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Dec 04

How To Use Webex 101 for End Users

December 4 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Dec 11

Advanced Webex

December 11 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Dec 14

Webex for Education

December 14 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Dec 18

How To Use Webex 101 for End Users

December 18 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

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Online Training  Recorded Training

If you were unable to attend a workshop, or want to review, you can watch any recorded workshop at your convenience. The recordings below are from IDC workshops that focus on instructional technologies that can be used in either face-to-face, hybrid or online courses.

Exploring Open Educational Resources (OER) in Canvas Commons

This workshop will provide an overview of Canvas Commons and Open Educational Resources (OER) and how you can implement them in your courses to reduce the cost of course materials. We will focus on the Canvas LMS Commons, which is a repository that includes OER course materials that can be easily imported into your Canvas courses as entire courses, modules, assignments, quizzes and other learning objects. Learn how to access the Canvas Commons to search for materials and import them into your Canvas courses, and learn how to upload and share your own materials if you choose (optional!). Co-sponsored by the FRC, Potter Library, and IDC in partnership with the OER Task Force.

Presenters: Sam Wittenberg, Hilary Westgate, and Michael Bitz

Date: 11/10/20
DURATION: 0:47:45
Watch Video – password: vB4ZcJpn
OER at Ramapo Lib Guide

Set Up A Turnitin Assignment in Canvas

Turnitin Feedback Studio is an excellent resource for combating plagiarism. It is also thoroughly compatible with Canvas. This workshop will guide instructors on how to establish Turnitin assignments within Canvas, and demonstrate the benefits of using these powerful instructional tools.

Presenter: Michael Bitz

Date: 11/5/20
DURATION: 0:49:32
Watch Video – password: xPTUNCn2

Getting Started with Qualtrics Online Surveys

Create your Qualtrics account and get an overview of Qualtrics so you can begin your first survey. Learn about the available question types, survey options, methods of distributing your survey, and viewing survey reports.

Presenter: Trish Williams

Date: 10/29/20
DURATION: 0:55:07
Watch Video – password: 85pJPBRt

Webex Meetings: Breakout Sessions

Presenter: Salina Neuhaus & Elizabeth Fitzgerald

Date: 10/21/20
DURATION: 0:44:00
Watch Recording – password: Ramapo2020
Slides on Best Practices & Resources

Canvas/Webex Integration Features

Presenter: Salina Neuhaus

Date: 10/21/20
DURATION: 0:46:00
Watch Recording – password: Ramapo2020

Webex Events

Presenter: Salina Neuhaus

Date: 10/21/20
DURATION: 0:27:00
Watch Recording – password: Ramapo2020

Webex Teams

Presenter: Salina Neuhaus

Date: 10/21/20
DURATION: 0:35:00
Watch Recording – password: Ramapo2020

Collaborating with Google Docs, Slides, and Drive

Google Docs is part of the G Suite of applications included with Gmail. This workshop will focus on the Google Docs text editor, where you will get hands-on experience creating, and editing a document with others. Google Slides will also be demonstrated for creating and sharing slideshow presentations. Learn how to find and manage Docs and Slides on your Google Drive. Learn how to upload and share files and folders to your Google Drive.

Presenter: Trish Williams

Date: 10/15/20
DURATION: 0:55:07
Watch Video – password: Kjhs3M5f

Cybersecurity Awareness

Cyber crime has become a multi-billion dollar industry and many cyber crimes can be avoided by following safe computing practices. Learn valuable techniques to help protect your data, identity and avoid online fraud. Topics covered include:

  • Password best practices
  • Identifying fraudulent emails
  • Safe web browsing
  • Social media safety
  • Virus protection
  • Backing up your data

Presenter: Trish Williams

Date: 10/13/20
DURATION: 0:39:35
Watch Video – password: rUV4Jhsk
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Record and Share Your Lectures with TechSmith Knowmia

Presenter: Trish Williams

This session will introduce you to the capabilities of the newest version of TechSmith Knowmia (formerly called Relay) to record lectures and presentations that can be shared with students. Capture everything that you can display on a computer screen, including PowerPoint presentations, and interactions with software or web sites. Along with the video from the computer screen, record your voice and other audio, and optionally your face with a webcam. The simplicity of Knowmia makes it easy to record, publish and share your videos. Knowmia allows you to add quiz questions to your videos, as well. Relay is available for students to use as well for recording presentations.

Date: 9/24/20
DURATION: 0:38:07
Watch Video – password: QwY4M4nJ

Creating Quizzes in Canvas

Instructors can create quizzes, midterms, and final exams through Canvas. This workshop introduces how to set the details of a quiz, add a variety of questions, and make accommodations for students with OSS accommodations.

Presenter: Michael Bitz

Date: 9/22/20
DURATION: 0:55:55
Watch Video – password: pQEtFGY5

Creating Assignments and Using the Gradebook in Canvas

Canvas enables instructors to present assignments, view submitted student work, and provide feedback in an effective and efficient manner. This workshop covers how to create a new Assignment, set due dates and other criteria, and use the Canvas grading and gradebook systems.

Presenter: Michael Bitz

Date: 9/17/20
DURATION: 0:57:52
Watch Video – password: Ug7cpxGy

Poll Everywhere, Flipgrid, and other Exciting Technologies for the Virtual Classroom

This workshop presents some of the latest technologies to help increase student engagement in a virtual classroom. Participants will practice using free, web-based tools that can be incorporated into courses as activities, assignments, and reflections. The workshop will also demonstrate how to embed or link these tools into Canvas.

Presenter: Michael Bitz

Date: 9/15/20
DURATION: 0:53:13
Watch Video – password: xXfCXMz5

Get Up and Running in Canvas in One Hour

Learn the basics of using Canvas for your course, such as navigating the platform, uploading files, adding website links, and embedding multimedia elements onto your course page. An introduction to the quiz and gradebook functions will also be provided. This course is highly recommended for all faculty.

Presenter: Michael Bitz

Date: 9/8/20
DURATION: 1:06:34
Watch Video – password: PjuKYEn2

Proctoring Exams with Respondus

Respondus is a proctoring system integrated into Canvas for the purpose of proctoring online exams. This workshop introduces how to use Respondus Lockdown Browser and Monitor, tips for success, and pitfalls to avoid.

Presenter: Julie Fitzgerald
Date: 8/27/20
DURATION: 0:48:26
Watch Video – Password: fMminbM4

Creating Exams in Canvas

Instructors can create quizzes, midterms, and final exams through Canvas. This workshop introduces how to set the details of a quiz, add a variety of questions, and make accommodations for students with OSS accommodations.

Presenter: Michael Bitz
Date: 8/27/20
DURATION: 1:00:40
Watch Video – Password: 2WrtX4tk

Creating Canvas Assignments with Dynamic Tools and Resources

Canvas enables instructors to create engaging assignments with third-party applications that integrate with the Canvas LMS. This workshop focuses on how to create a Canvas assignment with tools like FlipGrid, TechSmith Knowmia (formerly Relay), as well as embed multimedia elements into Canvas Discussions.

Presenter: Tammi Redd
Date: 8/26/20
DURATION: 47:29
Watch Video – Password: RfrnU7pf

Using Canvas Discussion Forums

Discussions in Canvas are a great tool for students to share their ideas and reflect on each other’s posts. This workshop highlights how to create a new Discussion, reply to student posts, and incorporate multimedia into the forums.

Presenter: Michael Bitz
Date: 8/26/20
DURATION: 51:36
Watch Video – Password: 6wZPrPPx

Outcomes and Rubrics in Canvas

Canvas enables instructors to track student performance across learning outcomes designated for the course. This workshop highlights how to set up the learning outcomes, build rubrics based on those outcomes, and view the Learning Mastery system in Canvas.

Presenter: Michael Bitz
Date: 8/25/20
DURATION: 1:05:31
Watch Video – Password: iPM7MJSp

Creating Assignments in Canvas

Unfortunately, this workshop did not get recorded. Please watch the recording of this topic from the 6/11/20 date on assignments.

Canvas is a powerful tool for increasing student engagement with innovative assignments and interactive discussion forums. This workshop focuses on best practices for creating assignments, providing feedback, and organizing grades. Participants will view sample assignments and explore a range of feedback options. We will also examine the simple process for creating discussion forums to promote community and engagement in your course.

Presenter: Michael Bitz
Date: 6/11/20
DURATION: 0:56:14
Watch Video – Password: fJPHxX38

Using Canvas Pages to Organize Your Course

The Pages tool in Canvas offers a dynamic and visually appealing way to present your content. This workshop covers how to create a course Front Page, upload and embed images and video, and build an entire course through the Pages functions.

Presenter: Sharon Leathers
Date: 8/24/20
Duration: 1:03:22
Watch Video – Password: pPNbXJ7T

Using Canvas Modules to Organize Your Course

Modules are the basic building blocks for course content in Canvas. This workshop covers how to create a new module, add content to the module, and organize the content that you upload.

Presenter: Michael Bitz
Date: 8/24/20
DURATION:1:00:23
Watch Video – Password: BuyMykE2

Delivering Online Exams with Canvas Quizzes

Canvas can be a great resource for delivering online exams. This workshop focuses on creating quizzes, the variety of available question types, and feedback options. Participants will view sample quizzes and practice creating a quiz of their own. We will all introduce the Respondus LockDown Browser and Monitor systems to prevent cheating during online exams.

Presenter: Michael Bitz
Date: 6/25/20
DURATION: 1:08:34
Watch Video – Password: mYScncu5

Record and Share Your Lectures with TechSmith Knowmia (formerly called Relay)

This session will introduce you to the capabilities of the newest version of TechSmith Knowmia (formerly called Relay) to record lectures and presentations that can be shared with students. Capture everything that you can display on a computer screen, including PowerPoint presentations, and interactions with software or web sites. Along with the video from the computer screen, record your voice and other audio, and optionally your face with a webcam. The simplicity of Knowmia makes it easy to record, publish and share your videos. Knowmia allows you to add quiz questions to your videos, as well. Knowmia is installed in classrooms on all PC teaching stations. Knowmia is available for students to use as well.

Presenter: Trish Williams
View Slides
Date: 6/16/20
DURATION: 00:51:44
Watch Video – Password: 3HqnFmtz

Increasing Student Engagement with Canvas: Assignments, Discussions, and More

Canvas is a powerful tool for increasing student engagement with innovative assignments and interactive discussion forums. This workshop focuses on best practices for creating assignments, providing feedback, and organizing grades. Participants will view sample assignments and explore a range of feedback options. We will also examine the simple process for creating discussion forums to promote community and engagement in your course.

Presenter: Michael Bitz
Date: 6/11/20
DURATION: 0:56:14
Watch Video – Password: fJPHxX38

Organizing Your Course with Canvas: Focus on Pages and Modules

Canvas courses are structured on Modules and Pages as the modes for delivering content, assignments, and more. This workshop focuses on how to use Modules and Pages to structure a course. Participants will view examples from a current course and explore the different ways in which Modules and Pages can be used to successfully manage a course through Canvas.

Presenter: Michael Bitz
Date: 6/4/20
DURATION: 0:57:00
Watch Video – Password: cGB3iH6E

Best Practices for Remote Learning

This workshop presents best practices from research and faculty experience for teaching online courses. Topics include synchronous vs. asynchronous course delivery, course management, student engagement, forums and chats, projects and research, and assessment.
Presenter: Michael Bitz

Date: 6/2/20
DURATION: 01:10:26
Watch Video – Password: hVb5dvyM

Date: 3/24/20
DURATION: 0:56:02
Watch Video – password: Ng3ZrpYg
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Faculty Conference: Fabulous Faculty Creating Active and Effective Teaching and Learning Experiences

This two-day remote event aims to inspire and support faculty members wishing to learn about effective remote teaching. Day 1 will feature discussions regarding effective course design, including assessment, content delivery, teaching and learning activities, and student engagement. Day 1 will end with a special discussion about teaching lab courses remotely. On Day 2, faculty colleagues will showcase best practices and share their successes with engaging assignments, useful ways to deliver content, and effective methods for building community. Day 2 will end with separate focus groups devoted to fieldwork and studio classes.The sessions will be moderated by Lysandra Perez-Strumolo, Tammi Redd, and Michael Bitz along with additional faculty colleagues who will share their experiences with remote teaching and learning.

Date: 5/18/20-5/19/20

Situational Factors and Measuring Student Progress in Remote Learning Environments
Panelists: Lysandra Perez-Strumolo, Michael Bitz, Tammi Redd – Slides
Watch Video – password: HgPKqrR3
DURATION: 01:54:25

Content Delivery: Effective Teaching and Learning Activities for Engaging Students with Course Material
Panelist: Jeremy Teigen – Slides
Watch Video – password: RwJQpBk6
DURATION: 01:27:33

Science Lab Focus Group
Moderator: Sarah Carberry – Slides
Watch Video – password: bTBJWgA7
DURATION: 01:05:12

Engaging Online Assignments and Assessment Strategies
Panelists/Slides: Julie Fitzgerald (slides), Ann Lepore (slides), Nikhil Varma (slides) Reba Wissner (slides)
Watch Video – password: vCpYK43c
DURATION: 00:59:18

Engaging Ways to Deliver Content
Panelists/Slides: Martha Ecker, Karl Johnson, Ben Neill
Watch Video – password: 33Vkku3J
DURATION: 00:49:57

Building Online Community
Panelists/Slides: Christina Chung (slides), Julie Fitzgerald (slides), Colleen Martinez (slides)
Watch Video – password: sWRNBBS3
DURATION: 00:58:57

Fieldwork and Field Course Focus Group
Moderator: Lysandra Perez-Strumolo
Watch Video – password: gXptZD2h
DURATION: 00:57:02

Hands-on Canvas

This workshop will give participants the opportunity to explore how to use Canvas while building their courses within the system. We will cover options for account and course-level settings, structuring a course with Modules and Pages, uploading and importing content, creating assignments, grading student work, and providing feedback. Participants will be able to work on their own courses as the presenter leads through examples. IDC staff and student aides will be on hand to assist individuals each step of the way.

Presenter: Michael Bitz

Date: 5/13/20
DURATION: 02:41:48
Watch Video – password: qVc2Xkj7

Date: 5/5/20
DURATION: 02:29:24
Watch Video – password: AeQAm6yn

Date: 4/16/20
DURATION: 01:36:20
Watch Video – password: 3Jipsznr

Import Course Content into Your Canvas Course Shell

Instructors will learn how to import existing course content into a blank Canvas course. Topics will include importing from Moodle, importing from another Canvas course, and uploading content from a computer.

Presenter: Ray Fallon
Date: 6/17/20
DURATION: 00:46:49
Watch Video (Part 1) – password: yQngCwj6
Watch Video (Part 2) – password: GkA5eE3u

Presenters: Michael Bitz & Karl Johnson
Date: 4/30/20
DURATION: 00:49:59
Watch Video – password: aJtDGe2b

Making Accommodations for Students in Canvas and Moodle

This workshop will share best practices for making testing and assignment accommodations for students with special needs. Participants will learn best practices for making accommodations, followed by detailed instructions on how to adjust assignment and quiz settings in Canvas and Moodle. Participants will be able to practice making changes within their own courses and ask questions related to their specific course circumstances.

Presenters: Michael Bitz & Missy Long

Date: 4/7/20
DURATION: 0:53:13
Watch Video – password: Bvk7PDKH

Record and Share Your Lectures with TechSmith Relay

This session will introduce you to the capabilities of the newest version of TechSmith Relay to record lectures and presentations that can be shared with students. Capture everything that you can display on a computer screen, including PowerPoint presentations, and interactions with software or web sites. Along with the video from the computer screen, record your voice and other audio, and optionally your face with a webcam. The simplicity of Relay makes it easy to record, publish and share your videos. Relay allows you to add quiz questions to your videos, as well. Relay is installed in classrooms on all PC teaching stations. Relay is available for students to use as well.

Presenter: Michael Bitz

Date: 3/19/20
DURATION: 0:48:05
Watch Video – password: nDk2WYVb

Conduct Virtual Class Sessions and Office Hours Remotely Through Webex

Webex is a powerful teaching and conferencing platform that enables instructors to conduct live online classes and office hours. This workshop will introduce the basics of Webex and demonstrate its tools, including chat, screenshare, polling, and more. Webex is an ideal platform for synchronous learning for online and hybrid courses, and it makes for a great way to hold class even on snow days.

Presenter: Trish Williams

View Slides

Date: 6/23/20
DURATION: 00:58:31
Watch Video – Password: cYxacmW3

Canvas Course Development - Canvas Trainer

Come and learn how to get started with Canvas! A Canvas Trainer will be onsite to work with instructors and answer your questions as we continue to roll out Canvas to our faculty and students!  This will be a hands-on session in a PC computer lab where you will be working on developing your course. Recommended for Faculty.

Presented by Kenneth Rogers, Canvas Trainer, January 8, 2020.

Watch Video – Part 1, DURATION: 2:20:10

Timeline:
0:0:00 Getting Started;
0:10:42 Global Navigation;
0:21:36 Courses;
0:26:30 Modules;
0:30:33 Adding a file to a Module;
0:37:20 Adding external URLs to Module;
0:40:23 Creating an assignment;
0:54:53 Creating turnitin assignment;
0:57:13 Adding a quiz to a Module;
1:20:10 Adding a discussion to a Module;
1:27:40 Adding text headers to a Module;
1:30:12 Moving and adjusting Module components;
1:40:45 Pages;
1:53:03 Student View;
2:01:25 Assignment grading rubrics;
2:12:35 Audience Questions

Watch Video – Part 2, DURATION: 1:44:21

Timeline:
0:00:00 IDC Announcement;
0:03:25 Adjusting time on a Quiz;
0:05:45 Recap of Part 1;
0:07:15 More on Quizzes;
0:21:50 Grouping and Weighting Assignments and Quizzes;
0:41:23 Announcements;
0:48:12 Displaying Announcements in Course Page;
0:52:25 Adding Image for Course (Dashboard Course Card Image);
0:55:55 Cleaning up Course Page (Hiding menu items);
1:05:30 Student’s perspective on submitting assignments and quizzes;
1:07:26 Grading Assignments and Quizzes;
1:21:15 Copying content between Canvas courses;
1:23:55 Deleting/Removing content;
1:27:15 Student/Course analytics;
1:28:49 Automated Communication with Students (regarding grades);
1:35:05 Syllabus;
1:40:10 More audience questions

Getting Ready to Teach Summer Online Workshop

This workshop covers all the elements for delivering a successful online course this summer. Using examples from model Moodle course pages, topics include course management, student engagement and participation, forums and chats, projects and research, and assessment. Designed for beginners and experienced online instructors alike. Participants are welcome to bring in examples and ideas from their own online courses. Pedagogy Connection: This workshop provides an in-depth look at strategies and ideas for successful online course implementation.

Presented by Michael Bitz, March 28, 2019
DURATION: 55:21
Watch Movie – Best for viewing on a desktop, laptop computer, or mobile device.

Google Groups for Managing Discussions

Google Groups are quickly becoming a popular tool at Ramapo. A Group provides a web page to manage Group discussions. Group members can start or join discussions by posting a new topic, or responding to posts in your Group. Learn how to participate in a Group discussion, or request a new group.
Presented by Trish Williams, September 25, 2018.
DURATION: 9:02
Watch Movie – Best for viewing on a desktop, laptop computer, or mobile device.

Introduction to Turnitin

Turnitin’s Customer Success Team for support and training present an orientation and overview of Turnitin’s Feedback Studio for instructors. Demonstration of Turnitin assignment creation in Moodle will explain the assignment setting options. Other features of Turnitnin’s Feedback Studio covered include:

  • Viewing the originality check for plagiarism
  • Instructor feedback, such as drag and drop quick marks, customized comments and quick marks, and voice comments
  • Turnitin for iPad app – generate code for instructors, grade offline
  • Rubrics – setup, import, export, free rubrics, sharing rubrics, grading with rubrics
  • Setup of PeerMark for peer review of assignments

Presented by Robert Trent, Turnitin Customer Success Consultant, February 22, 2018
DURATION: 54:01
Watch Movie

Best Practices for Hybrid Teaching Workshop

This workshop presents best practices from research and faculty experience for teaching hybrid courses. Topics include flipping the classroom, course management, student engagement and participation, projects and research, and assessment. Many of these concepts are also applicable to online and classroom-based courses.

Presented by Michael Bitz, November 10, 2016
DURATION: 23:20
Watch Movie – Best for viewing on a desktop, laptop computer, or mobile device.

Get Organized with Google Calendar Workshop

Start the year off right and learn how Google calendar can help you become more organized and productive. Manage all your events and tasks using this online calendar, which you can access from work, home or while traveling, from any computer, tablet or smartphone. Learn how to receive daily agendas and event reminders, and share calendars with others. Google calendar is web-based, so there is no software to install, just login with your Ramapo ID and password.
Presented by Trish Williams, January 22, 2015
DURATION: 47:53
Watch Movie – Best for viewing on a desktop or laptop computer, requires Flash
Watch Movie – Best for viewing on mobile devices that don’t support Flash, such as smart phones and tablets

Transition into Online Teaching Workshop

This session is designed to follow up on some of the issues raised in the first workshop: expectations of audience, organizing course materials, designing assignments and building discussions/forums.

Presented by Jennefer Mazza, April 10, 2013
DURATION: 44:03
Watch Movie – Best for viewing on a desktop or laptop computer, requires Flash
Watch Movie – Best for viewing on mobile devices that don’t support Flash, such as smart phones and tablets

Using Adobe Connect Workshop

Professor Emma Rainforth will demonstrate how she uses Adobe Connect in her classes. Adobe Connect is a web conferencing solution that can be used for online learning, webinars and web meetings. Connect with others in a virtual room that provides video and audio conferencing, as well as other tools for live, interactive sessions. Attendees are encouraged to bring a laptop or mobile device so that we can more fully demonstrate the capabilities of this tool.

Presented by Emma Rainforth, March 5, 2014
Watch Part 1 Movie – Duration: 06:11. Best for viewing on a desktop or laptop computer, requires Flash
Watch Part 2 Movie – Duration: 16:13. Best for viewing on a desktop or laptop computer, requires Flash

Introduction to Zotero Workshop

This workshop will introduce and model the free and open-source reference management application called Zotero that was developed and is maintained by the Center for History and New Media of George Mason University. By managing bibliographic data, storing related research materials (PDFs), and generating footnotes, endnotes, in-text citations or bibliographies with a couple clicks, it takes the drudgery out of the whole task of citation. Participants will also see how Zotero enables browser and word processor integration as well as online syncing.

Presented by Michael Riff, February 20, 2013
DURATION: 33:54
Watch Movie  – Best for viewing on a desktop or laptop computer, requires Flash

New Technology Resources for Every Classroom

This workshop will introduce several free web-based instructional resources that can enhance every classroom on campus. Resources include Poll Everywhere, Lucid Chart, and Aww App.
Presented by Michael Bitz, March 13, 2014
DURATION: 43:49
Watch Movie  – Best for viewing on a desktop or laptop computer, requires Flash
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Prezi: A Better Tool for Presentations

Prezi is a free, web-based platform that enables dynamic visual presentations. This workshop introduces Prezi and shows attendees how to use this simple yet effective tool to facilitate content delivery. For a sample Prezi course introduction from the presenter: http://prezi.com/omu3kleyisl7/soc-context-1/

Presented by Michael Bitz, October 3, 2013
DURATION: 22:24
Watch Movie  – Best for viewing on a desktop or laptop computer, requires Flash
Watch Movie  – Best for viewing on mobile devices that don’t support Flash, such as smart phones and tablets

Smartboard Basics Workshop

This workshop will introduce the basics of teaching with a Smartboard, including set up and implementation. Attendees will have an opportunity to use a Smartboard and work with this simple yet effective tool for enhanced student engagement and interaction.

Presented by Michael Bitz, February 20, 2014
DURATION: 43:57
Watch Movie  – Best for viewing on a desktop or laptop computer, requires Flash
Watch Movie  – Best for viewing on mobile devices that don’t support Flash, such as smart phones and tablets

Introduction to Twitter Workshop

This workshop will explain the basics of what Twitter is all about and how you can get started. Twitter is an online social network that allows you to quickly and immediately send and receive information in 140 characters or less. Learn about sending messages, called “tweets”. Learn about following other twitter accounts (individuals, businesses or organizations), so you can receive news and other information that is of interest to you

Presented by Trish Williams and Michael Dunn, April 3, 2014
DURATION: 54:26
Watch Movie  – Best for viewing on a desktop or laptop computer, requires Flash
Watch Movie  – Best for viewing on mobile devices that don’t support Flash, such as smart phones and tablets