Creating Course Materials
There are a myriad of ways to use technology to bring in materials in ways that appeal to many learning styles. Some of these uses of technology are very basic and can be mastered in a single setting, others are a little more advanced. There are both in-class and online suggestions included in the list. Feel free to pick and choose the strategies that work best for you.that are also available for faculty use on each campus.
All of these materials have been drawn from the faculty workshop series that take place twice a year. If you have any questions about these materials please feel free to contact either a member of the Instructional Support team or the Service Desk.
|Step-by-Step Instructions||Supplemental Information|
|Adding Audio/Visual Components to Content||Anti-Plagiarism software (free download -off site)|
by Dan Donovan
|Creating Games||Copyright and Fair Use (off site)|
|Creating an Excel Grade book||Low Threshold Applications (off site)|
|Creating Faculty Web Pages||
MERLOT (Multimedia Educational
Resource for Learning and Online Teaching)
|Electronic Editing and Commenting using Word Documents||Multimedia Copyright (off site)|
|Encouraging Interactivity||Preparing CDs for Classroom Use|
|Increasing Student Preparation for Class||
Spring 2004 Presentation
on Outcomes Assessment
by Dr. Spencer Benson
|Making Reviewing Fun|
|PowerPoint Tips - PPT*|
|Streaming Media applications|
|Teaching at a Distance|
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