Quick introductions by those attending today’s meeting. Tim Rhodus demonstrated the auto-tracking feature of a Swivl by passing around the remote control.
Student response systems and ODEE Grant Programs were also discussed.
Join us for the fourth meeting of the iPads in the Classroom Community (iPCC) on April 17th (4/17) from 11:00AM-12:30PM in 115 Stillman. No registration is required. This session will open the floor for discussion on hardware, software, apps, device management, pedagogy, and more. For more info please join our group on Yammer or e-mail Jacob Bane at email@example.com.
Good Afternoon ELT Community,
Just sending a friendly reminder about tomorrow’s (2/21) ELT/iPCC Community meeting. We’ll be in PAES 143 from 11:30-1PM where we’ll take a closer look at iPad implementations both at the university and course level.
Cory Tressler will open our meeting with a closer look at Cal State Northridge’s iPad program. View more about the myCSUNtablet iPad initiative here: http://www.slideshare.net/dzell/i-pad-you-pad-we-all-pad
Nicole Kraft will spend the second part of our meeting sharing her experiences and lessons learned from redesigning her course to leverage iPads, which were distributed to all of her students. Get a sneak peak of her work here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yjjKi4uryCw
If it’s the third Friday of the month…it’s ELT!
Anand Khurma, MA
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I put together a brief slideshow to compare the amount of screen real estate being used on a LCD or HD monitor when streaming the iPad to AirServer or Apple TV. Caution: your mileage may vary but I still endorse AirServer as the way to go.
Using an LCD projector with 1024×768 resolution:
Using an HD Monitor with 1080P resolution:
The second meeting of iPads in the Classroom Community (iPCC) has arrived! Join us on November 7th from 12-1:00PM in 115 Stillman. This brownbag session will open the floor for discussion on hardware, software, apps, device management, pedagogy, and more! For more information please join our group on Yammer or e-mail Jacob Bane at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The September 20th kickoff event for iPads in the Classroom Community at Ohio State University was a great success, SRO. A two-part recording of the presentations is available on YouTube and includes: Welcome and introductions – Anand Khurma, What you can expect – Cynthia Dassler, OSU Status – Cory Tressler, Pedagogy – Tim Rhodus, iPad use in H&CS – Tim Rhodus, iPad use in EEOB – Cynthia Dassler, iPad use in MBOE – Jacob Bane, iPad use in OSUMB – Charlie King, Update from Mike Hofherr, Deployment – Mike Kaylor, Communications – Jacob Bane and Group Logistics – Cynthia Dassler.
The iPads in the Classroom group will be meeting face-to-face multiple times per semester, yet our hope is that the discussion of ideas is ongoing.
The OSU Yammer site at, https://www.yammer.com/osu.edu, is the primary means of communication for the group. If you have not enrolled in the OSU Yammer site you will have to create an account. You can search for the iPads in the Classroom group once logged in to the OSU Yammer site. The group is open and will show up with a search. Once in the group, you will see all of the related discussions and planning.
The iPads in the Classroom group is also using Twitter to share ideas, #LTosu is being used to identify group topics.
The iPads in the Classroom group was formed with the goal to engage and involve faculty and staff in sharing ideas and best practices for iPad deployment. The first meeting will be on September 20th, 2013 from 10:00-11:30am in PAES 143. You do not need to RSVP. The preliminary meeting is in conjunction with the preexisting OSU Campus group Exploring Learning technologies (ELT) and the new iPad Group.