Congratulations to Faculty/Staff Innovator – Dave Peterson

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

Using Tegrity App with Android, iPhone, or Other Device

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

Tegrity User Conferences – Sessions

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 jsantaniello@tegrity.com. TUC … Continue reading Tegrity User Conferences – Sessions

Tegrity – record from your smartphone?

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?