Category: Apps

iPad App for LearningStudio (eCollege)

Pearson Learning Studio Courses app icon

The Center for Faculty Excellence & Innovation is happy to announce that Pearson has released an update to their Pearson LearningStudio Courses app and that it is ready for download and use on the campus of A&M-Commerce.  Once you download the app, search for Texas A&M University-Commerce.  You will then be asked to login using …

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The New VoiceThread

Greetings Instructors! The New VoiceThread is here! VoiceThread, an interactive presentation tool, has a sleek new look and some useful new features. On Wednesday, October 1st, the new VoiceThread will be enabled for A&M-Commerce.  Accessing VoiceThread through your online course shell by clicking on the VoiceThread Course Item will remain the same. We’ve compiled several …

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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. 

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Apple TV/iPad Tips

A few notes and tricks about our Air Play set up in Ed South 131: First you’ll need wireless access.  Note that you need to be on the same wireless network as the Apple TV device in order to use Air Play with it. Below are step-by-step instructions of how to Access the Apple TV network …

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Classroom Apple TV Pilot

This summer semester we ventured into the unknown with our first Apple TV pilot.  We’ve seen many other schools do it and we had a curious faculty member willing to be the test subject…er, innovator.  Ed South room 131 became our testing ground.  After installing a projector with HDMI input, and some additional network and …

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