What is a #Tweetchat?

What is a #Tweetchat, How do I Do It, and Why Should I Care?

Wednesday, October 12, 2016 12:30 to 2pm in ILC 136

Twitter is one of many social networking tools that can be used to support teaching and learning in synchronous and asynchronous learning spaces. This workshop will focus specifically upon the use of Tweetchats, a synchronous structure that brings people together from all over the world for a conversation on a specific, moderated topic.

What is a #Tweetchat, How do I Do It, and Why Should I Care?

What is a #Tweetchat, How do I Do It, and Why Should I Care?

Wednesday, October 12, 2016 12:30 to 2pm in ILC 136

Twitter is one of many social networking tools that can be used to support teaching and learning in synchronous and asynchronous learning spaces. This workshop will focus specifically upon the use of Tweetchats, a synchronous structure that brings people together from all over the world for a conversation on a specific, moderated topic.

Workshop: Introduction to VoiceThread

Workshop: Introduction VoiceThread

Monday, October 24, 12:00-1:30pm ILC 136

Description

Learn how to use VoiceThread to engage students and assess their learning.  VoiceThread (VT) supports engagement with content, interaction among students, and between instructors and students. It can be used to present content and assess learning. VT is now part of D2L.  

Facilitated by Phyllis Brodsky and Mascha Gemein

Workshop: Introduction to VoiceThread

Workshop: Introduction to VoiceThread

Monday, October 24, 12:00-1:30pm ILC 136 BYOD

Description

VoiceThread is a collaborative tool integrated with D2L that allows instructors and students to create interactive experiences, both for instruction and assessment, using images, documents, videos and slides. VoiceThread can be used for face-to-face, hybrid, and online courses.

Facilitated by Phyllis Brodsky and Mascha Gemein

Mapping with Dr. Annette Joseph-Gabriel

Please join us this Friday at 12pm in the iSpace for Mapping with Dr. Annette Joseph-Gabriel

This workshop will cover three mapping programs: Neatline, Story Maps, and Google Tour builder. We will look at sample projects for each, and learn how to create simple maps. By the end of the workshop, attendees will have a sense of how they may incorporate these mapping programs into their teaching and research. Attendees are encouraged to bring a laptop for hands on engagement.

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