I just returned from a three-day Tegrity conference in Seattle. It was wonderful! While there were many things that caught my fancy, there's a upgrade coming this summer that sounds like it has great potential for student learning and assessment. Currently students can make their own recordings, using Tegrity. Students make recordings if their faculty … Continue reading Tegrity – record from your smartphone?
I've made a few new recordings lately and they've now been added to our college's Student Success and/or Faculty Success folders. You should be able to find these folders within any Centralia College Angel classroom: Tegrity - requirements to make a recording Tegrity - making a recording using two webcams - YouTube recording Tegrity - … Continue reading New Video Recordings
If you have an iPhone or Android phone, you can get a free app and watch your Tegrity recordings on the go! It's simple, but just in case, I made a video showing the steps. Basically, here's how it works at Centralia College: download the free Tegrity app start the app - it will ask … Continue reading Tegrity on Your SmartPhone
Software developer Mike Matas demos the first full-length interactive book for the iPad -- with clever, swipeable video and graphics and some very cool data visualizations to play with. The book is "Our Choice," Al Gore's sequel to "An Inconvenient Truth."
I've been having a little too much fun with this app and thought it was time to share. I use RunKeeper on my iPhone; my kids use it on their 'Droids. You can also manually enter data on their website. RunKeeper is an exericise app. Why do I like it? it's free I can use it … Continue reading RunKeeper: another great app
Yes. It happened last night. I lost my iPhone. I had it during an evening class on campus, but when I got home, the campus was the last place I remembered seeing my phone. Eeeeek! I felt totally disconnected with the world! But - love this app - I have "Where's My iPhone" installed on … Continue reading My Favorite App – Where’s My iPhone?
Some good info here at the The Chronicle of Higher Ed and I couldn't resist passing it on. Just the one app for taking attendance looks interesting.
If you're a Centralia College employee - come see me! Drop by my office in LIBR 125. You can schedule appointments with me too! I often deal with technology or instruction topics and while yes, I can send emails and talk on the phone; you can't beat a face-to-face conversation. I'd be glad to help … Continue reading COME SEE ME!
I know how to take a screenshot with my iPhone without using an additional app (and with today's weather, how could I resist?) hold down the Home button (don't let go) press-and-release the sleep button on the top-right of the phone the screen will flash white for a sec and that's it you can release … Continue reading Screenshot from my iPhone
Yes, you can watch Tegrity recordings with your iPhone, iTouch or iPad (I hear that Android support is coming soon). First, get the Tegrity app (free!) from the App Store. Second, you'll need a magic "connection code" from Tegrity. It's easy to get (and free): Using your computer (not your iPhone), get into Tegrity and … Continue reading Your iPhone/iTouch/iPad and Tegrity