The Instructional Resource Center is happy to offer a variety of workshops, webinars, and other professional learning opportunities.
To accommodate our faculty all over the world, we deliver live sessions at various times and record the sessions for on-demand access.
Have questions or suggestions? Feel free to reach out to our training specialist directly
The AAP community through JHU has an institutional membership with the Online Learning Consortium (OLC), which allows everyone at JHU to take advantage of member benefits and resources including workshops, webinars, mastery series, and certificate programs for the online and blended modalities. The attached Quick Reference Guide lists member benefits and includes account setup instructions. To access member benefits, individuals just need to create an OLC account and associate it with JHU’s institutional membership.
Below is a recorded webinar that Zoom hosted to train new JHU users.
Topic: Johns Hopkins University | Zoom User Training
Faculty have the opportunity to receive free live training and development through online webinars on Zoom technology. Hosted by Zoom experts, these under 60-minute webinars include topics such as Getting Started with Zoom and Zoom Meetings Training. Faculty can register and view upcoming webinars in the Zoom help center.
VoiceThread offers free, live, and interactive workshops for faculty who are interested in learning more about VoiceThread. The sessions are led by VoiceThread’s online educators who cover topics such as “VoiceThread Basics” and “Using VoiceThread for Student Portfolios.” You can find a list and register for their upcoming workshops on their website. VoiceThread also offers an archive of their previously offered workshops and the option to become a VoiceThread Certified Educator.
Using your JHU Panopto account, faculty can register for live webinars hosted by Panopto. Beginners may be interested in topics such as “An Overview and Demo of Panopto.” If you’re looking for assistance with a particular Panopto topic such as “Getting Started: Record A Video,” we suggest reviewing their comprehensive library of video tutorials.