Category Archive: Technology

Jun 02

Tech Tuesday – QR Codes

A QR code (Quick Response) is a readable bar-code that contains more or additional information than you want to have displayed on your web site, presentation, eLearning course, poster or handout. The code can be read using a free app and your phone’s camera. A simple search for QR codes in the app store will …

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May 12

Tech Tuesday – Teaching Professor Tips App

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Get a daily teaching tip delivered to your smart phone or tablet with the new Teaching Professor Tips app. Brief and to the point, each tip provides a nugget of wisdom regarding assignment strategies, student engagement, classroom management, instructional vitality, and much more. The free app lets you: Get one tip every day (365/year) Specify …

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Apr 30

Free Respondus Webinars

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Mar 13

Fried Friday: Challenges of Teaching with Technology

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Nicole came across this video that was produced by students at the University of Denver. It highlights some frustrations that students have when faculty are not using technology wisely or appropriately. I’m sure some of these scenes are a bit over the top, but it is Friday after all and we want you to relax …

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Mar 10

Tech Tuesday – What Technology Do You Want to Learn More About?

We need your input so we can create the quick tip sheets, tutorials, webinars and training materials that you need. Please take a minute to select up to 5 topics that you are MOST INTERESTED in learning more about. Note, this is Tech Tuesday, so these topics are all technology related. If we’ve missed a technology that …

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Mar 09

iTeach/iCamp Deadline to Apply

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If you haven’t locked in your spot for iTeach (Juneau) or iCamp (Sitka) you may soon be out of time. The deadline is TODAY so get your application in as soon as possible. Why do we need a deadline? Whether you plan to attend iTeach Juneau (May 11-15) or iCamp Sitka (June 1-5) we need …

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Feb 09

Finding the Time to Improve Your Courses

It takes time to implement change. It takes time to analyze your students’ performance so you can determine¬†what worked well and what needs to be modified or improved, added or deleted. It takes time, and sometimes peer assistance to figure out how to make the changes that you know you want in your course(s). iTeach …

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Feb 04

Infographics – A Chance to Receive a Free Piktochart Account!

Last week’s Tech Tuesday’s topic was on infographics so when I came across this offer I had to share! If you haven’t tried creating an infographic yet, here’s an incentive for you. Piktochart is giving away $150,000 in Edu Pro accounts to classrooms for their 3rd year anniversary! Throughout March, Piktochart will be giving out …

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Jan 20

Tech Tuesday – Twitter

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Think Twitter is just a waste of time? Think again. Its organizational structure makes it an effective tool for connecting with students and others online. Are you a Twitter skeptic or wary of the technology? Read How Twitter Can Be Used as a Powerful Educational Tool written by Alan November and Brian Mull and put …

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Jan 13

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