Experiment with mobile devices in your teaching Do you want to explore ways to incorporate your own or students’ mobile devices (e.g., smartphones, tablets, or laptops) into your teaching? This is your opportunity, you can now submit a Mobile Learning…
Facebook groups allow instructors to facilitate a collaborative forum on a site that's already familiar to many students.
New Twitter users will be pleasantly surprised by how the tool can be seamlessly integrated into classroom lectures and other coursework.
Google Drive is flexible, easy to use, and excellent for collaboration.
Prezi is a virtual whiteboard that turns linear presentations into interactive, collaborative, and multi-linear narratives.
Piazza is more engaging, consistent, and provides more options to facilitate learning (both inside and outside the classroom) than the default Blackboard discussion board.
With a wide array of features and capabilities, WordPress is a great platform to use whether you are interested in starting a course blog or promoting your research (or both).
The Teacher’s Aide app allows instructors to take attendance through a single finger tap.
GIS Cloud Mobile Data Collection app provides a low-cost and feature-rich alternative to other geographical information system (GIS) collection services and devices.
Poll Everywhere allows anyone to gather instant feedback through multiple-choice and open-ended prompts.