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So We Made Another Video

Shannon and I, that is. We decided to send out a few quick tips regarding moving from remote instruction to online teaching. Here goes: I would also like to provide a couple of resources for those of us looking for ideas and inspiration. The first one is The K. Patricia Cross Academy. They have a[…]

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Being Mindful of Student Bandwidth Usage: 5 Quick Collaborate Tips

Internet bandwidth is a hot commodity right now as anyone who can is working and/or learning remotely. As a result, many web conferencing tools, including Blackboard Collaborate, are experiencing issues with lagging and poor connections. Adding to this, many students do not have high-speed Internet connections and even some high-speed providers may be experiencing high[…]

Using Cornerstone to Register for Learning Tech Workshops and Courses

A Quick Guide to Signing Up for LT Workshops and Courses Using Cornerstone

If you sign up for any course through the TLC, including those offered by Learning technologies, you’ll need to use Cornerstone. Cornerstone is a relatively new addition to the programs we have here at COD, and many may not really be familiar with how to use it just yet. But that’s OK, we’re here to[…]

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Quick Tip: Use Live Captioning in Google Slides

Are you using Google Slides in your courses? Did you know that there’s a way to integrate live captioning into your Google Slides presentations? It’s an amazing way to open up content both to students with accessibility needs and those who simply prefer reading to listening. Plus, it’s just really cool. How Does It Work?[…]