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Winter Workshops in Ed Tech

To register for any of these workshops, contact Robert Voelker-Morris, rmorris1@uoregon.edu, 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.

PREVIOUS Web 2.0 Apps in Ed Workshops:

Web 2.0 Applications in Education

Robert Voelker-Morris, Teaching Effectiveness Program
January 20, 2010

Web 2.0 has become an important component of instructional technology. Wikis, blogs, podcasts, RSS feeds, and shared documents have all made their way into classrooms. As these applications are utilized, important questions arise. What university and outside support is there for these applications? What are the considerations, and challenges, for making the technology integrate with student learning? Join us for a discussion and share your own experiences using Web 2.0.

Twitter in Higher Education

Tiffany Gallicano, Assistant Professor, School of Journalism and Communications
January 27, 2010

Are there ways to get students more involved in following course content in large lecture courses? Twitter is a simple way for people to connect and follow content. It allows students to interact with topics within an active learning forum. In addition, it provides an alternative way for students to ask questions and share opinions.

Professor Gallicano has made her presentation available here: http://prpost.wordpress.com/2010/01/30/in-class-tweeting-in-a-large-lecture-class/, which also includes some other resources.

Other useful links:

Instructional Uses of Twitter sample chapter: http://mobile-libraries.blogspot.com/2009/12/book-chapter-instructional-uses-of.html

Usage Habits and Trends of Today’s College Faculty: http://www.facultyfocus.com/free-report/twitter-in-higher-education-usage-habits-and-trends-of-todays-college-faculty/

7 Things You Should Know About Twitter: http://www.educause.edu/ELI/7ThingsYouShouldKnowAboutTwitt/161801

World of Warcraft in Higher Education

Carol Stabile, Professor, English, Director, Center for the Study of Women in Society
February 3, 2010

Carol Stabile shared her experience in using a three dimensional virtual world to teach a seminar on Feminist Media Studies, and talked about how she applies WoW in her research.

RSS Basics / Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Brain Westra, Lokey Science Data Services Librarian

Sean Sharp, Research/Instructional Technologist

What is an RSS Feed? Who uses it and how? RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication and is a technology that enables you to have information sent to you seamlessly and in an easy to use form that can help manage the dailyflow of information that you receive. Examples include subscribing to newspaper headline feeds and podcasts. Sean and Brian addressed how instructors, graduate students and students use RSS to gather relevant information in their field of research.

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