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Quick Tool Post: 5 Tools for Higher Education Educators

Listed below are five powerful tools that Higher Education Educators can adapt to their courses.

Twubs

Create a hashtag for your class and invite students to ask questions in the background, share information with other students. It also can be used to tag articles, people, blog, events, and other useful information.

Today’s Meet 

Today’s Meet is an interactive way to have a text chat discussion. It’s free and students do not have to sign in. Educators need to sign in (you can use a google account) in order to create the chatroom.

OneNote 

Can be used collaboratively to gather and share content in an organized way.

Facebook Live/Periscope 

Provide students with interactive feedback. Schedule a time to go over student works, mini-lecture, or thoughts and additional information.

Google Forms 

This is a great way for students to learn data collection and analysis.

Transitioning Faculty…

..from face-to-face to fully online

Welcome! I encourage you to look around my blog if you have any question please ask or send a question via twitter using #CeitIDLinks,

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Join the conversation at #CeitIDLinks on Twitter.  This is an embed tool created by Twubs. Twubs allows users to follow a Hashtag and background conversations.

Presentation

Working copy of Course Development Checklist the Instructional Design team at Bristol uses to provide feedback to faculty.

Syllabus template used at Bristol Community College

Don’t forget to check out Sandra Campos’s post on Transitioning to fully online.

Who is afraid of Digital Quizzes

This link will take you to a nice post about digital quizzes

ED tech tools

 

Voicethread from your Smartphone


I used a Samsung Galaxy S7 with a screencasting app to film this.

 

See if it’s compatiable with your android device at  AZ Screen Recorder

I highly recommend it for those who need to create demonstrations on their mobile devices.

Snagit!

I have been using Snagit since the late 90s. The once small but powerful tool has finally grown up to become a must have tool. It’s not just an image capture software, but it really is a great tool to do a short how to video.

This is just a quick capture that I created with Snagit 13! As you can see you can now use webcam video in the capture.

How much does it cost

How much does it cost

 

 

 

 

Snagit Info Video

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