Nathan Doerr, the Curator of Education for the Wyoming State Museum led a discussion about conducting virtual field trips. This is an opportunity to expose students to experiences and opportunities they may not otherwise get. Continue reading
One of the Jamestown Community College faculty wanted to be able to have guest speakers brought into her class as a Webinar. She was also interested in recording the Webinar. She asked for options. I will list what we have available, but if you have options, please share them in the comments. Continue reading
On Monday, 27 April, I attended the NYSCATE Blended Learning Summit in Albany, NY. I was looking forward to the opportunity because the TEI team is currently preparing a faculty workshop on blended learning, and any information I could glean from the summit could help improve the workshop. I walked away with a number of new ideas. Continue reading
Earlier today, I had a SUNY JCC faculty member ask me for options to have her students practice material in a video chat.
“Do you know of any other way to have them connect by video? I would like to have the option of watching the conversations.”
At this time, I would recommend these three free solutions: Google Hangouts, Skype, and Tinychat. Continue reading