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Student Panel at the Ed Tech Expo

Faculty learn about new teaching technologies from colleagues, developers, teaching centers, and instructional technologists — but what do students have to say about teaching with technology?

To gain more insight into the student experience of technology at USF and to give a voice to students, CTE Co-Director Jonathan Hunt led a student panel at the Ed Tech Expo on March 28, 2017. Read more ...

Peer2Peer Series onTeaching & Technology

Join us November 2 & 3 from 2-3:00!

The Peer2Peer Series on Teaching & Technology is a new collaboration between the CIT (Center for Insructional Technology) and the CTE. The Peer2Peer Series on Teaching & Technology aims to bring you hour-long faculty presentations on how different technologies can be successful in the learning environment. We were inspired by the idea that faculty learn best from their peers and we think implementing technology should be motivated by how well that technology can support teaching and enhance student learning. Coffee and sweets will be provided at these sessions. Read more ...

Canvas Inspirations

On November 10 and 11 we held two hour-long events where faculty presented about their use of Canvas. From November 10 through the 30th you can participate in Open Canvas which allows you to visit 5 different courses using Canvas. If you'd like to join the Open Canvas experience then please contact Katie Hoffman directly at: cte@usfca.edu. Read more ...

Twitter for Classrooms with David Silver

Recently Mathew sat down with David Silver to discuss his use of Twitter in the classroom. David has made great use of a nimble, student-centered, technology. Listen in to learn more about what David does, why he does it, and how his teaching practice with Twitter has evolved over the past decade. Read more ...

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