An Introductory Video on Flipping Your Class

You may have recently read or heard a lot about “flipping the class.” The basic idea behind flipping your class is presenting some content to your students outside of class time (often through recorded audio or videos). As a result, you can spend your in-class time together working on activities that allow your students to […]

Editing Your Videos and Computer Demos

There are many great (and free) tools out there for capturing your computer screen so that you can record videos for your students. These tools allow you to capture pre-recorded lectures, whiteboard explanations, software demonstrations, or other online activities. Sherri provides a great list of these tools in her posts on Building Online Presentations and […]

Academic Computing Summer Workshop Series

Please join us for this summer as we explore strategies for using cloud-based resources, managing group projects, and getting the most out of Office tools.  All sessions are in Olney 101 from 1pm to 2pm. UPDATE: Due to popular demand, a second session of Using Cloud-Based Resources has been scheduled for Tuesday, June 12. Please […]

The Engaging Learners with Powerful Technology Tools Series

The Engaging Learners Series, co-sponsored by the Art and Science Technology Committee and the Faculty Development Committee, ran over a three month period during the Spring 2012 semester. The purpose of the series was for faculty and staff to share, with each other, the many ways they use technology tools to engage learners. The first […]