GitHub is a tool fairly new to the Instructional Technology Collaborators although some of us have used GitHub in support of academic requirements. Today’s #TechTipThursday will introduce users to the set up and initial use of GitHub as a collaborative tool for coding projects. This post focuses on the tool’s web interface but there are other options for …
Bear is a flexible writing app for composing anything from notes to prose to blogs. It works on all OS devices so you can write whenever, wherever. You can link notes to each other to build one comprehensive body of text. Its functionality is beyond Apple’s built-in Notes application and offers a, free, simple white theme. Users …
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.
In this episode, Jeff and Jenny discuss open educational resources and how to get started using OER.