Teagle Workshop Helps Faculty Get In-Sync with Tech
November 21, 2016, @ 8:00 AM
On Saturday, November 12th, faculty from throughout the LVAIC community came to Moravian College and joined Instructional Technologists and Instructional Designers to learn more about integrating mobile applications into their teaching. Topics ranged from polling software to augmented reality applications to video annotation technology.
Faculty were able to receive one-on-one instruction and hands-on experience testing several of these applications throughout the half-day workshop. This included building their own polls in Poll Everywhere, testing quizzes in Socrative and Plickers, and playing games in Kahoot. Attendees also explored such augmented reality as Aris and Aurasma, making their own augmented reality videos. Faculty also had the opportunity to annotate videos in EduPuzzle, TED Ed, and PlayPosit. Instructional Technologists and Instructional Designers were available for hands-on training and assistance.
Those who were unable to attend can learn more about the applications tested, the technology shared, and the opportunities for learning more on the event page. Opportunities for Teagle workshops are provided on behalf of the Teagle Foundation’s Hybrid Learning Grant. The Teagle Hybrid Learning Project is a collaborative opportunity among the campuses to integrate hybrid teaching into the classroom with several projects being funded for their efforts each year. Learn more about the Teagle Hybrid Learning Grant and preview the request for proposals for the next cohort of Teagle projects on the Teagle Hybrid Learning Project page.
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