New for the 2012-2013 Academic Year, the staff of the ETG (Educational Technology Group) and the AHRC (Arts & Humanities Resource Center) are offering a variety of faculty workshops focusing on tools to support current trends and techniques of electronic pedagogy.
Faculty can register for the sessions by visiting the Workshop Website at http://bit.ly/x9Ibgq.
|3-October11:30 – 1:003:00 – 4:30||Designing activities and presentations with Prezi||Prezi is a cloud-based presentation software that allows for the creation of engaging, non-linear presentations as well as collaborative, real-time editing. In this session we will explore, hands-on, the use of Prezi for presentations, mind-mapping, and collaboration.Presenter: JoAnn Gonzalez-Major|
|10-October11:00 – 12:303:00 – 4:30||Using Adobe Acrobat Pro to Provide Feedback to Students and Peers||Adobe Acrobat Professional that can be utilized to provide feedback, in particular audio and commenting, to students and peers. In this workshop we will explore the various comment features available within Adobe Acrobat Professional. (Demonstration and hands-on)Presenter: Amanda Albright|
|17-October11:30 – 1:003:00 – 4:30||Creating GeoLocative activities with ARIS||ARIS, an augmented reality, geolocative platform, that allows users to create mobile tours and interactive stories for iOS devices (iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touch). This workshop will provide faculty with hands-on introduction to ARIS and a discussion on how it can be integrated into teaching and learning.
Presenter: Amanda Albright
|31-October11:30 – 1:003:00 – 4:30||Exploring iPad Apps||Join your peers in conversation and demonstrations around iPad apps for annotating electronic resources. A combination of free and fee for apps will be discussed. Bring your questions, experiences, and favorite annotation app to share.Facilitators: Amanda Albright and JoAnn Gonzalez-Major|
|7-November11:30 – 1:003:00 – 4:30||Teaching with VoiceThread||VoiceThread in a cloud application that allows users to add voice annotation to an artifact such as a document, a presentation, a video, or photos. Participants can then add comments by means of microphone, webcam, keyboard, or telephone. In this workshop, participants will engage in commenting on and creating a VoiceThread.Presenter: Amanda Albright|
|14-November11:30 – 1:003:00 – 4:30||Creating WordPress sites||WordPress is an institutionally supported, open-source blogging and web-publishing platform. In this workshop, participants will gain the practical, hands-on experience necessary to get started with your own WordPress site. Information about requesting a WordPress site two-weeks prior to the workshop.Presenter: JoAnn Gonzalez-Major|