Monthly Archives: October 2017

Four Cool Tech Tools Report

Tweet The Four Cool Tech Tools workshop covered lots of exciting tools for enhancing your classroom! The tools covered in the workshop were Edpuzzle, DropBox, Pixabay, VoiceThread, and FlipGrid. Edpuzzle is a web-based tool that allows you to take videos … Continue reading

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Pause, Play, Repeat: Using Pause Procedure in Online Microlectures

Tweet Guest post from Magna Faculty Focus by Judith Dutill and Melissa Wehler. Contact DEIT for help implementing these ideas in your course. Applying this definition to microlectures, pause procedure becomes the deliberate plan to build in moments that guide … Continue reading

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Haunted PowerPoint Slides in Dooling Hall?

Tweet In Dooling Hall classrooms, have you experienced PowerPoint slides that mysteriously advance on their own? Is it the ghost of Father Dooling? Probably not. More likely, it is a case of slide advancer remotes that have disappeared from their … Continue reading

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DEIT Faculty Survey

Tweet The DEIT Faculty Survey is an effort by the Distance Education and Instructional Technology department to collect specific information about how DEIT’s services are viewed and utilized. The short survey covers such topics as: Workshops Help Desk Responses to … Continue reading

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Student Lingo Reborn!

Tweet Something here at DeSales has a whole new look!  Have you heard? StudentLingo has released a fresh new website. It is even more user-friendly than before and has many new features to help students get the most out of … Continue reading

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