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Teaching Talk: Digital Tools for your teaching and for your students' learning
Transcript of Teaching Talk: Digital Tools for your teaching and for your students' learning
create once, share often
free your time to add value web based - Prezi
device based - Slideshark
Whatever you use, free yourself from ppt!
-rhetorics of design impact how you teach. Etherpad
Google Drive (formerly, docs) WriteRoom
FocusWriter http://zotero.org The Shiny Hammer Problem Shiny hammers are always looking for a nail...
Tech has to be aligned
to your goals.
The tech should serve
the learning. http://j.mp/stranger-in-these-parts Tech will always fail when you need it most.
This is not a bug, but a feature.
Be prepared to turn #fail into #win develop a backchannel
run it on the main screen
invite the world in via #hashtag
schedule collaborative, distributed readings, viewings http://www.how.do/ http://www.how.do/3eS4Q# http://snapguide.com/
http://snapguide.com/guides/embed-a-guide-on-your-website/ http://chronicle.com/blogs/profhacker/category/software Read Profhacker.
Spend a few hours browsing its archive.
You will be well rewarded for the effort! Read Gradhacker for a Grad Student view on teaching, tech, life.
http://www.gradhacker.org/ http://j.mp/pub-hist-nov2 https://etherpad.mozilla.org/
https://etherpad.mozilla.org/cjYKo1rTD4 Because Word is too bloody noisy. Scrivener - allows distraction-free environment; also:
focus on writing small, moveable chunks of text
visual metaphor for structure of document
all research incorporated into explorer-like system
export to other programs for final formatting http://www.how.do/3eS9N# http://www.zotero.org/support/screencast_tutorials/intro > also ios & other apps,
plugins to extend functionality
(including text analysis!) things I haven't mentioned today:
mind-mapping software like FreeMind
Data-mining & text analysis like Voyant
plugins that extend functionality of Zotero
http://www.zotero.org/support/plugins Tech for teaching and learning are not in opposition, but are complementary.
Choose tools that enhance your learning goals
ie, the learning curve for the tech incorporates or complements the learning curve for your content.
break your use of tech into many many small, lego-like pieces that build towards a goal. 'Digital Natives' are a myth.
Just because it's a digital tool
doesn't mean people will
-understand it. Shawn Graham,
Assistant Professor, Digital Humanities
Department of History
Carleton U, Ottawa Ontario
@electricarchaeo Teach versioning control.
Teach good habits for naming files.
Encourage the use of Dropbox, Box, or other off-site storage for a students' work.
"My computer failed". Show why this doesn't matter. https://www.dropbox.com/spacerace?r=NTM3NzE2Mjk2OQ And by the way.... ...help Carleton U win the Dropbox Space Race! http://freemind.sourceforge.net http://voyant-tools.org One last thing - taking attendance.
Taking, and correlating attendance with grades - can be very effective.
There's an app for that!
http://chronicle.com/blogs/profhacker/the-attendance-app-for-ios-devices/25241 A case in point: even when tech & goals are aligned, things can still go wrong... http://www.playthepast.org/?p=3289 http://youtu.be/MLasH88XqAc