Teaching & Learning
Session 22 (2008): Creative Uses For Technology in Teaching
Wednesday, February 13, 2008
Creative Uses For Technology in Teaching
You may view the session or parts of the session using hi-speed connection (best for campus, cable, or DSL).
Speaker Video eProducer Jessica Knott, and Acting Director Brendan Guenther from Learning Design and Technology introduce the February 2008 Breakfast Series
Leigh Graves Wolf from the College of Education discusses using del.icio.us and Google Reader in her education courses. Geraud Plantegenest from O.M.E.R.A.D. discusses uses of Camtasia Studio. Candace Winslow from Pharmacology and Toxicology discusses relationship building, facilitated via Adobe Connect/Breeze Meeting. Patti Banyas from the College of Business discusses innovative uses of PowerPoint, including design best practices.
Brandon Blinkenberg from Learning Design and Technology discusses recording conversations in Skype and the legality of doing so.
Leigh Graves Wolf
Program Coordinator, Master of Arts in Educational Technology, CEPSE
Manager, Blended Curricular Learning Resources, O.M.E.R.A.D.
Education Programs Coordinator, Pharmacology and Toxicology
Academic Technology Specialist, Eli Broad College of Business
eProducer, Learning Design and Technology
Online and blended learning specialists from departments campus-wide will come together to share their favorite learning tools in this five-person panel. Handouts will be provided, containing information about some of the tools discussed, as well as some ideas for their use.
Learning Design and Technology
Byron Brown, Carrie Heeter, Jessica Knott, Kristen Lee, Pattie McNiel, Susan Melnick and Joan Predko