CTRL Technology in the Classroom - Facebook & Twitter: From Distraction to Engagement
Hurst CTRL Lab 202
In this workshop, you'll learn how to leverage social media to engage and build a foundation for student learning. From the creation of an account, a social media page can become an interactive tool both inside and outside the classroom.
This workshop demonstrates how the latest Lecture Capture technology can be used to move your lectures out of the classroom. Bring your laptop to get AU's Panopto client setup and installed on your computer and create your first recording.
Review and edit the following description for Piazza: Encourage questions, discussion and student collaboration through Piazza's Wikipedia-like forum, where topics and questions can be searched for and edited. Piazza lets you answer once, encourages students to answer for you, allows handouts and homework to be posted and gives you the ability to track student participation.
Come to this class if you prefer to use a version of EndNote that you can have any time anywhere. An overview for using EndNote Web will be provided. Come with your questions! [Please bring a laptop with EndNote already downloaded. Download directions are here: http://subjectguides.library.american.edu/endnote]