Click to learn more about the Badges & Points system for Professional Development.
Click here to check out our series “App of the Week.” Each week, we will showcase a new tablet or desktop app that can help you in your teaching and student’s learning.
This Spring, faculty, staff and the CETL are meeting for regular readings and group discussion of Clay Shirky’s Cognitive Surplus: How Technology Makes Consumers into Collaborators. Click to learn more.
Click to learn more about this semester’s Research in Teaching and Learning Mini-Grant and to fill out an application.
Notability, a GingerLabs annotation app for the iPad allows users to create handwritten notes, pdf annotations, as well as audio recordings that link to notes that can be saved in the app itself or that can be synced to cloud storage services such as dropbox, google drive, as well as webDAV, Box, twitter, and email. […]
Congratulations Carol Johnson-Gerendas – Mass Communications Barbara Kirby – Social Sciences Terri Cummings – Mass Communications Gladys Childs – Philosophy/Religion Mini-Grant winners were selected after submitting a proposal outlining: The specific item or items they wished to purchase, the conference you wished to attend, or the project that they needed money for; How they expected […]
Happy summer, everyone! Based on the feedback we received during the Summer Institute, we’ve developed a full slate of summer workshops. We’re proud to showcase these during Workshop Wednesdays – two workshops during the middle of the day every Wednesday during the summer. These kick off this week with some of our most popular workshops […]
This week’s featured app, Skitch, is part of the Evernote family of apps. Skitch is an annotation application that allows you to markup picture, documents, maps, and other graphics with shapes, arrows, and sketches in order to share ideas. Skitch can be downloaded as a free app for mobile devices such as iPads, iPhones, and […]
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