Faculty can now register for the annual Emerging Technologies Workshop, 2019.
During the daylong workshop, you will have the opportunity to explore emerging instructional technologies and tools that may assist you in your teaching and scholarship. You will also participate in hands-on activities and discussions with your colleagues and with the ACITS support team about best practices and strategies of successfully implementing these technologies into your classroom.
Wednesday, August 28, 2019
8:30 PM - 3:30PM
Jones Computer Center, room 104
Breakfast and Lunch is included
Here is a tentative list of topics that will be covered at the workshop*:
* a detailed agenda will be emailed to the participants
Giveaway: By attending the full event, participating faculty members will receive a tech-tool giveaway.
Space is limited, please sign up as soon as possible!
Padlet is now available for Faculty, Staff and Students at the Univeristy of Redlands. To activate your account, login at https://redlands.padlet.org/
ThingLink is now available for Faculty, Staff and Students at the Univeristy of Redlands. To use ThingLink, login with Microsoft at https://www.thinglink.com/
Armacast Library rm #138
The University of Redlands has a new augmented and virtual reality and makerspace research center in the Armacost Library—to accelerate innovation in the field and educate the next generation of researchers and practitioners.
Makerspaces have enabled college students to design, prototype, create and iterate using computers, 3D printers, 3D scanners and electronics. They’ve reintroduced a playful element to learning within a ‘sage on the stage’ environment.
Student's will have an opportunity to use their curiosity and creativity to explore new ideas, design solutions and make their concepts come to life.
"Experts at higher ed organizations, like EDUCAUSE, have touted makerspaces as a way for college students to get out of their comfort zones and play with technology to understand, in practice, theories they learn in the classroom. Makerspaces, with their emphasis on creativity and imaginative problem-solving, also tie in nicely with the growing push to instill entrepreneurial thinking — a goal valued by employers and institutions alike. " - Dave Douchette EdTech Magazine
Makerspaces benefit students by allowing them to: