An excellent example of practical approach to a real digital storytelling case:
more on digital storytelling in this IMS blog:
more on presentations in this IMS blog
Student’s relationship with technology is complex. They recognize its value but still need guidance when it comes to better using it for academics.
|Educause’s ECAR Study, 2013
|IMS faculty would be happy to meet with you or your group at your convenience.
Please request using this Google Form: http://scsu.mn/1OjBMf9 or
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How you can reach us:
Services we provide:
- Instruct and collaborate with faculty, staff and students on specific computer, Cloud and mobile applications
- Assist faculty in course design and instruction to incorporate SCSU’s resources
- Join faculty in the classroom instructional design to assist students with learning technology application for the class
- Consult with faculty on instructional design issues, particularly those that use the World Wide Web, multimedia techniques and interactivity
- Collaborate with faculty, staff and students on technology-related projects
- Work with campus units in technology planning and acquisition
- Respond to faculty, staff and students requests and technology developments
April 17, 11AM, we met for one-hour conversation on digital photography and its use in education. We discussed parameters of digital cameras, which we would like to consider as well the trends of shifting certain tasks of digital photography toward mobile devices. We also discussed the opportunity of using “cloud” based applications for rudimentary processing of digital images versus using Adobe Photoshop for the same purpose.
Here is a link to the basics of digital photography; we touched on some of the parameters discussed here:
Please share your links and sources for good use of digital photography in education.
Photoshop CS5 basics.
please contribute with your favorite and/or most helpful source to work with Photoshop.
Please share with us an application, which, in your opinion can successfully substitute Photoshop for learning and teaching purposes.
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