You are invited to a celebration of Kelly Wainwright’s 25 years of service to Lewis & Clark in the Gregg Pavilion from 3-5 PM on Monday, December 11th. Join us as we show her our support and appreciation as she moves on to the next chapter of her life.
Heard about a cool app? Have a EdTech tip or trick you want to share? Sign up, give a 3 minute pitch, and help build our list of EdTech to try this summer!
The New Media Consortium (NMC) Horizon Report: 2017 Higher Education Edition identified improving diital literacy as a solvable challenge - one we understand and know how to solve. An Adobe commissioned report released in October 2016 suggests three models of digital literacy and responses to this report suggests that there is no one size fits all approach to improving digital literacy
As Augmented and Virtual Reality technology becomes more immersive and able to deliver simulated learning experiences that look, sound and even feel real, what will this mean for education? What opportunities and challenges will immersive experiences with educational content create? In this session we’ll briefly touch tech we’ve been exploring over the course of the 2016-17 academic year and give participants a change to try our VR and AR devices including VR phone viewers, Samsung Gear VR, Microsoft Holo Lens, and the HTC Vive.
With TurningPoint clickers no longer supported, we are exploring new BYOD (bring your own device) options for in-class polling. We’ll demo PollEverywhere and PearDeck, hear from some of our faculty who have used each, and discuss the pros and cons of each.
When presenting large amounts of data, it can be helpful to use graphs, maps, charts, icons and images to create infographics to help others absorb the information in an easily digestible fashion. In this workshop we will discuss both tools and methods of creating infographics, taking the knowledge and content you have to create a visual representation you can share.
According to College Board, the average student spends over $1,100 a year on textbooks. Help ease the financial burden on your students, while supporting the quest for open, accessible information by incorporating Open Educational Resources into your course. Find out about great open websites that cover almost any subject matter.
Social Media empowers learners to create connections, collaborate on new ideas, and build networks. We’ll establish some basic “house rules” for Social Media interaction, and examine how different types of Social Media (blogs, Twitter, social bookmarking) can enhance the curriculum for all disciplines.
Using video to enhance instruction has become ubiquitous. However, acquiring the video you need can be be a frustrating minefield of copyright law and technological hoops. Luckily, getting that crucial clip has never been easier if you have the know-how. In this session we’ll go over proven ways to obtain and cut it video, as well as sure methods for sharing.
Quick Bytes: Response Systems, Video Conferencing, Barcode to Bibliography
In this hands-on session, learn how you can tap into the digital badging system built in to Moodle. As digital badges become mainstream, higher education institutions, especially professional programs, are exploring using digital badges as an effective way to recognize student skill competencies, cocurricular achievements, and professional development certifications. Others are using digital badges to track student progress in self directed online learning and increase student engagement. In this session get hands-on practice creating and awarding badges in Moodle which can be easily exported and shared.
An introduction to tools for exploring and visualizing humanities data.