moving technology out of the classroom

Teaching Naked: How Moving Technology out of Your College Classroom Will Improve Student Learning

teaching naked

New technology can increase student preparation and engagement between classes and create more time for the in-class dialogue that makes the campus experience worth the extra money it will always cost to deliver. Students already use online content, but need better ways to interact with material before every class. By using online quizzes and games, rethinking our assignments and course design, we can create more class time for the activities and interactions

Would you like to follow the conceptual suggestions above and re-structure your course?

innovations in online learning

A survey conducted by the Changing Landscape of Online Education (CHLOE): 

brings interesting observations regarding our institution (SCSU) versus the nation two- and four-year institutions and their organization of online education.
The results reflect our initiative to organize ourselves using this blog and other fora and is in support of already created SCSU lecture capture support group:

five disruptive technologies

Online learning is the FIRST one. But we are working already on Virtual Reality and the other disruptive technologies.
Let us know, if you learn more and incorporate them in your classes

disruptive technologies higher ed

Video 360 (Virtual Reality) example for use at SCSU:

  1. As part of the library orientation:
    we offer Video 360 self-guided tour:
    as well as a gamified library orientation:
  2. The SCSU Visual Lab:
    is where you can ask for assistance to incorporate VR and AR (Augmented Reality) in your classes