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Learning@Richmond April 2012 Issue

March 30, 2012 Lead Story, Learning@Richmond, Teaching and Learning No Comments

April 2012 Issue

Associate Professor of Anthropology, Jan French was among the first University of Richmond faculty to redesign a course around the Apple iPad2.  The iPad was used in Dr. French’s 200 level Ethnographic Field Methods course in which eight students worked together to research, understand, and produce a presentation of how UR students use, feel, and think about the library.   The iPads served as an “all-in-one” tool – the students used it to photograph, record and video interviews and focus groups, take notes, read articles, and draw maps.

Did you know that ‘Prezi Meeting’ is included with all Prezi licenses? This feature allows you to edit, create, and show prezis with others in real time. We’ll help you can get started using ‘Prezi Meeting.’

Plus a word from CTLT Director Kevin J. T. Creamer, the remaning Spring CTLT Calendar, and which mobile apps your CTLT liaison uses the most.

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If you have any comments, questions, or ideas for future issues, please contact the Learning@Richmond editor, Dr. Matthew Trevett-Smith.

Links featured in this issue:

CTLT Liaison Blog
CTLT Spring 2012 Workshop Schedule
CTLT Training & Classes
Pizza & Pedagogy Schedule

Comment on this Article:

The CTLT liaisons are the bridge between teaching and technology. The liaison group collaborates primarily with University of Richmond faculty to effectively incorporate technology into the teaching and learning processes. We deal with diverse technologies, and are happy to work with any skill level.

Jon Messer Corrina Waxman