Learning Technology Consultation
Our training staff can assist faculty to identify technology tools to enhance teaching and learning and implement them effectively whether teaching face-to-face, hybrid, or completely online.
Our Learning Technology Consultants can meet with faculty individually to discuss technology needs and recommend or research products that are pedagogically relevant. They work closely with CETL and can refer faculty to other LTS staff as necessary. Part of their job is to research new technologies and review them, so if they don't know about a technology for teaching and learning, they can learn!
If you are interested in scheduling an appointment, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Video Streaming Options: A Comparison of Kaltura, V-Brick, and YouTube
- Recording Audio into PPT on a Mac...
- How to Set a Transparent Background on an Image in PowerPoint 2013
- Introducing Students to Turnitin's Originality Check as a Learning Tool
- Accessibility/Universal Design at UWEC
- Embedding Twitter into a D2L Widget
- Learning Analytics Summer Institute (LASI)
- Creating an Accessible PDF
- Online Grading via D2L (mostly)
- Embedding a Blog into the D2L News Area: Optimal Blog Settings
- How to Record Audio in PowerPoint 2013 and Publish Using iSpring Free
- Why Universal Design?
- Universal Design for Online Learning
- Avoid "Drag and Drop" Images in Google Blogger
- How to See the Student View of the Gradebook in D2L
- Copying HTML Pages in D2L V 10.1
- Grading D2L Dropbox Submissions on an iPad
- LucidChart Educator Accounts
- Publishing and Uploading Adobe Presenter to D2L
- Getting Started with Camtasia for Windows
- Video Streaming Site Options
- Google Chromecast
- Types of Instructional Videos
- Why I'm Such a Big Fan of YouTube
- 10 Tips for Making a Good Webcam or "Talking Head" Video
Specialties: Effective design for online and hybrid courses, active learning classrooms, pedagogy for collaborative and active learning
Follow Laura's blog at http://lauramiddlesworth.blogspot.com/.
Recent blog posts:
- A case for the group exam.
- "Teaching without learning is just talking."
- Achieving "flow" with classroom activities
- Staying on the perimeter to stand with the class
- Why I continue to incorporate active learning
- Getting started with Padlet
- Using Padlet to initiate in-class (and out-of-class) discussions
- What I learned from my first week teaching in an active learning classroom
- Checking course resources & welcoming students
- Instructional Strategies & Learning Objectives
- Planning for the first day of an active learning class
- Countdown for course prep: one month to go!
- Managing mobile devices and laptops in the classroom
- What are students and instructors doing while in an active learning classroom?
- Driver or passenger?
- Formulating group ground rules
- Group work advice for students
- Clear objectives are a must for group work
- Roles and structuring positive interdependence in groups
- Homogeneous vs. heterogeneous group formation
- Self-selection or random assignment as options for short-term groups
- A process for sorting students into diverse teams
- An example 'glog' & its potential for a group project
- Collaborative learning as a form of active learning
- Collaboration & digital posters