As you prepare for the fall 2018 semester, we would like to share some tech tools that you could use for your teaching. If you have any questions about any of these tools, please contact the Instructional Technology Services (email@example.com).
Create a course site and organize all the course related materials in one platform:
Use a computer: All classrooms have a computer, but you are welcome to bring your own laptop.
Project: All classrooms have a projection system with attached cables.
In all rooms, you can project from iPads and iPhones with AirServer.
In some rooms, you can project from any device with Mersive Solstice Pod* (check IITS website).
Record: Use Panopto to record your lectures and make the recordings available via Moodle. You can use Panopto in all classrooms. Some rooms have built-in video cameras and microphones. (Check IITS website)
Assess: Use clickers (Turning Technologies) for formative assessment.
Collaborate: Use zoom *(video conferencing tool) to collaborate with others.
Outside the classroom
Assign students to work on projects:
Haverford Sites: create own domain name and websites.
VoiceThread: create online presentations and share them with classmates via Moodle.
Media Equipment: borrow video cameras, DSLR cameras, audio recorders, etc for projects. Reserve it online and check out in Stokes 205 during the open hours.