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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.
Hi everyone! No fancy HTML Template today, just the good old plain CETL facts! WE WANT TO GIVE YOU MONEY! (Seriously). We’re sponsoring another mini-grant opportunity. Deadline is March 21st! WE ALSO NEED TO HEAR FROM YOU! Specifically about our points and badges system. Even if you’ve never attended a workshop, please take five minutes […]
The app of the week this week is the Reporter app. While it is not a free app, it could be great for professors and students to understand their productivity and time management patterns. What is does is it sends you randomly times surveys each days and with the answers that you provide you can […]
Hello everyone! Valentine’s Day is over, but the CETL is full of love and pleased to announce a call for proposals for the first mini-grant competition for research in critical thinking, teaching and learning. This mini-grant is designed to fund research that will impact the teaching of critical thinking in face to face, online, or hybrid courses. […]
Here is a list of all apps listed in our App of the Week series. Please rank them if you have used them before.
The app of the week this week is called Nearpod. It was named the “Best Collaboration Solution” by EdTech Digest Awards 2012 and “Audience Favorite” at LAUNCH Edu & Kids 2012. It is a free app that allows presenters to create or download interactive media presentations and then you can share the presentation with the […]