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Innovative Instruction Series – David Desplaces

TLT has continued its Innovative Instruction Series, which highlights faculty who use technology in innovative ways, by interviewing David Desplaces, Director of the Center for Entrepreneurship, and Assistant Professor in the Management and Entrepreneurship department in the School of Business. David is an avid technology user and employs a number of different tools and applications […]

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Faculty Roundtable Video Posted: Social Networking

If you weren’t able to attend yesterday’s Faculty Roundtable on Social Networking don’t fret, you can now watch it online. The panelist talk about how they interact with their students and how their students interact with the world through social networking tools. Get the Flash Player to see this player.

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TLT Theme Preview – Teaching the #TechGeneration

For the upcoming 2012-2013 Academic Year, here is a sneak peek at our new theme: Teaching the #TechGeneration We have given this topic a lot of thoughtful consideration; it is certainly relevant, timely, and it speaks to the core mission of TLT: Supporting the faculty in the integration of educational technology into pedagogy, assessment, and […]

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Gamifying Education – From a Student’s Perspective!

Looking for new ways to motivate students? Try Gamification. “Gamification is the use of game-like thinking and elements in places that aren’t traditionally games. The use of game mechanics and dynamics like badges, leader boards, and actions can be useful for improving motivation and learning in informal and formal settings.” -Gamifying Education.org Well integrating gamification […]

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A Brave New World

The next iteration of online learning is on the horizon: Experts teaching free online courses to anyone. NPR’s All Tech Considered reported on a move by a group of “rogue” Stanford professors to open their classes to anyone free of charge.  The result?  Over 10,000 students registered in two days. “You can only imagine what […]

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Darryl Phillips – Innovative Instruction Series

Check out the newest episode in our Innovative Instruction Series. This series highlights CofC faculty who are using technology in creative ways to increase or enhance their students’ learning. In this episode Darryl Phillips, Speaker of the Faculty and a professor in the Classics Department, talks about how he is using PBWorks‘ wiki in his […]

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