Apr 22

Google Tips: I didn’t know Google could do that…

At some point, Google stopped being just a search engine and became… Well… A compendium of useful technology services you never knew you needed, but can’ live without. From Gmail, to YouTube, to Webmaster Tools and all points in between, Google has a vast, and sometimes nebulous, offering of services, resources and applications to help …

Continue reading »

Permanent link to this article: http://sites.tamuc.edu/innovations/google-tips-i-didnt-know-google-could-do-that/

Apr 09

Textbook Publishers and Learning Management Systems: Do We Even Want Them to Get Along?

An article in The Chronicle posted last month online, “Textbook Publishers Push to Provide Full Learning Experience,” posed an interesting question about the future of online teaching and learning: how immersive do we truly want our technology systems to be? It is not a jump to say that, technologically, products which are designed to work …

Continue reading »

Permanent link to this article: http://sites.tamuc.edu/innovations/textbook-publishers-and-learning-management-systems-do-we-even-want-them-to-get-along/

Mar 31

PowerPoint Facilitating Students “Meeting” Each Other in Online Classes

A challenging aspect of online classes is the isolated sense that students can sometimes feel, somewhat disconnected from their instructor and even fellow classmates.  Instructors continually discover innovative ways to build student community in their online courses.  From encouraging online study groups via social media tools, to interacting via the online “Student Lounge” in the LMS, there …

Continue reading »

Permanent link to this article: http://sites.tamuc.edu/innovations/powerpoint-facilitating-students-meeting-each-other-in-online-classes/

Feb 24

Camtasia

At the Faculty Center, we often get a lot of questions from faculty about how to best record their lectures for online classes. This is a common inquiry with only one answer, CAMTASIA. Camtasia offers professors the opportunity to be able to deliver their content to off-site students, re-use their lecture videos each semester, & …

Continue reading »

Permanent link to this article: http://sites.tamuc.edu/innovations/camtasia/

Feb 05

Tip: VPN for iOS lets you update your faculty website from your iPad

Have you ever wanted to update your Cascade faculty website from your iPad or iPhone? This is a fairly common question, but the standard answer has always been that to access Cascade Server, you have to be on an Ethernet-connected campus computer, or connected via VPN. 

Continue reading »

Permanent link to this article: http://sites.tamuc.edu/innovations/tip-vpn-for-ios-lets-you-update-your-faculty-website-from-your-ipad/

Older posts «