Great post from Tech Your Teaching: When, Why, and How.
“Using technology to redefine learning tasks and get students engaged in higher-order thinking need not be a lock-step progression through pedagogical frameworks. Discover user-friendly tips to get students choosing how to creatively showcase their knowledge”. More here.
This is an interesting topic. Many of us participate in videoconferencing. We sometimes host the virtual presenters. Let’s do it right!
This 4th report, produced in collaboration with SRI International, proposes ten innovations that are already in existance but have not yet had a profound influence on education. Full report is available here.
Find something that will benefit your teaching and research! This publication provides brief description of each blog.
These blogs focus on education technology and IT topics in higher education:
- Academic Tech Tips
- Community College Roundtable
- Dr. Josie Ahlquist
- EDUCAUSE Blogs
- Higher Ed Management
- The Lone Sysadmin
- Mistaken Goal
- Prof Hacker
The annual tech-fest known as the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) showcased many products. Below are 10 products that might influence education.
- DAQRI Smart Helmet
- Kodak Super 8 Revival Initiative
- Samsung Galaxy TabPro S
- Lenovo AirClass Interactive Virtual Classroom
- Top of FormASUS C202
- Panasonic Rug Speakers
- Hanvon Pentech ERT Technology
- XYZ STEAM