Date: December 3, 2020
Time: 12:00 am - 12:00 am
Location: Online

As part of the Center for Middle Eastern StudiesVirtual Lessons Learned Series, Onur Kadir Ural will discuss using Google Docs as a language teaching tool in online classes in collaboration with Zoom, Teams, and other synchronous and asynchronous learning management systems.

Some of the main features to be introduced in this webinar are:

– Whiteboard function
– Collaboration (share) function
– Checking student progress function
– Version history function
– Inserting pictures and drawings function

This event is hosted by CMES (Center for Middle Eastern Studies in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Arizona) and cosponsored by CERCLL and MENAS.

During the registration process, participants can request a certificate of attendance for participating in the live event.

See event flyer here.


Onur Kadir Ural is a PhD candidate in the Second Language Acquisition and Teaching Program and second year Turkish language instructor at the University of Arizona. He received his BA in English Language Teaching from Cukurova University. He served as an English teacher and then a lecturer at Altinbaş University and Medeniyet University. Shortly thereafter he was a Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant in Turkish at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He brings a wide array of teaching experience into his PhD program and has a strong focus on integrating computer technology into his teaching. His most recent publication is “Using Gboard in language learning settings,” in the English as a Foreign Language Magazine on-line this year.

Registration is required before 4pm MST (UTC-7) on 12/2. Register here.

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