These technologies are not supported by USF, but nonetheless may be worth investigating to enhance your teaching.
- Flipped Classroom: Use recorded PowerPoint lectures and convert them to Flash video to deliver content online, and then reserve your face-to-face class time for groupwork and other activities rather than lecture. Learn how at our tutorial. Uses free software Screencast-o-Matic and YouTube.
- Articulate: This software specializes in live web conferences, though it can be used for other online management purposes or to record lectures. This software is NOT free even for USF users; there have been some limited licenses given out by Innovative Education.
Tech Camp is an informal drop-by atmosphere of seeing technologies for teaching demonstrated. Each technology is shown in an academic context, but the "how to" is left for the comprehensive Technologies for Teaching booklet (or follow-up consultations with ATLE on an individual basis, as desired). We focus on showing "what is possible" in these 15-minute parlor sessions. Feel free to come to as many (or as few) sessions as you would like!