I went to an amazing session at the Washington Canvas User's Group conference (WACUG) right before spring quarter and I heard the MOST AMAZING statement from a faculty. They said, "I found that the more of me I put into my classroom, the more my students engage." The context was that this was a session … Continue reading “The More of Me I Put in My Classroom, the More My Students Engage”
In addition to being our college's VP of Finance and Administration, Steve Ward also teaches business classes here at Centralia College. He gave me permission to share this great video he made. It is so funny! It is obvious he is really enjoying teaching and this video is a great example of the effectiveness of … Continue reading Steve Ward Uses Humor Quite Effectively in this Tegrity Recording
New titles from Films Media Group have been added to the following Films On Demand streaming video collections: • Business & Economics Collection • Science & Mathematics Collection • Health & Medicine Collection • Archival Films & Newsreels Collection To access these titles, go to Films on Demand and log in, or just click on the Title URLs provided … Continue reading New Videos From Films on Demand
As you know, students now have to pay for printing in most places on campus. There seems to be a bit of confusion about how to set up an account and pay for printing. I just created a Tegrity recording showing how students can set up a Paper Cut account and redeem a Print Management … Continue reading Print Management Video for Students
Kirk Library has a trial to the Education in Video online database. We are considering purchasing a subscription to this database and will love to have feedback from you about it. So, try it out and let us know what you think. You can either leave us a comment on the blog or send an … Continue reading Try out a new Online Video Database
This is a must watch TED video on the Khan Academy: “Salman Khan: Let's use video to reinvent education” Look at what Sal does with curriculum pathways and gaming theory (video). And yes – it’s all free and openly licensed.
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We've been busy in eLearning and we have a surprise for you! This can be used in any Angel classroom. Phase I is now ready to be revealed. Many of you have a folder in your Angel classroom called Important Course Information. We’ve noticed that not many students take advantage of our Week Zero Angel … Continue reading Phase I – Using College-Wide Angel LOR to Improve Student Success
From 3/1/2011 ATL Digest made by the office of Assessment, Teaching and Learning Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges Contact: Noreen Light firstname.lastname@example.org Several tools to increase accessibility of instructional videos: Western Kentucky University, scroll to the bottom of the page for a free tool and instructions. MAGpie (Media Access Generator) is the … Continue reading Several tools to increase accessibility of instructional videos
What is Films on Demand (FOD)? It's a new online video streaming database the library subscribed to in September and debuted in October. The videos in FOD are from Films Media Group and includes over 6000 educational titles in humanities and social sciences, business and economics, science and math, health and medicine, as well as … Continue reading Got video? Embed a Films on Demand video to your Angel class!