MacOS Windows iOS Android Joining a class session (can practice before the meeting) To visit a class remotely, you will have the best experience if you install the Microsoft Teams App before trying to join a class session. Installing Microsoft Teams MacOS From https://teams.microsoft.com/downloads, click “Download” at the top of the page and the operating system […]
Most of these options create a video file. Our recommendation is to upload video to Microsoft Stream, the College’s supported video streaming service through our Office 365 subscription. Please see our Stream post for more details on uploading and sharing video. PowerPoint Microsoft PowerPoint slide show presentation software is part of the College’s Office 365 […]
As the College deals with the repurcussions of the Corona virus, we have compiled resources that will allow you to continue to engage in the important work of providing a Wooster education.
Issue to Address Possible Solutions Establish a mode of communication to use in case of an emergency (Ensure students all have access to and are aware of this communication method) Moodle AnnouncementEmail Decide how you will distribute documents and readings during a disruption (Make your syllabus available digitally) MoodleEmail Designate a centralized place to collect student works(homework, assignment, paper, etc.) Moodle AssignmentsEmail […]
Student Technology Assistants (STAs) and professional staff are offering a series of workshops crafted mainly for students working on academic and personal digital projects but which are open to everyone. To view workshop details and to register, visit the links below or our Facebook page. Please bring a device to the workshop. All events begin at 7pm […]
Quick tips The links below provide some simple things you can do to increase the accessibility of your materials. For documents Headings and document structure Hyperlinks Bullets and numbered lists Color and contrast Image alt-text For video/audio Video captions (Trint) Stream For presentations Live captions and subtitles in PowerPoint Translator Tools for checking accessibility compliance Microsoft […]
Purpose The Educational Technology Faculty Fellows Program is a unique experience for any member of the campus community whose continuing contract has a teaching component. The goals of the program are to increase the number of faculty taking advantage of technologies in their teaching and scholarship, to familiarize faculty with tools and project types with […]
The Vive packs quite a bit more punch than a VR platform like Google Cardboard. It features head tracking as well as two handheld controllers. It should be used for projects where ease of setup and access are not as pressing. Resources and Tutorials The Computer Science department has a Vive in Taylor. Please contact […]
Google Cardboard is a virtual reality platform with a very low barrier of entry. It was one of the first VR platforms released for phones. All you need is a phone and headset. Check out this video for an introduction on Google Cardboard https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SxAj2lyX4oU Resources and Tutorials Educational Technology has a number of headsets available for […]
This section provides an overview of virtual reality tools we use frequently in Educational Technology projects or that we are exploring as part of our ongoing research into effective technologies for teaching and learning.