Full- and part-time faculty, graduate students and teaching assistants are invited to attend "Beyond Lecture Capture: Interactive Uses for Tegrity," from 3-4:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 14, in room 213 in Des Peres Hall.
The workshop will be facilitated by Michaella Thornton, assistant director of the Reinert Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning; and Srikanth Mudigonda, assistant professor in the computer science technology program at the School of Professional Studies.
While technologies such as Tegrity are especially adept at providing rewindable learning artifacts of past lectures for students, there are many more active, learner-centered applications and research-based pedagogical strategies professors can use both inside and outside of the classroom.
During this free 90-minute workshop participants will actively investigate, discuss and share additional ways to leverage Tegrity in the classroom, including, but not limited to, having students and professors create bite-sized tutorials and individual or small-group presentations; showcasing ways professors and students may give formative feedback on projects and writing assignments; exploring the collaborative note-taking and bookmarking features of Tegrity; building student-created digital resource libraries; and much more.
Registration is required and can be done online. For more details about CTTL events, visit the Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning website.