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Emaze - an alternative to PowerPoint?

Emaze looks like a potentially useful tool which can be put to good use in education, whether it is for students to create online presentations for homework or assessment purposes, or for teachers that want to create a presentation with a different look to PowerPoint with stunning visual effects for added impact, either in the classroom, or for creating CPD presentations for training purposes. 233 more words

Classroom Tools

Adam Finkelstein reblogged this on Teaching for Learning @ McGill University and commented:

With everyone actively looking for PowerPoint alternatives, here is an interesting possibility. Very slick looking templates, all web based, and might work well for certain types of presentations. Any instructors that try this out, please let us know how it goes in the comments!

FITSI - faculty development opportunity

In case you missed this email, consider this faculty development opportunity:

FITSI – Save the date.

The 2015 edition of FITSI will be held June 9-11 on the UNH Durham campus. 146 more words

Faculty Development

April 2015 How-to Sessions

Each month, SHSU Online offers face-to-face and completely online technology training/how-to sessions for faculty and staff at Sam Houston State University. In April we are offering 12 face-to-face and 2 online courses to keep faculty and staff connected and in the know. 925 more words

Blackboard

Negotiation Update 3/8

We were back at the table on Friday, March 6.  We gave the administration two counter proposals: 1) Appointments and Assignments and 2) Performance Review and Promotion.   438 more words

Salary

(#250) Motivating the Motivators

Beyond the paycheck and benefits, what is being done
to motivate those who are charged with motivating our students?

Last week, I had the following question posed to me: … 730 more words

Balance

Artifact: Learning Management System Training Module


An eLearning project that has been on my wishlist for some time now has been an asynchronous, on-demand Learning Management System training module that can be accessed by faculty and staff at Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) 24/7. 387 more words

Week 7 in review: TRU YouShow, faculty development, and slow travel photos

TRU visit: I got to spend a couple of days at TRU this week with Alan and Brian and Irwin and lots of other great people.   460 more words