Jeffrey Everhart

Most commented posts

  1. Spring Bling DEC Event — 1 comment
  2. Upcoming DEC Lunch and Learns on 10/02 and 10/04 — 1 comment

Author's posts

DEC Adds Respondus Tools to Ensure Integrity of Online Assessment

Beginning with Summer 2015, the DEC will roll out a new set of tools that instructors can use to help create online assessments and ensure the integrity of online testing. All faculty members now have access to the online proctoring tools Respondus LockDown Browser and Respondus Monitor, in addition to the assessment creation software Respondus …

Continue reading

MAGIC 2015 Videos Available

Thanks to all of the teachers, administrators, and technologists that attended the first meeting of the Mid-Atlantic Group Instructing with Canvas at Longwood University. We had a great turn out for this inaugural event with so many great sessions. If you didn’t have time to get to all of the sessions you wanted to or …

Continue reading

Summer LOTI Dates Announced

The DEC is now accepting applications for LOTI during the summer of 2015. To apply, please submit an application and instructor worksheet to Brooke Greenbank ( by 5 p.m. on Monday, June 1st. You can find the application and instructor worksheet on the LOTI page of the DEC main site. If you are new to …

Continue reading

DEC Workshops and Lunch and Learns 2015

Welcome back Longwood faculty and staff! The DEC hopes you had a refreshing break and is here to help you make the most of your teaching and tech-related goals in the new year.   Hands-on Workshops If you are interested in learning more about Canvas, Echo 360, WordPress, Google Apps, or any one of the …

Continue reading

Spring Bling DEC Event

Are you tired of boring and bland Canvas courses? Have you ever wondered how to make your courses more visually appealing? Are you trying to re/design a summer course but keep running out of fresh ideas? If so, come check out our “Spring Bling” event on 4/11/2014 from 11AM to 1PM. Several faculty members will …

Continue reading

Web 2.0 Apps: 15 + Great Ideas in 45 Minutes

Productivity 1. Google Apps- The Google suite of applications covers all of your technology needs, including email with Gmail, calendar and task applications with Gcal, video teleconferencing with Google Hangouts, cloud storage and document management with Google Drive, and a host of other helpfuls features. 2. Toggl- Toggl is an online tool that …

Continue reading

5 Tips for Professional Podcasts

In this post we will look at five easy tips that will make your podcasts sound professional. In the age of information overload, it is simple for your audience to tune out or find another source. The best way to attract and keep an audience is to prepare a polished and professional sounding product. 1. …

Continue reading

Podcasting in the Arts and Sciences 02/18/2014

Come join us for good food and great ideas! 12:15 pm on 2/18/2014 “Podcasting in the Arts and Sciences” with Danette Gibbs, Edd Howarth and Jeff Everhart Interested in creating you own scholarly podcast or implementing podcasting in one of your course? In this engaging session, we will provide you with a succinct overview of …

Continue reading

Canvas Kisses Tip #5: Using the What-if Feature in Grades

Canvas Kisses Tip #3: Using the Calendar Feed