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Serving the Lincoln University community by supporting the effective use of technology in instruction.

 


Teaching with Technology

Online teaching and learning

Apple iPads

Instructions for using classroom technology

Best Instructional Technology Practices

Multimedia Fair Use and Copyrights

Instructor Characteristics That Affect Online Student Success. Faculty Focus, Nov 2, 2012

Articles from Faculty Focus

Publications on Instruction and Technology

ADDIE Model of the Instructional Design Cycle
Wiggins, G., & McTighe, J. Understanding by Design, (2005).

Addie Model od Instructional Design

 

 

 

 

Teaching with Technology

Seven Principles of Undergraduate Teaching Arthur W. Chickering and Zelda Gamson

Implementing the Seven Practices: Technology as Lever, by Arthur W. Chickering and Stephen C. Ehrmann, TLT Group

Bloom's taxonomy revisited

SMARTBoards (interactive whiteboards)

Why should I use SMARTBoards?

Electronic Whiteboard Use - General Information, Raoul Gaston, Summer, 2005, University of Illinois

PowerPoint

How to avoid bad PowerPoint

Clickers

What are clickers and why should I use them?

Using Student Clickers to Foster In-Class Debate. Faculty Focus, Nov 5, 2012

Instructions for using Senteo clickers

To request a Clicker Workshop, complete this form.

Document Cameras

How to use a document camera to display documents, books, journals, graphics and 3-D objects and project them so all students can see. Document cameras enable the use of color, and real objects and documents - so much more than an overhead projector.

Request one for your classroom, x7888

Plagiarism

Plagiarism detection and prevention
Student resources