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#OneNewThing – Zoom Conferencing

Zoom is an online conferencing tool, similar to WebEx or Go To Meeting, and allows you to host online, collaborative sessions.  The free version is full featured for up to 45 minutes of conferencing. With the FREE version of Zoom users can: hold unlimited 1 on 1 sessions hold an unlimited number of sessions have […]

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Important End-of-Semester Information for Faculty

It’s hard to believe the semester is almost over. As you get ready to leave campus and enjoy your summer, there are a few things you need to remember: 1) Final Grades: Remember, Final Grades MUST be keyed into My Charleston/Banner before they are officially recorded. Keeping your grades in OAKS is great for the […]

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A Plan of Attack for Implementing Technology into Your Instruction

Here at Teaching, Learning, and Technology part of our mission is to support, develop, and educate faculty in the integration of educational technology into pedagogy and assessment.  Our goal for doing this is that it will enhance student learning and promote effective or innovative practices.  Lately, I have met with several members of the College […]

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Poll Everywhere has Come to Charleston: A New Campus License

If you’ve been a fan of the TLT blog, and let’s face it…you know you are, then you’ve probably seen blog posts from faculty members talking about how they use polling in their classes.  Some have talked about using polls for a “quick check” to gauge student comprehension while others have played with using clicker […]

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Faculty Social 2013 Recap

If you weren’t able to attend the TLT Faculty Social on September 26th, then you missed out on a great time!  After signing in, partygoers mingled through three separate rooms of food, wine, and technology demonstrations.  Whether you were experiencing motion controlled projections with the Leap Motion system or checking out the massive “Mega Desk” […]

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Welcome New Faculty!

To all of our returning faculty: welcome back for the 2013-2014 school year!  If you are new to College of Charleston, we welcome you to campus and hope that you enjoy your first semesters here in Charleston! New faculty members are invited to attend the 2013 New Faculty Orientation on August 15 and 16, 2013 […]

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Faculty Guest Post: Prerecorded Lectures To Free Up Classtime

Our guest blogger this week is Jennifer Baker in the Philosophy department.  Jennifer talks about how she has used Echo 360 to pre-record her lectures to free up for of her in-class time.  Please note that as of August 2015, Echo 360 is no longer available to CofC faculty as a campus license. Mediasite Desktop […]

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Capturing the Social Butterfly: Creating a Social Media and BYOD Policy for Your Class

I had a conversation with a new professor this week.  Although she was new to teaching, she was knowledgeable, enthusiastic, passionate, creative…everything that we look for in our new CofC faculty.  Listen in on part of our conversation when she met me (her friendly neighborhood instructional technologist) for the first time: New Faculty Member: Oh, […]

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Infographic: Flipped Classrooms

Source: A TeacherView Survey by ClassroomWindow and the Flipped Learning Network: Conducted June, 2012

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Point 2 View USB Document Camera

TLT recently purchased three IPEVO Point 2 View USB cameras and added them to our checkout equipment inventory. While this device has a relatively simple design, and frankly feels cheap, I’m pretty impressed with the its functionality and image quality. The first thing that draws my interest is the sleek and lightweight design which makes […]

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