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Integrating Technology in Higher Ed

(Presented at AAC&U National Meeting, January 2014.) Technology has undeniably made its way into the higher education classroom. The role of the professor remains to work with students to access deep learning of both content and skills.
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Bridget Trogden

on 21 January 2014

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Integrating Technology - Bridget G. Trogden, Ph.D.
AAC&U National Meeting, January 22-25, 2014
HEDS Up Session

Wrap-Up and Things to Think About
I host my prelab videos on the site
Labtube.
An example video can be viewed here:
http://www.labtube.tv/playvideo.aspx?vid=132622

Overview and Rationale
Educational Technology Examples
The video below shows a brief example of how Padlet was used in first-year composition.
The link can also be opened directly at:
(www.youtube.com/watch?v=qTuQb81OoZI)
For flipping, I used screencapture (Camtasia) so that I could draw on the screen (SMART Notebook software and Bamboo drawing pad hardware) in real time. I typically posted the videos to Vimeo and provided students with pdf copies of the notes
A sample "flipped" video can be viewed here to see what the technology looks like.
The link can also be opened directly at:
(www.youtube.com/watch?v=3XeGuPteKr4)
Full transcript