Tag Archives: ETC :: Educational Technology Coffee Break

Learner Motivation as it Relates to Pedagogy

April 9, 2010

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So, one day you wake up and the moment your feet hit the ground you are ready to go and tackle whatever the day has to offer you. Whatever project or task comes your way doesn’t stand a chance to your ferocious tenacity to ‘get er done’. Then another day comes around and takes everything […]

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OAT Podcasts

June 22, 2009

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The Office of Academic Technology releases regular podcasts to profile new technologies as well as interview faculty to see how they are using technology in their teaching. The podcasts can be played below in iTunes. You can subscribe to the podcasts by clicking on the “subscribe via iTunes” link below. ETC: The Educational Technology Coffee […]

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Last OATmeal Reflects on Past, Looks Toward the Future

June 11, 2009

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The final OATmeal faculty buck lunch of the 2008-09 academic year is finished. But not without a tease about what is to come. About 20 faculty joined OAT staff in the Ralph Carey Forum to celebrate the past year and look toward the future. Jason Archer reviewed key messaging conduits for faculty to interface for […]

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Latest ETC Podcast :: Introduction to LAMS

October 24, 2007

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Listen to the latest Educational Technology Podcast which features the teaching technology called LAMS. LAMS stands for Learning Activity Management System. Professor Allan Carrington, Learning Designer from University of Adelaide in Australia, introduces a cutting-edge concept for taking Blackboard or online learning to the next level. The basic principle is from moving online learning from […]

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Podcasts Become a Regular Feature of OAT

October 1, 2007

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The Office of Academic Technology is headed to iTunes. Specifically iTunes University. Beginning immdiately, OAT will be releasing a weekly episode featuring emerging technologies and the potential effect they have on teaching. Randy Meredith, director of Academic Technology, is excited about this initiative. “In order to begin to not only model but provide another resource […]

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