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Undiscovered treasures. PROJECT. Getting to Know UW Madison’s Learning Technology Toolbox. OCTOBER 13, 2001. DATE. PRESENTERS. THERESA PESAVENTO (LSS) & JOHN THOMSON (AT). BACKGROUND. Building in the Basics Principles. PRINCIPLES. 1. Determine your objectives 2. Plan based on goals - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • PROJECTDATEPRESENTERSOCTOBER 13, 2001THERESA PESAVENTO (LSS) & JOHN THOMSON (AT)Undiscovered treasuresGetting to Know UW Madisons Learning Technology Toolbox

  • Building in the Basics Principles1. Determine your objectives2. Plan based on goals3. Equip your students4. Leverage your activities5. Reflect on outcomes

    *Consider accessibility


  • Presentation, Publishing, and Content Delivery-Create real-world situations-Provide interaction with course materials-Deliver course content in new ways

    PROJECTGOALSTOOLSCase Scenario BuilderLearn@UW e-Portfolio

    Also: Moodle, Learn@UW Course Builder, Library Course Pages, Lecture Capture

  • Collaboration and CommunicationGoogle AppsWiScholar &Collaborative Sites

    Also: WiscChat

    PROJECTTOOLSGOALS-Create virtual learning space-Foster online discussions-Integrate in-class and out-of-class learning spaces

  • Administration and FeedbackQualtricsDoodle

    Also: WiscCal, Classlists, WiscList, Lesson Share

    PROJECTTOOLSGOALS-Improve feedback/eval turn-around time-Become more efficient-Share materials with colleagues

  • MultimediaiTunesUYouTubeiMovieAudacity

    PROJECTTOOLSGOALS-Encourage creativity-Keep students engaged in new ways-Teach to/with current, everyday technologies

  • Emerging ToolsSyntax UntanglerLSS MobileARIS

    PROJECTTOOLSGOALS-Be aware of up-and-coming teaching technologies-Consider new ideas for use in the classroom-Enhance your own professional development and teaching portfolio

  • Implement some of these tools in your teachingPROJECTTASKQuickly brainstorm how you might incorporate some of these tools into your teaching (or how you already have, if you have used any of these)

    If you have questions or other ideas about how to use these tools in your teaching, we would love to hear from you!

    Theresa: theresa@lss.wisc.edu John: jthomsonjr@doit.wisc.edu