In this episode I discuss the EdSurge article "5 Reasons We Will Avoid Edtech Conferences". Covering valid points from their article and where they missed their mark.
I discuss 3 areas that should be focused on when planning faculty development workshops in order to increase the number of people that will attend.
Also, quick look at Adobe Spark. Something educators might find a use for.
We take a close look at what it means to communicate with students. And discuss ways to improve how you communicate with students. Also, where does video fit into all of this?
On this episode I have a conversation with Kyle Johnson, Dean for Information Technology and Services at Chaminade University, @kyleejohnson. We discuss the push pull relationship of technology and education.
Get ready for a great discussion, and spoiler alert, we don't agree on everything.
This is the first of a set of podcasts recapping topics that came up at the OLCInnovate conference this year.
This podcast is looking at how limiting position titles are and explores one way we can change to improve presenting what it is educators actually do.
On this episode we take a look at what social media is popular in higher education. And focus on what, if any, place Snapchat has in the world of higher education. Using Ai (pronounced as “I”) Zhang's guest post on iSocialFanz.com on 5 Ways to Use Snapchat as A Teaching and Learning Tool in Higher Education.
If you want to join into my conversation on Snapchat. You can add me http://www.snapchat.com/add/dkampmann.
Welcome to this episode where we talk about student notification overload. With many of the new features on edtech tools involving notifications, I fear we are in or are headed to a time of notification overload for students.
I also discuss another of my favorite apps I tell all my students to use.