Baylor's annual Educational Technology Showcase highlights creative uses of information and communication technologies in the classroom at Baylor and beyond. All Baylor faculty, staff, and students are invited to attend the 2011 ETS.
How to Participate
Are you doing something innovative with technology as part of your teaching and research? Are you an undergraduate or graduate student who's using technology for class work or research in new and interesting ways? Share your insights with your colleagues at the ETS!
We seek proposals that describe an innovative use of technology in teaching and learning, research, or collaboration. This year, we will be accepting proposals for posters or short presentations. Sample topics may include, but are certainly not limited to:
Designing online courses (multimedia, courseware, theories of online instruction, etc.)
Using emerging technologies for the creation of faculty or student research projects
Integrating new tools into the curriculum (podcasting, wikis, blogs, rss, etc.)
Using Blackboard in new and different ways
Including Social Networking / Web 2.0 technologies in your courses or coursework (blogging, Facebook, Second Life, Del.icio.us, Twitter, etc.)
Deploying classroom technology systems in engaging and interesting ways
Incorporating library resources in your courses or coursework in innovative ways
Combining the classroom experience with the use of gaming, simulation, or virtual world applications
Engaging colleagues, students, or fellow students with mobile learning technologies