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BbWorld15: Drop-In Trainings - A Buffet Approach to Technology Training - Session Blog

Christala Smith
Director, Center for Instructional Development & Technology
Southeastern Oklahoma State University

Problem with scheduled training classes is low attendance.

Problem solving:

  • have to attend hour long training for 5 minutes of what they need…
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Web Tools for Instructional Design -Haiku Deck

Haiku Deck is a useful alternative to using Keynote or PowerPoint for creating presentations. It is fast, easy and best of all free.

Haiku presentations are characterized by clean, simple design. 211 more words

Instructional Design

Web tools for Instructional Design- Canva

Learners are surrounded by sophisticated graphics in all aspects of daily life. As a consequence if your graphics look homespun and poorly crafted, your course will not be engaging. 192 more words

Instructional Design

Copyright Guidelines for Educators

Maintaining respect for copyright while legally maximizing the educational experience for our learners can be a tricky matter even for educators with the purest of intentions. 37 more words

Instructional Design

12. Decannomics poster (from AAMC-GFA Professional Development Conference)

The following links to a poster presented at the Association of American Medical Colleges Group on Faculty Affairs Professional Development Conference, June 25-28, 2015, Caribe Hilton, San Juan, PR… 127 more words

Let Us Grow Our Own Timbre: Strategies for Faculty Development

Anup K Singh, PhD

“Water, water every where, nor any a drop to drink”. Probably this line by Samuel Taylor Coleridge from his famous poem ‘The Rime of the Ancient Mariner’ best epitomises faculty availability in higher education institution (HERs) in India. 2,212 more words


(#265) That’s Not Teaching. That’s Talking!

Teaching and learning need to remain inextricably connected.

A few weeks ago I had the honor of being placed in the songwriter’s spotlight at the Atlantic Beach (FL) Songwriters’ Night.  532 more words