Title – Engaging

Learn how to create and use multimedia content.

Adding video, audio, and interactive tools to your online course will help keep students engaged and may enhance their learning. Learn some tips on how to start with basic multimedia production.

Multimedia discussions and critique

Multimedia discussions and critique

What if you could add voice and video to your discussions in an easy way that would allow your students to hear and see not only you, but one another? How about students uploading a presentation and then commenting with audio or video on each other’s work? VoiceThread is a great tool for leveraging multimedia experiences that can bring a new energy to online interactions.

Create interactive activities in LATTE

 

Creative interactive activities in LATTE

LATTE has some fantastic tools for interaction such as flash cards, embedded questions for videos, and games. In fact, it has a whole suite of useful and interactive elements that are easy to create and can take student learning to a new level. This webinar explores how to create Interactive slideshows, flash cards, videos with embedded questions, and drag-n-drop activities.

Blogging for teaching and learning

Blogging for teaching and learning

Blogging is a popular form of social media and communication that can be used in a variety of ways for effective teaching and learning. This webinar explores the possibilities for faculty and students to leverage blogs for more dynamic and thoughtful interactions that bring the world outside into a given course. Faculty will walk away with insights around different approaches to executing blogs, tips on designing blog projects in their courses, and practical considerations for blogging.