This academic year, I have had the chance to participate in the Graduate Faculty Reading Group. This group of dedicated faculty reads book selections related to teaching at the graduate level and then we meet about once a month to discuss the book as well as general teaching practices and techniques. This semester we are […]
Couldn’t make it to today’s presentation on iPads as Augmentative/Assistive Communication Devices by Jim Mancinelli? Read the archive of our live event coverage.
As a follow up to his session on Tapping the Power of Mobile Learning, Apple Development Executive Dr. Jon Landis has provided us with the following list of apps and links. These tools may be helpful as you begin thinking about how mobile devices can complement your teaching. If you missed Dr. Landis’ session, you can […]
Below is the live blogging archive from the session on Tapping the Power of Mobile Learning, which was presented by Apple Development Executive, Dr. Jon Landis. The session was held on February 13, 2012 in the Dan Rodden Theater.
Join Apple Development Executive Dr. Jon Landis as he leads a discussion on using mobile technology in teaching. He will cover topics such as: Dealing with information overload and vetting sources Forming student relationships and using those relationships to guide the students’ search for information Harnessing the power of mobile devices (such as the iPad) […]