Planbook — https://planbook.com/
idoceo — http://www.idoceo.net/index.php/en/
Explain Everything – students use the app to create presentations and reflections for class. Of course instructors can use to to create as well.
symbalooEDU – link management and sharing (can be embedded into blackboard) http://www.symbalooedu.com/
blendspace – digital content collection tool – students use this to create their own collection that goes into their eportfolio. https://www.tes.com/lessons
Next – Sophia Georgiakaki from Tompkins-Cortland Community College
MyOpenMath — https://www.myopenmath.com/ looks like an LMS
Next – Paul Seeburger, Monroe Community College
online lecture components:
Lecture Videos – used camptasia with TOC
OER Textbook – problems and readings aligned to lecture videos http://tutorial.math.lamar.edu/Classes/DE/DE.aspx
WeBWork online homework –
Graded Written Assignments and quizzes – submitted as a single pdf
online visualization tool .. direction fields and calcplot3d
graded online discussions
student video presentations (typically between 3-8 minutes) – they are posted to a course wiki – the videos help build community, and serve as a tool for review. they are required to watch and respond to each others videos. Sometimes he uses student videos in future teaching.
includes time estimates for each component within Blackboard
If there is anything that makes me happy, it is when a new tech item actually fits into how education properly functions. Last week, we finally pulled the trigger and ordered the manufacture of a Lightboard from the SoMAS Ocean Instrument Laboratory.
This is why a Lightboard is so awesome… it lets an instructor do what they already are great at… write on a surface (traditionally a chalk board or a white board) while explaining concepts, but facing towards the students. The reason that this works, is because we are going to record this to video – not teach in front of a live audience. That way, you can point the camera into a mirror, or flip the video in post-production so that it is readable to the audience.
You have a few options for this. You can reserve a room that has SBCapture built in, and let us know the schedule so I can setup the recording. You need to use a mic when recording, so talk to the AV desk if you are unsure about that part.
You can record your lecture with a camera (or ipad/iphone), and get me the recording afterwards and I can publish it to your course. I have some courses that drop off camcorders and others that share files with me via Google Drive. I even have one instructor that sends me the recordings created when using Doceri.
Still shots of the video captured from each available room for room based capture in SBCapture (in addition to this video stream, students are also presented with the video feed of what is projected in the room):