Conference Presentations

App Smashing: iPad Created Student Multimedia Projects

South Carolina EdTech Presentation – October 11, 2013
Laura Plotts & Mendi Benigni

Session Description: In this session we will walk you through the complete process of a student multimedia project. From the planning, research, writing, filming, editing and sharing. All will be done on the iPad.

App Smashing Presentation & Resources

Turn your iPad into a Wireless Electronic Whiteboard

Ed Tech Presentation – October 27, 2011
Zach Hartje

Session Description: Everyone is talking about using iPads in the classroom but it’s mostly games. Come and learn how you can turn your iPad into a wireless electronic whiteboard! Annotate documents and images live, draw and collaborate. We will explore three different apps that will help you add more interactivity to your classroom.  Apps shown: Doceri, SyncPad, and AirSketch.

Wireless Whiteboard iPad Apps

Using Student Created Mobile Video

Ed Tech Presentation – October 27, 2011
Laura Plotts and Mendi Benigni

Session Description: Learn how you can use cell phones to allow students to not only be creative but to apply what they learn in the classroom to what they see in their daily lives; constructing new knowledge. This session will discuss how to add student-created videos into your curriculum in a mobile environment.

Presentation and Resources 

Getting Faculty Prepared for D2L

Desire2Learn Fusion – July 11, 2011
Zach Hartje and Monica Lavin

Session Description: Explore how a variety of training formats can successfully prepare and engage faculty for the release of a Learning Management System. The team initially trained 75 faculty who agree to be a beta (test) uses and mentor other faculty. The breakout session shared innovative ideas on how to prepare professors so they can effectively use Desire2Learn.

Getting Faculty Prepared for D2L Presentation

What the Tech? Panel Discussion

Carolina Communication Association Conference – September 2009
Mendi Benigni

Panel Participants:

Stephen Daniel, Virginia Tech, Mendi Benigni, Instructional Technologist, College of Charleston, Vincent Benigni, Department of Communication, College of Charleston, Janis Chakars, English Department, University of North Carolina Wilmington, Leigh Moscowitz, Department of Communication, College of Charleston, Kristen Seas, English Department, University of North Carolina Wilmington

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