University Tools for Supporting Teaching Linda Jorn Bradley A. Cohen Office of Information Technology, Digital Media Center. Warm-up. Do you think students want technology-rich learning environments?. Warm-up. Are you planning to use academic technology in your courses this semester?.
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Do you think students want technology-rich learning environments?
Are you planning to use academic technology in your courses this semester?
Have you taught using course management systems (e.g., Moodle, Blackboard, WebCT, Desire2Learn)?
Facebook: Yes or no?
IM or Email?
Blog or Twitter?
UMN Students and Technology
serve as a catalyst for innovatively leveraging technology to advance and support extraordinary education, breakthrough research, and dynamic public engagement.
Take a few minutes to meet your neighbors. Is anybody in your group planning to integrate technology into courses this fall? To what extent (i.e., is this course enhanced, hybrid/blended, or distance)? Is there a nice example of a learning activity or specific learning outcome that technology is intended to facilitate?
Linda JornBradley A. CohenOffice of InformationTechnology
Digital Media Center