The Lebanese Association for History in collaboration with the Centre for Lebanese Studies at the Lebanese American University is organising a series of workshops divided into 3 modules entitled: "ICT (Information Communication and Technology), E-Learning and Digital Citizenship Workshop: How can History Teachers Use Technology in their Classrooms?". This project is funded by the British Embassy in Lebanon. The projects aims at incapacitating history teachers (from public and private schools) to use technology in their classrooms and their work. The duration of the workshop is 6 months. Interested participants should confirm their attendance to the following email address: email@example.com
Please note that the registration fees per module per person are LBP 30,000.
The workshop will be hosted at the Lebanese American University, Attieh Bldg, 3rd Floor, Room 306 and facilitated in Arabic. On Fridays, the sessions will be held from 04:00 p.m. till 08:00 p.m. while on Saturdays, the sessions will be held from 08:00 a.m. till 12:00 p.m.
The modules are as follows:
Module A: Basics
|Saturday, September 29, 2018|
Session 1: Microsoft Office Word, Advance use (layout and design, referencing and citation, tables and other multimedia
|Saturday, October 06, 2018|
Session 2: Emails (creation and use of emails, writing professional emails, communicating and sharing documents via email …).
|Saturday, October 13, 2018|
Session 3: how to manage my computer (files and documents management, taking care of my computer, best practices …).
Module B: Presentation
|Saturday, November 10, 2018|
Session 1: Microsoft Office PowerPoint and other presentation tools.
|Friday, November 23, 2018|
Session 2: the use of Photos and multimedia (videos, comics, GIFs …)
|Friday, December 07, 2018|
Session 3: Maps, timelines and smart art (creation, manipulation and use)
Module C: Research
|Saturday, January 12, 2018|
Session 1: Online and Academic Research (ethics, credibility, triangulation, plagiarism, sources, quick search …) - Part 1
|Saturday, February 02, 2018|
Session 2: Online and Academic Research (ethics, credibility, triangulation, plagiarism, sources, quick search …) - Part 2
|Saturday, February 23, 2018|
Session 3: Management and Organization of Data (how to store, manage and use the data collected from the research, in addition to citation and referencing