Friday, January 15, 2010

Supplement Classroom Learning with Screen Capture Software

MARK YOUR CALENDAR! Join us to view this webinar by Dr. Dave Yearwood, who has conducted numerous workshops for college faculty at the national and international levels. Associate Professor and Chair of the Technology Department at the University of North Dakota, Dr. Yearwood’s research interests focus on ways faculty members can infuse presentations and other technologies into coursework to connect and engage students, enhance understanding, and promote dialogue leading to critical examination of course content. According to the program…
Instructional technology can–and should–be changing the way college faculty conduct classes. Today, students can access course information remotely, around the clock. Are faculty members at your institution taking full advantage of this fact? If not, it may be time for a skills upgrade. Even the most talented faculty need help to stay current with the latest advances in instructional technology. The growing availability of portable multimedia devices and the proliferation of Course Management Systems make the time right for college instructors to begin to integrate audio and video teaching and learning modules to create more engaging–and more effective–courses.
Date: Thursday, January 21, 2010
Time: 1pm to 2:30pm
Place: Rosenberger 102

During this live, interactive seminar, participants will learn:
  • How technology can free up class time for higher order learning activities
  • Easy ways to become your students’ 24/7 personal tutor
  • Where to access recommended technologies
  • How to create supplemental and remedial course materials
  • Strategies to encourage students to take a more active role in their education
  • Innovative ways to increase out-of-class engagement with course material
  • How to develop compelling portable media presentations for easy student access
  • The benefits of providing short audio-video content for your students
  • Surprising ways to include students in recorded content
  • Where faculty members can obtain needed technical assistance
  • And more

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