Posted on January 26, 2010 by seansharp
This comes from Scott Leslie, an educational technologist who works as a manager of Client Services in Open Education for BCcampus, a province-wide post-secondary agency in British Columbia. I think it is a good summation of this year’s NMC Horizon Report, specifically the emerging technology portion.
My Foray into Filmaking – Video of Horizon Report from ELI 2010 at EdTechPost.
This year’s Horizon Report predicts wider academic adoption of the following:
- mobile computing/open content within 1 year;
- electronic books and augmented reality over 2-3 years;
- gesture-based computing and visual data analysis during the next 4-5 years.See a related post on Campus Leaders Advisory Board for NMC (12/8/09).
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Posted on January 22, 2010 by roberthilllong
To register for any of these workshops, contact Robert Voelker-Morris, email@example.com, 346-1934.
Screen Capture Recording Hands-on Session
Friday, February 12, 2010
2:00-3:30pm Pacific 113, Yamada Language Center Computer Lab
Robert Voelker-Morris, Teaching Effectiveness Program
Nargas Oskui, Center for Media and Educational Technologies Consulting
In this session we will present on screen recording applications and the benefits of using the technology. Participants will take part in exercises in recording their own computer tutorials.
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Posted on January 11, 2010 by John Fenn
Encountered this post on the Academic Commons blog today, and thought it might be of interest to some here. The workshop will be held on Feb. 1, and aims to cover the following questions:
How do campuses support the production needs for student and faculty whose work draws increasingly on the use of multiple forms of media? What strategies are faculty using to assess multimedia-based research projects? How are media projects disseminated? What pedagogical and production frameworks do librarians and instructional technologists need to understand?
Go here for more info/registration.
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