Friday February 22, 2013 from 2-3 p.m. in MRH (SOLES) 135 Are you interested in getting your students more engaged in what’s going on in the world? Fall of 2012 was a test semester for Parlor, an online social reading tool that Continue reading
Sympodiums & Document Cameras Friday, January 25, 2013, 2 – 3 p.m. in Serra Hall 155 Jack Pope, Ph.D, Professor of Mathematics, will show ways to leverage USD’s classroom technologies. The focus of this Tech Talk will be on using Continue reading
Friday, November 30, from 2-3 p.m. in MRH (SOLES) 135 The following description has been provided by our presenter, Dr. Larry Hinman : Qualtrics is a powerful and very easy to use survey tool that can, I think, allow the voices of Continue reading
Interesting article from Michigan State University on how twitter improves student learning! http://news.msu.edu/story/beyond-beiber-twitter-improves-student-learning/
“In a typical instructional setting, slides are projected and students must try to associate what the instructor is saying with the image. It puts a lot of pressure on the student.” Lecture capture, Craig said, takes this pressure away. “With Continue reading
Title: Making Social Network Connections for Research and Teaching Location: MRH 135 (SOLES) Description: Michele Magnin, Ph.D. (Languages and Literatures) will share her innovations using Facebook and oral blogging with Wimba and Matt Zwolinksi, Ph.D. (Philosophy) will discuss the benefits Continue reading
“This is not the only way to approach [blended design] but I am going to suggest that you want to still use the face-to-face time as the central focus of the online time, and look at how you can get Continue reading
“As smartphones become ubiquitous, educators debate how to take advantage of their unique strengths for learning while minimizing their disruptive influence.” Follow this link to read the article.
Title: Tech Talk: Presenting with Prezi Location: MRH 135 (SOLES) Link out: Click here Description: Sam Chung, the Assistant Director in Distance Education for the School of Business Administration’s MSGL (Masters of Science in Global Leadership) program, will provide an Continue reading
Title: Tech Talk: WebCT and the Blackboard Migration-What the Future Holds Location: MRH 145 (The SOLES Bldg.) Link out: Click here Description: Erin Hogan, Ph.D., Visiting Assistant Professor of Languages and Literatures worked this semester using USD’s latest course management Continue reading
Integrating technology into your teaching | Faculty Focus.
Campus Computing Survey results show Blackboard losing market share, mobile computing on the rise | Inside Higher Ed.
Blog U.: 3 Questions for Blackboard at EDUCAUSE 2011 – Technology and Learning – Inside Higher Ed.
Title: Tech Talk: iPads and the Mobile Professor Location: MRH 145 (The SOLES Bldg.) Link out: Click here Description: Kristine Ehrich, Ph.D., Marketing Professor in the School of Business Administration, will share how the iPad is making grading convenient while Continue reading