At Providence College there is a multitude of software, learning technology integrations, and applications that we have added to our list of teaching tools for faculty.
Review the list to the left for tutorials and additional information on the educational technology resources available.
Not seeing what you’re looking for, or interested in discussing a new learning technology? Contact us at email@example.com.
Teaching Tools & Faculty Highlights
Teaching Tools: What Worked for You?
A collection of “How to” teaching videos that PC faculty have recorded to showcase a wide range of technology and pedagogy. Explore these videos for innovative ideas when your teaching moves to a remote setting. Note: You will need to be signed in with your PC credentials to access the videos.
- Teaching Tools Workshop: Student Engagement Strategies for the Online Classroom – March 31
- Teaching Tools Workshop: Effective Learning Strategies for the Online Classroom – March 17
- Breakout Rooms and Perusall – Comfort Ateh
- MS Teams and Courses – Maia Bailey
- Do I Belong in STEM? – Kathleen Cornely
- Hyflex Classroom Technology – Christine Earley
- Online Debates Active Learning – Bob Hackey
- Using Kahoot – Margaret Healy Varley
- Interactive Zoom Classes – Kevin O’Connor
- Online Writing Consultations – Todd Olszewski
- Acting During Covid – Erin Joy Schmidt
- GoPros Hyflex Labs – Tyler Stack
- Teaching from a Home Setup – Kelly Warmuth
Project Spotlight: Mersive Solstice
Mersive Solstice, or Solstice Pods, are similar to Apple TV, but allows for multiple devices to connect and share their screens as well as Android tablets and Windows PCs. Up to twelve devices can connect to a single pod allowing for greater collaboration among students in the classroom. These pods are only available in select classrooms but continue to expand across campus. Training sessions for Solstice Pods and Wireless projection can be found in ITDP’s Bi-annual newsletter as well as one-on-one consultations which can be requested at firstname.lastname@example.org
To learn more about wireless projection visit Wireless Projection Technology at Providence College
Watch for presentations and brown bag sessions throughout the semester to learn how your colleagues are transforming their classroom teaching techniques.