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WoodruffLibrary

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Workshop at the Robert W. Woodruff Library of the Atlanta University Center:

 notes, materials, and discussion


FULL DAY AGENDA


9:00am – 10:15 -- Introductions & Session 1

 

10:15-10:30 -- Break

 

10:30- Noon -- Session 2: new literaries

 

 

12:00pm – 1:00pm     Lunch

 

1-2:30 -- Session 3: the flipped classroom

    • content outside of class (lectures, instructions, explanations); activities in class (writing, translation, discussion, archival work); plus student work outside of class

    • problems: dislike of recording; lack of improv and serendipity; time management 

    • an old idea w/new technologies 

    • audio: Audacity,  Garageband (free audiobook content: Librivox)

    • video:  iMovie, Premiere, Moviemaker

    • screencasts, narrated PowerPoint (Camtasia) (example: Drawing at Clark Atlanta)

    • modified classroom techniques

    • example: Khan Academy 

    • need clickers?  Here's the guru. Socrative 

 

2:30-2:45 -- Break

 

2:45- 4:30 -- Session 4 & Wrap Up

 

    • topics remaining

    • emergent themes from the day 

      • privacy

      • being deliberate about content creation

      • faculty spontaneity in class, in syllabus

      • filtering 

    • How do you keep up? 

      • stalking experts

      • faculty institutes

      • " workshops

      • " development 

      • try stuff out

      • colleagues

      • publishers 

      • corporate help

      • professional conferences 

      • Youtube tutorials

      • Wired.com 

      • ProfHacker, Wired Campus 

    • Next steps

 

 


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