I recently saw a video from Carleton College of a Lightboard/Learning Glass in use. The idea is that you can record lectures, or even do live remote classes writing on the glass and facing your audience. “The writing glows in … Continue reading Learning Glass Revisited – does the idea have application for Swarthmore?
Suppose two people each set out to build traditional doghouses. One is an experienced woodworker, the other a hobbyist getting into woodcraft for the first time. Excited by a new project, the hobbyist purchases the best wood money can buy… … Continue reading Making the Most of Simple Video Equipment
Camtasia is a software application that records anything on your desktop screen including images, video, and audio. It’s very user-friendly and provides a robust set of editing tools that allow you to annotate a video with different shapes, arrows, and … Continue reading Using Camtasia for Educational Videos
Are you curious about using iPads for teaching in the classroom? Do you want to learn more about using Microsoft 365 apps for team and collaboration work? Heard about the Explain Everything app and want to know how to make … Continue reading Teaching with Tablets Workshop
Panopto is our video streaming and lecture capture system that makes it easy to stream, record, and share videos within Moodle. Panopto can capture your computer screen, PowerPoint slides, audio, and/or video from webcams and other devices to record lectures, … Continue reading 3 Ways to Use Panopto in Moodle
Right before Thanksgiving break, we wrapped up our 3 part blended learning workshop series where we explored different ways in which faculty at Swarthmore could incorporate blended learning in their coursework. For those unfamiliar, blended learning is a mix of online, … Continue reading Blended Learning Series Wrap-Up