Tools available to LSA faculty and students.
Camtasia Video Tutorials
Screencapture and video editing.
Final Cut Pro Video Tutorials
Audio recording and editing.
iMovie Video Tutorials
Kaltura Capture Space Video Tutorials
Video and screencapture recording, streaming, and minor editing.
Meet with a consultant one-on-one to explore your learning objectives and available tools to achieve your teaching goals.
Active Learning Framework
Classroom activities designed to let students apply concepts, build ideas, and make connections in ways that construct their own knowledge and learning experiences.
Engaging Students During In-Class Discussions
Video panel with instructors who have held active discussion with remote participants.
Engaging Students in Online Discussions
Uses, guidelines, and how to write prompts for online discussions.
Some options for teaching when you can’t be in the classroom.
Teaching in a TBL Space
Resources and suggestions for teaching in team-based learning spaces.
Event recordings or materials of interest to LSA faculty.
How LSA Instructors Transformed Writing Assignments
Event Video; hear how each instructor transformed their writing assignment using media.
Teaching tools that we offer support and training on.
Student Response System. Instructional uses, documentation, and FAQs.
Throwable microphone. Instructional uses, documentation, and FAQs.
Secure testing. Directions and Guides.
R& R Commander
Graphing and Stats. Directions and Guides.
Social media discussions. Documentation and Guides.
Course Websites & Blogs
Wacom Tablet Support
Presentation annotation and capture. Tutorial, Guides, support.
Consultation and support for research, teaching, and publishing.
LSA instructors trying new and innovative ideas in their classrooms.
Moving from Paper to Online Grading
Gina Brandolino shares her experience moving from grading physical papers to online feedback and assessment.
Gameful Course Design
Sociology Professor Dr. Fabian Pfeffer engages students by “leveling up” a gameful class.
Studying Graffit & Street Art Through a Blog
Professor Leontis incorporated a blog so her students could experience the composition process in a variety of modalities.
Consultation and support for mapping, spatial
analysis, and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in research and
Grant projects by LSA faculty.
Teaching ideas, tips, and tools.