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INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY FOR EDUCATORS. Richard Hartshorne, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Educational Technology Skype: rhartsho49er E-mail: richard.hartshorne@ucf.edu Phone: 407.823.1861. http://rhartshorne.com/fall-2013/irex-tea/. Agenda. vs. Introductions. Name? Where are you from?

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    1. INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY FOR EDUCATORS Richard Hartshorne, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Educational Technology Skype: rhartsho49er E-mail: richard.hartshorne@ucf.edu Phone: 407.823.1861

    2. http://rhartshorne.com/fall-2013/irex-tea/

    3. Agenda vs.

    4. Introductions • Name? • Where are you from? • Grade level/subject area focus? • What technology looks like in your school? • What technology use looks like in your classroom? • What you would like to get out of the educational technology sessions?

    5. Me

    6. Webcourses

    7. Webcourses: Getting Access • http://teach.ucf.edu/forms/guest/ • Guest Information • Access Information • Reason: IREX TEA Grant Project Course • Course Section: Project TEAM Course Fall 2013 • Level of Access: Student • Date Guest Access May Be Removed: 12/10/2013

    8. Webcourses: Getting Access, cont. • UCF Sponsor Information • Name: • College: • Dept.: • E-mail: • Office Phone Number: • EmpID (PID without letter):

    9. USB Flash Drives

    10. What will we explore later? Web 1.0 and Web 2.0 tools for: • Teacher Productivity • Tools for Instruction • Student Productivity Web 1.0 and Web 2.0 tools for: • Authoring and Creativity • Information Access • Collaboration, Communication, & Social Learning • Organization/Accumulation of Resources • Publication/Voice/Sharing • Immerson

    11. Today, though…. Social Bookmarks Online Storage Tools Collaboration/Sharing Tools While you are here When you return to your classrooms. For

    12. Social Bookmarking • Quick Poll

    13. Diigo www.diigo.com Let’s take a look.

    14. Delicious www.delicious.com Let’s take a look.

    15. While you are here… Collect useful sites Annotate sites Share sites with others Network with other collections Use in your classrooms ….later.

    16. Online Storage Quick Poll

    17. Dropbox dropbox.com 2 GB+ of free storage (any file type) Organizational Tools Sharing files privately or publicly Desktop/Mobile Access

    18. Box box.com 5 GB free storage (any file type) Organizational features Sharing files privately or publicly Desktop/Mobile Access

    19. Online Collaborative Tools Quick Poll

    20. Google Drive drive.google.com Create docs, spreadsheets, presentations, etc. Organize content Share/Collaborate on content privately or publicly Export to desktop publishing software (Office)

    21. Skype skype.com Text, audio, and/or video chats -individual or group Sharing files Sharing desktops

    22. Thoughts/Questions???

    23. http://rhartshorne.com/fall-2013/irex-tea/

    24. Let’s Get Started

    25. ePortfolio

    26. ePortfolio

    27. Web Design Issues • Contrast • Repetition • Alignment • Proximity

    28. Some design tips • Avoid “cartoon-y” clip art • Avoid Comic Sans font • Avoid mixing serif and sans serif fonts • Have all external links open in new windows. Internal links should open in the same window. • Limit colors • K-I-S-S • Consider your audience • All pages should have the same look and feel.