February 15: A Closer Look at Transcription Services

Join us for the next Exploring Learning Technologies community meeting from 10-11:30AM in 346 Hopkins Hall on Friday, February 15. This month we will explore how departments provide transcription and captioning services for their recorded content.

  • During the first half of the meeting, we will hear from OSU departments, including the Office of Distance Education and eLearning and the Office of Disability Services.
  • During the second half, we will hear from four vendors who will share the latest and greatest with their transcription services.
  • All are welcome. RSVPs encouraged: http://go.osu.edu/eltfeb15

January 18: Creating Video Discussions with Flipgrid

Recap:
Thanks Matt and the College of Education and Human Ecology for an engaging and interactive session on Flipgrid. Resources from our meeting are available at: http://go.osu.edu/flipgrid

Description:

Join us for the next Exploring Learning Technologies community meeting scheduled for January 18 from 10-11:30AM in 346 Hopkins Hall. This month we will learn about Flipgrid, a video discussion tool for creating community in the classroom. Matt Yauk, instructor and Academic Technology Director for the College of Education and Human Ecology, will share how he is using Flipgrid to increase peer interactions and instructor presence in online courses.

September 21 ELT: Getting Started with the Padcaster

Recap:

Revisit the presentation and discussion from our session on Getting Started with the Padcaster below:

Check out clips demonstrating the Padcaster here: https://youtu.be/-7qWhSX0ksQ

 

Description:

Interested in learning how to use iPads for media capture? Join us for the next Exploring Learning Technologies community meeting on September 21 from 10-11:30AM in 115 Stillman Hall where we’ll learn how Padcasters, a third party accessory for video capture, are being used on campus. We’ll hear from Kylienne A.C. Shaul from the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences, and Kyle Huffman from the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, on how they have used Padcasters in their department. We’ll then conclude with a hands-on vendor demonstration followed by discussion. All are welcome.