University of California, Merced
Teaching with Twitter: How to Use 140 Characters to Engage Students: CRTE Teaching with New Media Series workshop
Workshop | February 19 | 10-11 a.m. | 260 Kolligian Library
5200 North Lake Rd, Merced, CA 95343
Mike Truong, associate director, CRTE
Center for Research on Teaching Excellence
No matter the course, there's a role for new media in enriching teaching and learning experiences.
Attendees can earn a certificate and learn more about new media approaches to teaching that blend audio, video, web and other multimedia into assignments and activities, increasing student engagement and improving learning outcomes.
Throughout this series, we'll explore different approaches, including digital writing such as discussion forums, blogs and wikis; audio/video communication including multimedia projects, video essays, audio commenting and web-conferencing; mobile learning such as apps for smartphones and tablets; and electronic portfolios and assessment.
The session is limited to 12 participants. Lunch will be provided. To reserve your spot, register today. Click here to register.
This workshop is open to all faculty (Senate and non-Senate), postdoctoral scholars and instructional staff interested in learning how to integrate new media in their curriculum. To qualify for a certificate, participants are required to: a) attend one practicum workshop in July, August, December or January; b) attend four seminar series-designated workshops during the academic year; and 3) submit a final project such as a newsletter article, faculty guide, etc.
Requirements must be completed within 2012-13 academic year. Here is a list of future workshops.
To get information about other CRTE services, see the site or contact Mike Truong at email@example.com.
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