New Media & Extended Learning and our partners offer a variety of ways to help get faculty up and running with the University's Enterprise Learning Management System. Please click on a link below or scroll down to learn about our training offerings.
Open Labs are an opportunity to work on your section in UNM Learn and receive help as you need it. Lab computers will be available and UNM Learn trainers and support staff will be available to answer questions. Pre-registration is not required. To see a list of upcoming UNM Learn Open Lab sessions, please go to this site, http://learnaboutlearn.unm.edu/training. You can also contact UNM Learn Tech Support for assistance at http://fastinfo.unm.edu or 505.277.0857. You might also be interested in reviewing available documentation online: http://online.unm.edu/help/learn/faculty/getting-started/index.html.
This 3-hour workshop introduces participants to the UNM Learn interface and tool sets. Pre-registration is required. Participants will first explore a sample course and then begin creating one of their own courses in UNM Learn. During this session, participants learn the key skills necessary to begin designing a course in UNM Learn. Participants will add tools to their course, upload a syllabus, and create and organize content items and files. This workshop is a great way for designers to get a "jump start" on their course design and gain the foundational knowledge for more advanced tasks. To see a list of upcoming UNM Learn Open Lab sessions, please go to this site, http://newmedia.unm.edu/initiatives-projects/nextgenlms/unm-learn-training-schedule.html.
New Media & Extended Learning collaborates with the Center for Teaching Excellence (CTE - formerly OSET) for several yearly training sessions. Please see their web site for details.
For information on training available at the branch campuses, please contact the following: