Does anyone know if there is a mobility initiative at UTA? Or does OIT have plans for a mobility initiative?
I’m torn between buying a class set of the iTouch or the iPhone for my Computers and Fiction Writing class and would welcome advice. Might OIT support either? Any sign of daLite lecterns or other kinds [...]
Entries Tagged as 'Video'
March 12th, 2010 · No Comments · Active Learning, Multimedia, Video, YouTube
One of my students, Patrick Modrovsky, is majoring in broadcasting and minoring in German. He thought that interviewing me and talking about the way I use technology in the classroom to teach German language and culture might be newsworthy. Here is the link:
http://utanews.com/ March 11, 2010 (The date is important, because as time goes by, [...]
February 23rd, 2010 · 3 Comments · Multimedia, Video, YouTube
It’s a pretty counter-intuitive notion: putting some [or even all!] of your lectures on-line can help open your classroom for active learning. After all, we associate on-line lectures with distance education. For many faculty that may seem to be a far cry from the kind of face-to-face classroom interaction associated with active learning.
But I believe [...]
February 17th, 2010 · 2 Comments · Blogs and Blogging, Multimedia, Video, YouTube
Here are some of my ideas I am doing. I teach LIST courses (Literacy studies) in the College of Education and Health Professions. I am a second year professor. Here is my webpage: http://www3.uta.edu/faculty/peggys/index.html
1. Blogging with both online Master’s students and pre-service teachers in a shared space.
2. Using student authored video and professor authored videos. [...]
February 8th, 2010 · No Comments · Blogs and Blogging, Distance Education, Learning Management Systems, Moodle, Multimedia, Video, YouTube
“Soundings,” a best practices network for pedagogical technology at UTA, came about as a result of discussions I have had with many of its now-authors—talks which highlighted for me the need for an electronic space where we might reflect on the deeper questions of technology in teaching, learning, and education.
Watching the creative practice of Gina [...]