|Timestamp||What tech pedagogy would you like to share at our meetup?||What tech pedagogy would you like to know more about?||What tech pedagogy would you like to share at our meetup?|
|9/18/2013 11:43:02||I am happy to share how I use the smart podium and/or the computers in the computer classrooms, but I don't think I do anything esp. creative. I display handouts and examples of past and present work on the "big screen," visit relevant web sites, demonstrate how to cite sources (walking students through sample sources that they can all see on the screen).|
I also use a Blackboard discussion-board forum (Ask Dr. Jones) to minimize emails and create a course archive for me of what topics, assignments, and activities generated questions in previous semesters. But I've been talking about that for years and probably anyone who cares has already heard my spiel!
|I would love to get ideas about improving/streamlining my workflow when I am collecting assignments via Blackboard.|
Somewhat related, I would appreciate learning about PDF annotating tools--one reason I still collect hard copies of many assignments is because I need to see specific design/layout decisions students have made. And also because I teach a lot of CS students who balk at using Word. So having a way to respond to PDFs would be very helpful.
|10/9/2013 16:30:01||I use an audio transcription program w/foot pedal that assists in transcribing audio interviews that have been recorded in digital format. I could show (quickly) how this works. This software/hardware can be used for research on human subjects (with interviews/focus groups) and could possibly be useful in some classes.|
I should also share some information about how our new assessment is going to be tied into Blackboard.
|Easy software for digital image and video production (for students to produce visual arguments)||nothing additional|
|10/10/2013 8:46:04||I may be considered by others to be a Bb maven, but I may be jaded to what others might consider helpful. I know about the new rubrics, about adaptive release, about how to make discussion boards so students can't see others' posts until they post their own. I know about SafeAssign and its limitations and bright spots.|
I do NOT know about item analysis on assessments, but could find out easily. I think in general I'm lazy on my grade center skills (it can do much more than I use it for). I do know how to set color coding in the grade center, too, to help us see students who are struggling.
|I am interested in anything that can be shared-- things that can make teaching easier or be helpful to students. I'll be happy no matter what I learn about!||Ummm.... see what I typed in the last box. :-)|
|10/10/2013 11:24:41||I'd be happy to share my use of WordPress in the classroom; I'd also be happy to talk about my most recent experiment using Google Docs for collaborative class note-taking.||I'd love to learn more about how others manage digital workflow (grading and returning papers electronically, for instance). I'd also be curious to hear from others who have used Twitter or digital curation tools in the classroom.||See above.|
|10/13/2013 9:38:46||Video annotation|
Zotero bibliographic tools
|I want to know more about podiums|
I want to know more about wikis in the classroom
I want to know more about how we might use MOOC to offer some free access to our faculty by alums, other interested parties, short term and focused.
|Sorry for the redundant question|
|10/25/2013 15:18:15||I have lists of teaching apps from Writing Project Summer Institutes that I could share. I have seen the apps on the lists demonstrated but do not claim to be familiar with them. Still, this kind of annotated list might be useful to some.||I would like to hear from people who have used class bogs, everything from how to start one, what space to use, how to manage one, and what to do with it after the class is over. I have used Blackboard's Forums quite a lot and might want to jump from that to a class blog, but I want to know how it would be different from the forums.||I have lists of teaching apps from Writing Project Summer Institutes that I could share. I have seen the apps on the lists demonstrated but do not claim to be familiar with them. Still, this kind of annotated list might be useful to some.|
|10/25/2013 14:21:25|| I wouldn't mind sharing how I've used blogs in Blackboard, student group blogs (Blogger), and the class blog I've just started to use (Wordpress). ||I'd like to learn more about how others use blogs, especially for sharing resources and discussions. |
Annotating pdfs--good app for that and how anyone might use it for own research and for responding to students.
Portfolios: formats people use for students to submit work--both print and digital.
How people share online resources and texts, links with students. (Blackboard is fine, especially if someone does it in a very engaging way) but also beyond Bboard.
Sharing short videos and audio recordings with students. For use in class but also accessible online on their own time to reinforce ideas.
|Same as above.|
|10/25/2013 14:23:02||I am not sure that I do anything special, but I am interested in learning more..||I would like to learn more about online grading technology, using Bamboo tablets and other tools to grade online papers.||I am not sure that I do anything special, but I am interested in learning more..|
|10/25/2013 15:45:50||sharing annotated bibliographies in lit classes--not very glamorous.||script capabilities of the ipad--effective uses of the stylus to comment on work. Not sure if this is possible.||I only have one.|
|10/26/2013 15:37:27||smart podiums, video annotation, ipads, laptops, websites||blackboard, blogs, discussion boards, video annotation||smart podiums, video annotation, ipads, laptops, websites|
|10/27/2013 18:08:20||n/a||I'd really like to know how to use the document camera. :)|