2018 Educational Technology Faculty Fellows

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Birds of a Feather Sessions

We heard from a number of faculty who were very interested in Educational Technology workshops, but were not be able to attend. So we would like to bring the sessions to you as Birds of a Feather sessions. A faculty or staff member can request a Birds of a Feather session by identifying at least four colleagues who are […]

Crafting a Successful Tech Project

Below you will find some links to various resources to help you to get started to think about how to craft a successful tech project in your classroom. If you are interested in pursuing a tech project in your class, please reach out to a staff member of Educational Technology so we can assist you […]

Film Studies Workshop

Mike, Emily and Jon got to show Dan Bourne, Jen Hayward, Deb Shostak, Margaret Ng, Jim Bonk, Greg Shaya, Rujie Wang, Peter Pozefsky, Ahmet Atay, Madonna Hettinger, Marion Duval, and Beth Muellner how to use iMovie to create a film out of the clips that they had shot using their iPhones. The faculty had organized […]

Microsoft Excel Basics for staff

Microsoft Forms workshop

With Microsoft Forms, you can create surveys, quizzes, and polls that feature text, pictures and video. Others can respond using any web browser, even on mobile devices. As results are submitted, you can use built-in analytics to evaluate responses. Form data, such as quiz results, can be easily exported to Excel for additional analysis or […]

Microsoft OneNote app

Microsoft OneNote – lists, photos, and notes, organized in a notebook (*free – use College OneDrive account to sync) Microsoft OneNote for iOS on iTunes Microsoft OneNote for Android on Google Play Capture your thoughts, discoveries, and ideas with OneNote, your very own digital notebook. With OneNote you can seize that moment of inspiration, take your class […]

Moodle New Features

Office 365 connection: allows users to connect their Office 365 account to Moodle Poll: a Block you can add to your course to create a custom poll Analytics Graph: a Block you can add to your course to to generate, view and print a variety of graphs related to student behavior in Moodle. These graphs include […]

Office 365 features

Office 365 features including Groups Stream Class Notebook integration with Moodle Learn how you can use: Groups to collaborate with a set of people and share resources such as: a shared Outlook inbox, a shared calendar, and a document library for collaborating on files. Stream, the College’s video streaming service through Office 365. Create, discover, […]

Office 365 Groups workshop

Groups in Office 365 let you choose a set of people that you wish to collaborate with and easily set up a collection of resources for those people to share such as: a shared Outlook inbox a shared calendar a document library for collaborating on files When creating a group you’ll need to decide if […]

Ohio 5 New Technologies – New Pedagogies

Student Engagement Read 3 ways to increase student engagement in your classroom Rank the three ways on the provided sticky note Strategies for supporting better student presentations What is Good Presentation design? Plickers quiz Example one PowerPoint Face-to-face presentation: Three Minute Thesis Wooster’s IS Symposium 2017 and Technically Speaking from Denison U. Framing things as a […]

Pre-semester Ed Tech Workshops for Faculty

Educational Technology is hosting pre-semester workshops for faculty August 13-16. Topics include: Moodle course management basics Moodle new features: Poll, Analytics Graph, Quiz Analytics, Scheduler, Solution Sheet, Office 365 connection course management in Voices (our WordPress blogging software) Office 365 features including Groups, Stream, Class Notebook, & integration with Moodle making course materials accessible crafting a […]

Skype for Business workshop

Skype for Business lets you connect with co-workers or partners around the world. Start conversations with IM chat, voice, or video calls. See when your contacts are available online, in a meeting, or presenting. Broadcast online to a large audience. Present your screen during meetings Use Skype for Business in other Office programs to chat, […]

Social Media 101 workshop

Social Media 101: What is it? What’s it for? We’ll provide a basic overview of popular social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Snapchat. We’ll explore examples of sites being used on campus such as the College’s official Facebook page, departments’ pages, etc. Facebook Facebook Help Facebook’s own FB About page Wikipedia’s Facebook entry “…”launched […]

Student Response

Student response sites, systems, and apps can be used for informal, formative assessment in the classroom. They also provide a way to promote student-teacher and student-student interaction, even with large classes. What is formative assessment? Refer to Carnegie Mellon University’s Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence & Educational Innovation. The goal of formative assessment is to monitor student learning to provide […]

Teaching with iPads

Apple TV In spaces with Apple TV, anyone can use AirPlay to wirelessly mirror a Mac computer or iOS device (iPad, iPhone, iPod) to a projector. For documentation, visit the wiki. iPad Pro with Apple Pencil Presenting Digital whiteboard using NotesPlus app (paid. on Ed Tech iTunes account for trial). Features include handwriting, handwriting recognition, shape recognition, annotation over […]

The Road Less Traveled: An Exploration of Moodle Features workshop

Educational Technology is hosting a workshop for faculty using Moodle for 2nd semester including quizzes, forums, and assignment grading features – learn about Moodle features you may not have used and get help with using them. This informal session will afford lots of opportunities for faculty to ask questions and have hands-on engagement. Registration is appreciated. Visit our […]

When Bad Video Happens to Good Professors workshop

Learn about using iMovie and tips for creating a successful video assignment. This informal session will afford lots of opportunities for faculty to ask questions and have hands-on practice. Registration is appreciated. Visit our Events page. Workshop Resource Files Agenda Getting Started Why use video in the classroom? Use of digital storytelling represent broad ways in which individuals can […]

When Video Falls Apart: Techniques for Creating Video Clips workshop

If you would like to incorporate video into your course or classroom, join us to learn how to easily create clips from Kanopy (a College video streaming service) YouTube videos with screen recording software: QuickTime Player (for Mac), Xbox app (for Windows 10), or Video Grabber (both) DVDs with Magic Mac DVD Ripper securely share clips […]

Winter Workshops for Staff & Faculty

Faculty and staff, Warm up this winter by learning more about Microsoft tools and online communication. Thursdays: Microsoft Forms, Groups, and Skype These sessions are geared for staff and faculty interested in using intermediate level Microsoft tools. A basic understanding of Office 365 is helpful. These classes are held from 3-4p.m. in Andrews Library McCoy computer […]