Trello is one of several free tools that are available to support online task management. This solution enables users to create lists, or cards, with or without due dates; develop checklists to track progress; upload files; and apply labels to categorize content. Labels, like Twitter hashtags or WordPress tags, make searching for specific tasks more …
Engaging learners inside the classroom can present numerous challenges, many of which seem to grow exponentially more difficult when attempting to engage learners outside of the classroom. With the help of Nearpod instructors can bring interaction to the classroom by enhancing tools that may already be in use, such a PowerPoint, PDFs, or document types. Nearpod …
The Digital Education Collaborative and Greenwood Library are happy to announce that the DIGILab will be opening September 11, 2017! The name DIGILab was selected by campus vote of student suggested names that took place in the Fall of 2016. You can find the DIGILab on the first floor of the Greenwood Library, where the …
In this episode, Jenny is joined by special guest, graduate student, Meredith Peck to discuss how educational technology affects the graduate school experience.
Trying a new experiment this week, join host Jenny Quarles as she asks some leading questions to faculty about podcasting and its academic purposes.
In this episode, Jeff and Jenny discuss the differences between and various options available for synchronous and asynchronous learning.
In this episode, Jeff and Jenny explore the use of 3D printing in education.
In this episode, Jeff and Jenny explore copyright, intellectual property, and licensing and how it plays a role in sharing content for education.
In this episode, Jeff and Jenny discuss how Open VA can help make education more available to students.
In this episode, Jeff and Jenny define and explore the concept of open pedagogy and how it differs from OERs.