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Perusall Fall Webinar Series

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If you are a Perusall user, or if you are curious about whether Perusall might be a beneficial tool for you, the following opportunities will be offered this fall. Hit the Webinar registration link if this interests you.

From Perusall:

From Peru to Australia, the Netherlands to California, Perusers are siging up for the Fall Webinar series and up-leveling their Perusall skills. Our community of users, both new and experienced, have gained new insights into the different ways that Perusall can boost their pedagogy. Don’t miss out! Register for one today!

Register here and #FallIntoPerusall: Webinar Registration

Perusall 101

This introductory course is designed to help those who are new to our platform and those looking to brush up on the fundamentals. We will cover course creation, the basics of scoring, grouping and assignment creation. This is the perfect place to start with Perusall. 

Perusall 102

New topics will be covered in each session to give Perusers a chance to get an in-depth look at the many features Perusall offers. Topics will include Peer Review Assignment creation, in-depth scoring analysis and more! This is a great session for boosting your Perusall skills

Instruct the Instructor

The Webinar is the newest in the series, designed for those who are tasked with teaching Perusall to others. We will instruct you on how to teach Perusall like the pros and cover sandbox course creation, FAQ’s, how to troubleshoot common LMS issues and more!

Upcoming workshops

All events are held in Zoom. Refer to your email for the Zoom information.


Tuesday, Dec. 1 from 10:00am–11:30am
Moodle: Demystifying the Gradebook [more info] (Jedidiah Rex)

Tuesday, Dec. 8 from 10:00am–11:00am
What goes on in your breakout rooms? [more info] (Matthew Arau, Scott Corry, Alyssa Hakes, Andrew Sage)

Wednesday, Dec. 9 from 10:00am–11:00am
Using Perusall for Social Reading Engagement [more info] (Scott Corry, Lori Hilt, Amy Nottingham-Martin)

Thursday, Dec. 10 from 10:00am–11:00am
Using the OneNote Class Notebook [more info] (Margaret Koker)


Wednesday, Dec. 2 from 9:00am–12:00pm
Antiracism and Poor Economics [more info] (Kimberly Barrett, Ameya Balsekar, Garth Bond, Kate Zoromski)
This event is part of the FRST Symposium but is open to all faculty

Thursday, Dec. 3 from 11:10am–12:20pm
Discussion as a Way of Teaching [more info] (Stephen Brookfield)
This event is part of the FRST Symposium but is open to all faculty
Register here to receive the Zoom information

Thursday, Dec. 3 from 1:00pm–4:00pm
What (if anything) did we learn in the fall? [more info] (Brittany Bell, Erin Buenzli, Pete Gilbert, Linda Morgan-Clement, Monita Mohammadian Gray, Martyn Smith)
This event is part of the FRST Symposium but is open to all faculty