9375. SET - Matching Tools to Goals with Technology-enhanced Learning

DateMarch 20, 2014Time12:15 - 1:15 pm
LocationJones Library-200
DescriptionAudience: Teachers of Record, Graduate Students, Faculty / Staff


Presenter-Jim Heston (Coordinator of Academic Technology for the Baylor School of Social Work)

Audience - Faculty and Teachers of Record

Too often a new technology is recommended as a way to improve instruction without enough consideration as to whether it addresses an actual problem for your class. In this session, we'll not only look at a variety of technologies including BlackBoard Collaborate, Cisco/Jabber, Prezi, YouTube, ZamZar, QuickTime Player, but, more importantly, we'll look at designing a lesson pulling ideas from backward as well as flipped and hybrid classes in order to analyze needs and match them with the best technological tools.

More Resources:

*"Engaging the Future of Higher Education," a report by the Teaching, Learning & Technology Committee, 2013
TLTC 2013 Report

TECH4Social, the Baylor School of Social Work technology website
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PublisherTraining & Development
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