Academic Technologies News
Please take a moment to read the inaugural quarterly news from the Digital Learning & Engagement Group. In this edition:
- Recap: Meeting with the Chancellor
- Featuring our Amazing Faculty: Dr Chris Wade
- AT Support
- Learn More: Learning Glass
In December we had the opportunity to share some time with our new chancellor Kristin Esteberg and two amazing faculty, Deborah Hathaway and Alan Wood. We spent an hour looking at two courses that Alan and Deborah have created and discussing, why they work and how they fit into the Bothell vision of access. Alan, a founding faculty at Bothell and a faculty emeritus, shared that he sees online learning and hybrid courses as an expression of the original Bothell mission of getting access to those who could not otherwise attend face to face classes in Seattle.
Our colleague Chis Wade makes amazing videos. He makes them for his classes and often other faculty use them in their courses. He is very serious about them as is evidenced by his YouTube Channel. This month we are wondering about videos- who makes them, where they go, and what they do when they get there. Have you ever wondered about that?
Our Academic Technologies team is available to help with elearning, teaching tools, course design, multimedia production, pedagogies, accessibility, and much more.
We have revised how we are sharing our Zoom office hours beginning April 2022. For the first week of each month, we will offer a block time each day to address specific teaching related topics. Of course, you can always join us any time in our physical offices or in Zoom for questions about most anything.
Upcoming support events
Stop by our offices in LBA-204 E any time the first week of the quarter during our Canvas, Coffee & Cookies event, for our gourmet coffee, hot chocolate or tea. We are available from 9am to 4pm and we will also be coming around to your offices just in case you are too busy to find us.
You can also call us anytime at 425.352.5334 or 425.352.3794 and get a real human who can help, right away!
Have questions? You can:
This month we will look at all things video. How to create videos in various applications, places to keep videos and the different qualities of those places. The video shown was created by Gavin Doyle and Deborah Hathaway.
If you have questions about making videos, join us on Zoom from 11am to noon, April 4th through the 8th.
- Monday, April 4th, 11am – Using Video on the Web
There are so many options for creating video – from your phone to more traditional tools. Come learn about the options you have.
- Tuesday, April 5th, 11am – Panopto
Learn the basics of Panopto or how to add quizzes to videos you have already created.
- Wednesday, April 6th, 11am – Learning Glass
While Zoom is most often used as a tool for collaboration, it can also be used to create interviews or lecture type of content.
- Thursday, April 7th, 11am – YouTube
Do you know that YouTube is a powerful place to organize and share resources? Come learn how to use YouTube!
- Friday, April 8th, 11am – Keynote Live Video on Macs
For Mac users, a new feature in Keynote allows you to make some really amazing videos. We will show you how.
We are fortunate to have a Learning Glass lightboard right here on campus available for faculty to use! What is a lightboard you ask, well, here is what your colleagues are creating with it!