Mobile Apps that Support Learning – How and Why Faculty Should Use Them:
- Nikkia Anderson, Instructional Technologist for Hybrid Instruction and
- Susanna Ferrara, English Faculty.
TAC Presents “Lunch and Learn – Brown Bag” (BYOL) session:
Tuesday, September 18
12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Annandale – CT 335.
This presentation will educate faculty about how to take advantage of mobile learning apps to increase student success and overall retention in face-to-face, hybrid, and distance learning environments. The focus will be on Blackboard Mobile Learn for SmartPhones, but other apps will be discussed, including (but not limited to) Twitter, Blackboard Collaborate, Google Apps, and a variety of library resources that have mobile versions or apps. The session will educate faculty about how to set up students to use their mobile devices most effectively to support their learning. Please click to Register.
Atomic Learning Workshop:
Thursday, September 20
Two Separate Sessions: 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. or 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Annandale CT 335, Virtually.
Please join the Technology Applications Center (TAC) and the Extended Learning Institute (ELI) to learn more about Atomic Learning, the campus-wide online learning resource (see flyer in this edition of the Intercom). Atomic Learning will facilitate a hands-on workshop on how to utilize their online virtual training. Atomic Learning helps you do more with the software you use every day. This online software training and support is like having a technology specialist in every classroom. The short, easy-to-view tutorials give you just-in-time answers to your “how do I do that?” software questions.
Please remember we are offering two separate sessions. You may attend either session in person or virtually. Please click to Register.