Teaching, Learning & Technology | December 2014

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Important Due Dates

  • TLT's Training Survey (see button below) - DECEMBER 12
  • Un-grant Application - JANUARY 16
  • DE Readiness Course "Summer" Application - APRIL 16

For more information, visit

> > > Click HERE to Complete TLT's Survey < < <

This (2-5 minute) survey provides faculty with the opportunity to request relevant training sessions that accommodate their busy schedules.

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Did You Know?

TLT has a green screen, iPad teleprompter and video equipment that you can use, in J.C. Long 317, on Tuesdays from 1-4 PM - or by appointment?

If you would like to learn how to use this technology to create awesome video lectures, please contact me to schedule an appointment!

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December Newsletter

Click HERE to view a PDF of the newsletter.

Featured articles include:

  • Getting Your Semester Started in OAKS!
  • Dear TLT: Are There Any Note-Taking Apps That Sync With Videos?
  • November Faculty Showcase Recap
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Are You Using Poll Everywhere? It's Free!

Many SSM faculty use Poll Everywhere to engage their students. Are you interested?

Just email me, and I will add you to our site license. I will also provide you with a link to our comprehensive Poll Everywhere tutorial and training schedule.

Top 9 Ways Faculty Use Poll Everywhere

  1. Stimulate discussion
  2. Assess prior knowledge
  3. Confirm understanding
  4. Obtain personal opinions and experiences
  5. Facilitate peer instruction
  6. Evaluate student/group work
  7. Conduct research
  8. Establish a sense of community (e.g., selecting groups based on interests, voting, etc.)
  9. Take attendance
Introducing Poll Everywhere

Questions for TLT?

Do you have an instructional technology or pedagogical question that you believe all of CofC would benefit from knowing the answer? If so, please submit your questions to Dear TLT - TLT's blog advice column.

To submit a question for TLT, please complete the following form:

Please note: Questions will be answered on a first come, first-served basis and added to TLT’s blog as space permits. If you need an immediate response, please don't hesitate to contact me.

Contact Me

Kaitlin Woodlief PhD

Instructional Technologist

School of Sciences and Mathematics