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Technology in the Classroom

The Teaching and Learning Research office of CTRL holds a variety of hands-on workshops in the use and pedagogy of new technologies and software in the classroom as well as individual consultations and one-on-one tutorials in all workshop topics as well as in software not offered as regular workshops. Please explore the listings below and let us know how we can best address your needs.

Technology in the Classroom Series

The fall 2014 schedule includes topics such as Designing Prezi Presentations, Blogging with WordPress, Interacting with Students through Piazza, Creating Podcasts, using Google for Class Organization and Group Work, Curating Your Own Texts with RSS Feeds, Using Online Simulations in the Classroom, Increasing Attendance and Participation with Top Hat, and Teaching with Tablets. Click on the link below for more information about each workshop, and to register. Please contact Anna Olsson (aolsson@american.edu or x6077) for additional information.

CLICK HERE to read detailed descriptions and register for workshops.

Please contact Anna Olsson (aolsson@american.edu or x6077) for additional information.

You can find more resources related to the use of technology in the classroom under "Resources" on the right side of this page.

Consultations and One-on-One Tutorials

Please contact Anna Olsson (aolsson@american.edu or x6077) if you are unable to attend a workshop of your choice and would like to schedule a consultation or one-on-one tutorial on that topic, or on any other instructional technology or software tool that is not listed among our regularly scheduled workshops.