Technology for Teaching Day 2017 Report

We’re proud to release this year’s Technology for Teaching Day 2017 report, full of supplemental links related to our annual CELT/IITS collaboration that focuses on developing our faculty’s relationship with technology in the classroom.

Download the report:

If you’d like to work with us for next Technology for Teaching Day or in development sessions through the Fall & Spring semesters, contact us at today!


Technology for Teaching Day Report 2016

image002Each year, we try to gather all the supplemental material that complements Technology for Teaching Day and post it here for those who could and could not attend. We had a great day this year, followed up by great progress towards our online summer courses, which is why this post is a bit late. It’s always a busy time for us when faculty are growing and experimenting.

Please review this year’s report: (PDF). Use the download button to save a copy to your computer or tablet for summer reading.

If you’d like more information about any of the resources, don’t hesitate to contact us. We’re here all summer, ready to provide guidance and assistance for any educational technology opportunities that enhance your teaching and learning.

Technology for Teaching Day 2016

Each year, we celebrate technology as it pertains to educational and instructional development. This is an internal event for King’s Faculty on May 17, beginning at 11:00 AM. We’ll be featuring a variety of sessions related to the topics below. Check your King’s email for all the pertinent links to register, and we’ll see you there!

IITS Understand developments in IITS
Meet the expanding eno system, bringing new life to interactive whiteboards.
Work from anywhere with Stoneware.
faculty See what your faculty peers are doing
Manage groups and live quizzing with John Mischler.
Get social with M. Sheileen Godwin’s social media techniques for programs and classes.
tools Find new uses for our existing resources
See the vast Turnitin system and what’s to come.
Guide your students to through library research.
Ready yourself and students with creative quizzing.
blended Learn to engage students outside of class
Identify what “blended learning” means and how to try it out in your courses.
See how flipped lectures can help you be even more effective in class.