The Dutton e-Education Institute recently hosted its first Speed Dating with Learning Technologies event. This was an opportunity for faculty to get quick and easy introductions to technologies that can be used to enhance teaching in face-to-face, hybrid, and online courses. The event featured the following technologies:
- Adobe Spark is a suite of media creation apps for graphics, videos, and web pages. This can be used for content creation and student-generated assignments.
- Kaltura is a video creation, storage, and sharing platform. You can also turn a video into an interactive quiz!
- Lightboard is a teaching and presentation recording tool. Available in the EMS Faculty Studio.
- A Pen Display is a tool for creating and recording on-screen drawings and annotating complex images.
- RShiny helps you turn data and analyses into interactive web apps that students can interact with.
- Slack is an instant messaging platform where files, information, and messages can all be shared.
- Snagit is a screenshot program that can capture images, video, and audio.
- Turnitin is an online plagiarism detection service that can be used by students and instructors.
- Zoom provides remote conferencing services - great for hosting online office hours and creating pre-recorded segments. Zoom can also be used by students to create video presentations or participate in online conversations or debate.
Visit the Speed Dating with Learning Technology website to view short (4 – 6 minute) presentations for each technology.
~ Jennifer Babb