Creating interactive videos for your class offers a different learning experience for students, increases student engagement with media content, and provides a way to gauge student comprehension of content through checking in on what they understand. Let’s start with some of the basics…
What are “interactive videos” exactly?
I’m using this phrase broadly to include any type of a lesson or assignment where students watch a video and answer questions, post comments, or engage in the video in some type of way.
Educational Technology Services: it is quite the fancy title, but what exactly do we do? Does ETS fix broken projectors? What can an EdTech help with exactly? Well, hopefully, this post can provide a general breakdown.
The Educational Technology Services (ETS) team is overseen by the Director of ETS, Donnie Sendelbach, and consists of two groups: Media Technology and EdTechs.
Featured Video: Reseating Classroom Devices
Today I (Kelli) learned a new troubleshooting term: reseat. No, it does not mean to change your seat to a new computer when something does not work. It means to unplug and then plug in a peripheral device when it is not working on the computer. Basically, if you are in the classroom and the camera cuts out, or even the mouse stops working, the first thing to do is to check the USB connection and “reseat” the device.
*VIDEO COMING SOON*
While you can use two computers to teach on Zoom in a hybrid class setting, you will only be able to log in with your Denison account on one of the computers. Keep this in mind as you will need to be a guest on the other computer. Please see the instructions below.
New Notebowl Features
The latest update from Notebowl rolled out for Denison on Friday, January 15, 2021. See the list below for all of the new Notebowl features.