Workshop: Introduction to VoiceThread

Workshop: Introduction to VoiceThread

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


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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Open Textbook Workshop

Help Lower Textbook Costs for Students

Are you a UA instructor who is concerned about the impact of high textbook costs on your students? Explore possible open textbook solutions by attending a 90-minute workshop (with a free lunch) and by writing a short textbook review. Receive a $200 stipend for your efforts!

Did You Know...

- Textbooks and supplies are projected at $800 a year for undergraduates and $1,200 a year for graduate students in the UA’s 2016-17 Estimated Cost of Attendance.

Accessibility SIG

Discuss what we’re seeing in classrooms around technology and accessibility. The meetings are informal to allow for discussing the current trends.

If you’re interested in joining us, our next meeting is Monday, 9/19 at 10am in the Highland Commons building, room A270.