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DE 2.0 Workshop: Humanizing Your Online Course

“I miss getting to really know my students. It’s just not the same.” “There’s no way of knowing who is on the other side of the screen.” Sound familiar? If so then you aren’t alone. Not only do some instructors feel this way about online learning, but students do as well. Often they feel isolated, […]

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Track Your Teams with Score Keeper by Learning Dojo

Score Keeper – What is it and how can I use it? Platform – iPod Touch, iPhone, iPad Price – free in the App Store (NOTE: this is listed as an iPhone app) Download – https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/score-keeper-by-learning-dojo/id954956153?mt=8  Overview Using Team Based Learning or Gaming in your classroom?  Having a hard time easily keeping or resetting the score? Score […]

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Faculty Guest Post: Paul Collins Talks about Students Helping Students with Celly

Our guest poster this week is Paul Collins, Assistant Professor in the Department of Theatre and Dance.  Paul attended the Spring 2013 FTI. As part of the Scenery and Lighting Design and Production concentration in the Theatre major, students are required to take a course in which they learn Computer Aided Drafting and Design. The […]

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App for creating presentations

Looking for an app to create a PowerPoint type presentation all on your iPad?   Then checkout Haiku Deck. Haiku Deck is the simple new way to create  presentations.  Sort, select, and import multiple images in one step from your iPad’s Camera Roll or Albums.  Automatic image attribution and sizing for Creative Commons and Getty Images […]

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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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Using YouTube Capture to Film and Share Videos

YouTube Capture is definitely a must have iPad app for teachers and students. This app is developed by Google and unlike the basic YouTube app, YouTube Capture allows users to record videos and upload them instantly and right from their iPad or iPhones and Instagram. Some of the fantastic features that distinguish YouTube Capture  is the […]

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Pecha Kucha in the Classroom

Pecha Kucha is a simple presentation format devised by Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham where you show 20 slides or images, each for only 20 second.  The images or slides advance automatically to keep you on time and you can only talk about each slide or image while it’s being displayed.  Designed to keep presentations […]

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Tips for a Successful Video Project

Last week Laura Plotts and I gave a FTI 2 Go session on using Student Created Mobile Video in your classes. In this session we gave tips for successful filming, editing, and sharing and provided many resources such as rubrics, release forms, and free audio and video resources that are copyright free. Since several people […]

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Google Room: Integrating Design + Technology + Learning

Designed from a “learning-centric” perspective, the renovated Computer Science Classroom in JC Long 221 pushes forward the integration of technology and learning on the CofC Campus. With funding from Google and the College, Computer Science envisioned and executed a high-tech modular space that seamlessly integrates lecture and working lab. The learning space is geared towards […]

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