Today I was one of the presenters in the following session:
22-201 Academic Teaching and Biblical Studies
11/22/2009 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM Room: Studio 9 – MR
Theme: Distance Learning: How to teach traditional topics in a non-traditional format
I’ve posted links to some of the resources mentioned in my portion of session below. An updated list (including material from the other presenters) will be kept on the SBL 2009 Pedagogy page of my blog. Check back again to find more material as we (the five presenters) update the links.
- CDW-G survey 2008: The 21st-Century Campus: Are We There Yet? Challenges and Opportunities for Campus Technology
- CDW-G survey 2009: The 2009 21st-Century Campus Report: Defining the Vision
- Campus Technology article 11/3/2009: Students Unimpressed with Faculty Use of Ed Tech
- Campus Technology article 10/28/2009: Most College Students to Take Classes Online by 2014
- Michelle Everson, University of Minnesota:10 Things I’ve Learned About Teaching Online
- Moodle: Open Source community-based tools for learning
- Elluminate: web, audio, video, and social networking solutions for teaching, learning, and collaborating
- LearnCentral: social learning network for education, sponsored by Elluminate
A few of the tools mentioned by Brooke Lester:
- Wetpaint: A site solely for creating wikis
- Diigo: Social bookmarking, highlighting, and commenting of web pages.
- Netvibes: Bringing feeds to a central location from blogs, from wikis, from Diigo, from Twitter, from Yahoo Pipes, and so on.
- Yahoo Pipes: Grouping, filtering, ordering RSS feeds from anywhere.
Check his resource page for more links and tutorials to use these resources.