Professors, want to turn your lecture slides into narrated videos? Want to create tutorial videos for your students? Students, need to record a presentation or Skype call for class? Want to easily demo your work on your e-portfolio? Why? With Camtasia, you can easily record, narrate, and edit your onscreen activity to create professional-quality videos. […]
META LAB and the DLC are collaborating to provide a series of Excel workshops throughout the Fall 2014 semester to support the MIIS community. Learning sessions will progress from introductory topics to more advanced tools and functions. Your facilitator will be META Lab graduate assistant and Data Analysis Teaching Assistant: Amer Shurrab. Excel Learning Series: […]
In our on-going attempts to explore emerging practices and learning opportunities for professional development, the DLC is pleased to announce that we will be hosting a local learning cohort of participants in the Coursera course: Powerful Tools for Teaching and Learning: Digital Storytelling. The 5-week MOOC (massively open online course), scheduled to run September 8 – October 12, […]
Co-sponsored by the MIIS Sustainability Council and the Digital Learning Commons, the biased toward action agenda for this lunch-time working session is the question: “How might we improve and encourage innovation around ‘green teaching’ practices that improve the student learning experience while also achieving campus pro-sustainability goals?” e.g. reducing paper use, conserving energy, leveraging new technologies […]
WORKSHOP: Intro to Screen Recording. April 17, 12:30-1:30 at the DLC. With Camtasia, you can easily record, narrate, and edit your onscreen activity to create professional-quality videos. Come learn the basics of narrated screen capture as well as how to share your videos.
Tuesday, April 1, 2014, 10:00am – 11:30am. DLC Design Space – McGowan 001 (420 Calle Principal). Emerging Practices Teaching Clinic with Professor Netta Avineri – Visualizing “Histories” Yum! Join us for Coffee, Pastries, and Collegial Conversation.
Thursday, March 13, 2014, 12:30-1:30. Brush up on your foundational Excel skills. We’ll go over how to sort your columns and rows, hide what you don’t need (and unhide it if you decide you do), freeze panes to make scrolling easier, calculate summary statistics like mean and standard deviation, and anything else you want to know.
Thursday, February 20, 2014: Come learn how to develop your professional presence on the web! Garner a better understanding of what it takes to maintain a consistent and appropriate showing in cyberspace to attract the attention of employers.
For those of you who attended Profs. Ruehsen and Murphy’s workshop last week on Effective Data Presentation Techniques, here are their slides for your records. For those who were unable to attend, feel free to have a look through and try to identify the most effective and ineffective approaches. If you’re not sure, come by […]
Welcome to today’s workshop on narrating and recording in PowerPoint! Please sign in! Make video You can work with one of your own presentations, or you can use this template google presentation. Download the presentation as a powerpoint file (click the image below to see how). Share video MiddMedia: http://middmedia.middlebury.edu Youtube Similar Resources Keynote Quicktime Camtasia iPad […]