Quick Links: Cumulative List of Technologies we Support
"For now you can download your snaps from Snapchat and edit them into a LMS compatible video. We'd recommend keeping an eye out for future uses of these or similar video capture glasses that will allow you to record longer videos in the same 115 degree HD quality."
Student engagement is almost always improved when students feel like their instructor is interested in what they produce. Use #SocialMediaMonday as a way to look over the previous week and highlight student-produced videos or tweets.
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The Educational Technology Development Center
The ETDC offers in-person and distance support for faculty in creating content, editing and recording lectures, and evaluating the best technological resources for faculty use. We work one-on-one with faculty to support their technological needs and improve student engagement. In essence, we are reference librarians for technology, helping to provide the best resources and to make their use as easy as possible.
ETDC services include:
The ETDC is available through the libraries on both the Missouri and Arizona campuses. The center includes state-of-the-art Windows and recording equipment. These are available both for use in teaching you how to make effective digital content, and in supporting you in your production of more sophisticated, interactive content.
The ETDC Staff and the IT Department will continue to explore new technology and applications that can further strengthen our ability to provide quality educational online content.
To initiate a project, call or email Kirsty Gaither, ETDC Director, at 480-245-6259 or email@example.com to set up a time for an initial consultation. On the Missouri campus, you may also contact Susan Swogger (firstname.lastname@example.org, (660) 626-2340.
Want to book the ETDC recording studio on the Mesa, AZ campus? Check the calendar availability here!
ETDC Recording Studio Schedule