Dave Peterson, one of Centralia College’s recognized innovators, teaches Electronics, Robotics and Industrial Automation. Dave says “this includes technical math specifically for electronics, like circuit analysis, graphing and data visualization, and trigonometry applications.” If you know anything about Dave Peterson, you know he’s no stranger to innovation. He builds robots, for crying out loud. In … Continue reading Congratulations to Faculty/Staff Innovator – Dave Peterson
Okay, so we LOVE that Tegrity has an app for use on Android devices. However, we found it's a bit tricky to get things set up, so here's the low down: 1) In your web browser on your regular computer, login using your Canvas credentials to Tegrity at: http://centralia.tegrity.com (see the bottom of this post if … Continue reading Using Tegrity App with Android, iPhone, or Other Device
Because Sue Gallaway is on top of her eLearning communications, Centralia College was lucky enough to get a FREE trip to the 2013 Tegrity conference in Boston! We looked through our most prolific Tegrity users and Ann Alves stepped up for the trip. She had a fantastic time (be sure to ask her!) and here … Continue reading Tegrity Conference 2013
I hate when something goes bad in my car. I am not car savvy. I can change my own oil, add transmission fluid (because the old Buick tends to lose more than it uses), check the air pressure in the tires... the basics. I cannot tell you what that clunking sound is by the front … Continue reading Tegrity Diagnostics
As we make the migration from Angel to Canvas, I often get questions from concerned faculty - will their Tegrity recordings work in Canvas? First, let me say that Angel, Canvas and Tegrity come from three different companies. Sometimes they happen to "play well" with each other, but they are separate entities. It's my understanding … Continue reading Canvas and Tegrity Recordings
If you make a lot of Tegrity recordings, raise your hand! Congratulations! Did you know that when you make a recording, it's not only copied to the Tegrity servers in the cloud, but also saved on your hard drive? If you make a LOT of recordings, and you know they're all safely up there in … Continue reading Are You a Heavy Tegrity User?
Tegrity User Conference 2012 Session Recordings Now Available The 6th annual Tegrity User Conference (TUC) was held in April 2012 in Seattle. Below is a link to all of the conference session recordings for your review. Should you have any questions regarding the conference or the session recordings, please do not hesitate to contact firstname.lastname@example.org. TUC … Continue reading Tegrity User Conferences – Sessions
Tegrity automatically divides recording into chapters when there are significant changes in the screen you are recording. For example, when you move from slide to slide in PowerPoint, each slide becomes a separate chapter in Tegrity. Here are the first three chapters from a recent recording I made (each chapter shows as a separate thumbnail): If … Continue reading Tegrity: Re-Naming Chapters
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 use Tegrity to record short little snippits while at my desk or at home. But if you're one of the many who record lectures live, in front of your class, please keep reading. I recently ran across a list of best practices and it suggested (more like required) that you tell your students that … Continue reading Tegrity – recording live in-class lectures?