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iPad Apps to Use in Your Classroom

February 4, 2015 by | Technology

With the increased use of iPads for teaching, faculty are asking what the best Apps are for use in the classroom.  Unfortunately doing a google search on that topic produces a pretty scattered (and dated) list of App links.  I found one promising list that way, but the rest of them were basically dead ends. 

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We’ve Moved!

September 12, 2014 by | Technology

There are some changes afoot in Academic Technology here at Chapman.  First of all, we’ve moved to Smith Hall, suite 20 (which is accessible via the staircase near the elevator lift). Also, we’ve grown!  Kim Welch who joined us during the summer is now the Blackboard Administrator.  You can email her at kwelch@chapman.edu.

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the basics

February 22, 2014 by | Technology

I’ve made many mistakes with technology.  I’ve lost files due to not backing them up, I’ve edited the wrong versions of my articles because I didn’t have a good strategy for saving iterations of files, and I’ve had those awful moments where my printer ink runs out (which only ever happens when time is of

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Academic Technology Workshop Schedule

December 19, 2013 by | Events

Hot off the press, the Academic Technology Workshop schedule for Intersession and Spring semesters.  Except when otherwise indicated, these workshops are aimed for Chapman faculty: Location: LL305 Jan 28, 2-3:30pm: Blackboard Basics Jan 30, 2-3:30: Using Edublogs in your Course Feb 3, 9-11am: Blackboard Open House Feb 3, 5:30-7pm: Blackboard Open House Feb 4, 5:30-7pm:

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In a rut with PowerPoint?

October 1, 2013 by | Pedagogy

Looking for ways to break out of the PowerPoint rut?  Consider perusing a few of these links as inspiration (properly formatted as bullet points, of course): Friends Don’t Let Friends Use PowerPoint The Gettysburg Address, as a PowerPoint PowerPoint is Evil Some alternative tools: Prezi Adobe Spark Some examples of presentations that I’ve created using

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Study favors Non-Tenure-Track Teachers

September 27, 2013 by | Pedagogy

I spend a lot of time supporting Adjunct Faculty in their use of pedagogical technology (Chapman employs about 400 adjunct faculty each semester).  In fact, many of the most innovative uses of technology on our campus come from our Adjuncts. That’s one reason, among many, that the findings of this study about the effectiveness of

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Event: Teaching with Wikipedia on April 29, 11-12:30

April 26, 2013 by | News

Academic Technology is sponsoring a hands-on workshop for faculty who would like to learn ways of using Wikipedia in the classroom.  This workshop will feature the efforts of Shira Klein and Jana Remy, who have both used wikipedia in teaching history at Chapman.  Adrianne Wadewitz, a Wikipedia Ambassador and Occidental College Mellon Fellow, will also

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Here a MOOC, there a MOOC

April 26, 2013 by | News

Much of the conversation in Higher Ed is focused on the emergence of MOOC classes (Massive Open Online Courses). Several pieces in the Chronicle and the New York Times, as well as the California initiative to adopt MOOC classes at state institutions, have fueled many of the concerns about this new learning platform. If you’re

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