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Adobe Captivate Interactive Practice and Assessment Templates Create engaging interactive practice and assessment activities with Adobe Captivate templates to deliver in class or on multiple devices (computer, iPad, phone).

The focus includes an overview of how to use Captivate templates to design and develop interactive practice and assessment activities. The workshop will include samples of work that participants can then use to follow the visual process steps to create their own activities to include in Online@UT, their own classroom website, classroom presentations, etc.

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BYOD wirelessly with Wolfvision Cynap Available in some classrooms across campus, the Wolfvision Cynap allows instructors and students to wirelessly connect to the Cynap to present, annotate, record, and take notes. The Cynap works with most devices including Android or iPad tablets, smart phones, and laptops. Students can record the stream of the presentation on their devices. The instructor can also control who can present, making student presentations easy to connect. Come learn about the future of your classroom as these devices are installed in more rooms each year. There are no scheduled workshop times. Contact us for more info.
iPad 2 (Mobile Learning for the Classroom) Take an iPad or tablet out for a spin! This class will be driven by you! What do you want to do? Become more efficient? Have interactivity? Learn organization tips? Engage students beyond the class? Discuss what enhancements are available for iPads and tablets? See the changes with iOS7? In this Level 2 class, participants will discover mobile technologies for creating and storing course content while adding collaboration and interaction to the teaching and learning environment. There are no scheduled workshop times. Contact us for more info.
iPad 3 (Make It & Take It) Participants will experience and develop presentations created with Doceri and Nearpod apps for course content as well as class presentation and engagement. They will also practice recording presentations with the iPad. View Workshop Times
OneShot Video for Instruction OneShot video is a simple way for you to produce a short (10 minutes or less) single-topic video using your own available video capture technology (e.g., camera, mobile phone, iPad, tablet). You hit Record, speak in front of the camera, and press Stop. There is no editing. Upload the video to YouTube or another video sharing site. Done! A One-Shot video is dynamic, engaging, lets your students see you, and appeals to the current video culture. View Workshop Times