Technology Workshops for Students Fa18

Student Technology Assistants are offering a series of workshops crafted specifically for students. To view workshop details and to register, visit the links below or our Facebook page. Please bring a device to the workshop. All sessions are held at 7PM in The Digital Studio in Andrews Library (unless otherwise noted). Motion Graphics: Illustrator to After Effects […]

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Use video in my teaching

Video can be a powerful tool to engage students and enhance learning in the classroom.  Faculty can integrate video from their own research into lectures or place video in online course materials for students to explore, comment on, or use as a basis for a student research project.  Online collections of video at Wooster or […]

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I just said outloud, "Hyperlinks are amazing. Who created the hyperlink?" Seems Ben Shneiderman is credited. Thank you, Dr. Shneiderman! www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/seeing-what-others-dont/201801/the-invention-hyperlinks ... See MoreSee Less

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Fall Break Workshops for Faculty and Staff

Educational Technology will be hosting 3 workshops for faculty to inspire your thinking and boost you through the semester. These will be informal sessions with lots of opportunities for faculty to ask questions and have hands-on engagement with the technologies. No prior experience is necessary. Light refreshments will be served. Registration is appreciated. Click the date/time […]

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Apple TV

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Sketchup

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Omeka

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