Friday, March 22nd from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. in SOLES 135
During this Tech Talk, you will have the pleasure of hearing two perspectives from faculty participants in the ATS iPad Project who are investigating the possibilities of integrating iPad apps into their courses.
French Culture, History, Civilization, & Writing Made Livelier with iPads
Dr. Michele Magnin, Languages and Literatures
Come and discover some beautiful apps, some specific to French culture and others very useful for any professor in a one-on-one iPad classroom, and how they add to the collaboration and engagement of the students. Some tips, activities for the class, blogs, and apps will be shown.
No Noise. Using the iPad in a Quiet Classroom
Lisa Smith, English
Worried that the iPad is a potential distraction for students who are already seemingly short on attention span? Discover some ways that the iPad can be used in a useful but quiet manner in a traditional reading and writing classroom. Specific apps will be discussed.
Tech Talks are opportunities for USD faculty and staff members to gather for one hour to learn about a teaching technology from other faculty showcasing their innovations. Factors to consider in adopting the technology are discussed. Coffee and biscotti will be provided.