Video is the New PowerPoint – Using Video in Teaching: Open Invitation to Attend Friday’s ITT Faculty Academy Session (618 Aderhold, 1-4 pm; RSVP Requested)

Video is the New PowerPoint – Using Video in Teaching: Open Invitation to Attend Friday’s ITT Faculty Academy Session (618 Aderhold, 1-4 pm; RSVP Requested)
The Faculty Academy

Dear COE Community, On Friday, March 28, from 1-4 pm in Room 618 Aderhold, we will be conducting the third of four sessions to support the Innovation in Teaching and Technology (ITT) Fall Faculty Academy. Each academy session is also open to others in the college who might be interested in the topics we’re discussing. If you would like to join us, please just send me an email at <lrieber@uga.edu> to let me know you are coming to help in my planning (and to help me know how much food to order).

The technology we will be exploring on Friday is an overview of video tools and skills for teaching. Ron Braxley of the OIT will be a guest instructor for this session. We will explore the wide range of video technologies, beginning with the use of video recording capabilities of the iPhone, and then all the way to studio productions using the COE Digital Media Studio in 631 Aderhold — a fantastic resource that is available for faculty to use.

There is one ITT Faculty Academy session remaining:
–Mobile learning (April 18)

Of course, we will be exploring various teaching ideas, design strategies, tools, and technologies throughout the academy, largely in response to participant ideas and discussions.

We’d love to have other COE faculty and instructors join us on Friday. Again, just email me if you plan on coming (if only to make sure I order enough food).

Lloyd Rieber,
Director, Innovation in Teaching and Technology

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