» Educational Technology Services

Join us at the Tech Hub Open House

Locations:
Orange Campus DeMille Hall 104
Rinker Campus 9401 Atrium

Theme: FUTURE READY

Dates: OCTOBER 3 & 4 (all day programming)

See tentative schedule below.

 

 ___TENTATIVE SCHEDULE, PLEASE WATCH FOR CHANGES___

Oct 3, Orange Campus:

9:30-10:00AM:
Keynote Address: “Future Ready: Gamification in the Higher Ed Classroom” by Alf Inge Wang, founder of Kahoot game-based learning

10:30-11:00AM: Future Ready Coursework that is Accessible to All, a Bb Ally demo by Craig Williams

11:00AM-12:00PM: The Future of Blackboard: the Ultra LMS Demo

1:00-2:00PM: Future Ready Student Engagement with Polleverywhere

2:00-3:00PM: Future Ready with Untethered Teaching (various faculty)

3:00-3:30PM: Future Ready with Apple Tips and Tricks 

3:30-4:00PM: Future Ready with Panopto Lecture Capture 

4:30-5:30PM: Future Ready Accessibility using Office 365 

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Oct 4, Orange Campus:

10:00AM-12:00PM: Future Worlds and Possibilities with AR/VR (Augmented/Virtual Reality)
Technologies with Roundtable and Hands-on Activities with Dell Technologies

1:00-2:00PM: Future Ready Classrooms at Chapman, Curtis Williams and Ken Murphy

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Oct 4, Rinker Campus:

2:00-2:45PM: Future Ready Virtual and Augmented Reality for Health Sciences Panel
(Dr. Rahul Songra, PT; Dr. Jennifer Grumet, PA; Dr. Deanna Hughes, CSD)

2:45-3:30PM: Future Ready Hands-on Demo of VR/AR from Dell

3:30-4:00PM:The Future of Blackboard Ultra LMS Demo

 

What is Educational Technology Services?

The office of Educational Technology Services oversees both Instructional Technology and Classroom Technology.

Instructional Technology works with faculty to support and enhance the use of technology and digital media in instruction and scholarship, providing support for campus-wide instructional tools such as Blackboard as well as assisting faculty in the development of scholarly and pedagogical special projects.

Classroom Technology designs technology-rich learning environments in our campus classrooms and physical learning spaces.

We welcome collaboration with faculty who wish to explore innovative uses of technology in their teaching and research. In addition to one-on-one consultation and support, we also provide department-based and open weekly workshops and presentations on aspects of academic technology.