Spring 2014 Webinars
Mobile Technologies can Make Learning Engaging and FUN!April 1, 2014 - 2:00pm-3:00pm Eastern TimeRegister Online
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Presenter: Jeannine Burgess, Instructional Technology, Palm Beach State College
Studies show that instructors can create more interactive lessons with mobile technologies. Mobile tools can help instructors be more organized, encourage students to be more self-directed, and enhance an instructor’s ability to implement quality, engaging, digital content into online classes. Jeannine Burgess will share concrete strategies for implementing m-Learning activities. She will provide links to mobile apps and share examples of interactive activities, with their success rates in various disciplines. For example, she will demonstrate how students can use mobile technologies to present a topic, capture a moment, or share an idea. Attend this session to learn how to effectively integrate technology to help students learn, and implement engaging activities to make Learning FUN!
The archive for this presentation will be available on Blackboard Collaborate until May 31, 2014.
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