Category Archive: SoftChalk

Nov 11

Tech Tuesday – SoftChalk

Your UAS Title III team is happy to let you know that we have renewed the SoftChalk license for another year! SoftChalk is a program that lets you build lessons in the form of HTML pages that include navigation and interactive learning activities (popup text, quizzes, interactive images, timelines, and many more). Lessons can be …

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Feb 24

Reminder: Free Webinar Opportunities

UAS maintains a number of site licenses for software that allows faculty to create presentations and interactive learning activities. StudyMate and Softchalk are some of these. Studymate is a Windows program which makes a variety of learning activities: quizzes, flashcards, games, etc. Studymate can be used to review facts, vocabulary and basic concepts. Softchalk is …

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Dec 03

Take the Challenge and Possibly Win a Prize and Recognition!

http://softchalk.com/showcase/challenges-winners/lesson-challenge

Do you have a lesson you’ve created in SoftChalk? Do you have a great idea for creating an interactive lesson in SoftChalk? Competitive in nature? Take the challenge! Enter the 2014 SoftChalk Lesson Challenge and let a panel of educators review your lesson. You could be a winner! For more details, click the “Take the …

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Apr 09

iTeach Sitka is Coming Soon, and It’s Going to ROCK!!

Is your application in for iTeach 2013? Here’s a preview of what we’ll be doing together: Using the latest iPad and sharing the best educational apps Learning about some Google Apps that can enhance your classroom experience Learning some great story-boarding tips and techniques that can be used when designing instruction Creating video tutorials or …

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Mar 28

SoftChalk Learning Page for UAS Faculty

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UAS has a SoftChalk Learning Page for faculty where prior webinars and additional video tutorials are posted. If you missed a webinar or want to review the content again, please visit the page. (Please note – some videos do not play in the Chrome browser.) The following videos are currently available: SoftChalk overview (recorded webinar; 50 …

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Feb 28

Reminder: SoftChalk Webinar March 6!

Join us for an info-packed, hands-on webinar Wednesday, March 6 from 8:30 am – 12:00 pm! You must register prior to March 6 to receive the download files and log on information. How do you do that? View our blog post for all that good information! Image: ©iStockphoto.com/CamiloTorres

Feb 13

Apply For Travel Funds

One of Title III’s most important goals is to contribute to the professional development of our distance faculty in a variety of ways. You have had opportunities to: Attend iTeach Take an online course (Designing and Developing an Online Course) Work with our instructional designers (Kathi Baldwin and Lori Cheezem) Participate in webinars (Softchalk and …

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Feb 12

Hands-On SoftChalk Training

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Join us for an info-packed webinar on March 6 from 8:30 am – 12:00 pm, brought to you free from your Title III team! This three and a half hour webinar will cover the basics of SoftChalk. You will learn how to: Copy from Word into SoftChalk Create navigation in a lesson Insert graphics and …

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Jan 31

More SoftChalk Training!

Did you miss the SoftChalk webinar last week or would you like to review what David Evans showed us in SoftChalk? Wait no longer – the recorded session is now available (link). If you are interested in creating simple, interesting, and interactive content for your students, be sure to watch this recorded hour-long session. Interested in …

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Jan 23

Thank you SoftChalk

Thank you David Evans, SoftChalk, for the excellent overview of SoftChalk. The tool has many new capabilities since we last looked at it. In today’s webinar David demonstrated how to add content, format it, stylize it, add images and add links. He also demonstrated how to create interactive content, including quiz questions. There were some …

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