Capture from May 4

Content Capture 101

May 11 - HSW-302 2 to 3:30 p.m.

Overview and breakdown of how ETS automated lecture content capture works. From how to book, how it works, and how you can use it to better your events, classes and meetings. 
View Capture from May 11

Digital Conferencing

May 18 - HSW-302 1:30 to 3 p.m.

With the wide range of digital conferencing tools at your disposal, the buttons may look different, but the best practices are the same. Come to learn a general overview of conferencing with technology and learn the tools to succeed, no matter the platform.
note: This is not a demo of specific software or platform, but an overarching approach to the skills needed to be successful on any platform.
View Capture Here at 1:30 p.m.  UCSF Only

Digital Conferencing WORKSHOP

May 25 - HSW-300 2 to 4 p.m.

Come learn about Webex and Built-in Video Conferencing options at UCSF. We will break up into two groups and practice connecting to rooms, bridges and starting Webex events in ETS spaces. Make sure to bring your laptop's!
NOTE: No Live Stream or Capture for this event
Registration is required for May 25th, due to space limitations. Please email Benjamin.Wallen@ucsf.edu to inquire about spaces left.