• ITS  Learning and Technology

    Faculty are encouraged to use the tools and references below as you imagine ways that you might incorporate technology into your classroom presentations and learning activities.

    Meeting the Demands of the Digital Age

    • Teaching with Technology: Tools and strategies to improve student learning.
    • EDUCAUSE ELI: Defines Learning Technologies and explores current topics in the application of innovative technologies to post-secondary education.

    Developing Presentations and Activities

    Digital natives are engaged by visual media. Use these resources as you develop learning activities for the classroom.

    • PowerPoint Templates
    • Google Presentations provide functionality similar to PowerPoint and the presentations are stored online. Easy for sharing. When a user edits a presentation, it is automatically updated online in all web sites where it is located
    • Prezi is a cloud-based presentation software and storytelling tool for presenting ideas on a virtual canvas. It employs a unique zooming user interface, which allows users to zoom in and out of their presentation media.

    Learning Content for your Discipline: Simulations, Exercises

    • Merlot is a course content repository created by faculty, for faculty. Discipline-specific content for the classroom or online. Peer reviewed and immediately available.

    Using Video in the Classroom

    Incorporating Pictures, Music and Sound:

    Want to add music to your presentations or digital materials? CCAC faculty and students may download music from royalty free sites. Please ensure that you are following all copyright laws and college policies when using pictures, music, and sound from the internet.

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