Introduce myself – current role in DCU and perennial student
Emphasis in this session is that technology integration is within the grasp of every lecturer. The majority of Web 2.0 tools are quick and easy to use and offer many in class innovations. This session is a whistle stop tour around some of the tools that I’ve found particularly useful to my pedagogy
Universities are looking to develop students with the 21st century skills to succeed in the future workplace. Learning technologies can assist in building these skills in our students. A changed classroom can help prepare students for a changed workplace. Keith: Did you know videos.
I’m preparing a series of videos/webinars on a number of topics – this is the first one – Presentation Tools. As I develop them, I’m happy to send on the links to themCurationTools - Paper.li, Scoop.it. Storify, Bundlr, Diigo, Evernote, Delicious, PearltreesPresentation Tools – Easel.ly, Prezi, Capzles, Animoto, Jing, GlogsterCollaboration Tools – Wikispaces, Padlet, Twitter, TriciderEngaging Tools – Poll Everywhere, Go Animate, Bubble.us, Wordle.net, Eclipse
An E-Technology Buffet A series
of short introductory videos for you to dip in and out of Presentation Tools Curation Tools Collaboration Tools Engaging Tools This brief presentation is designed to show you how to save time whilst creating engaging resources and activities, and highlighting best practice examples.
What does it do?
Prezi And what can it do for me? Prezi is a free tool that creates exciting presentations as an alternative to Powerpoint It is cloud based – stored online – so you can access your presentations from anyway
Won’t that be more work?
Don’t worry, you can import all your Powerpoint presentations, you don’t need to recreate them! You can then rearrange your slides on the zoomable canvas