Archive for March, 2010

Creating a Multimedia Project: Some helpful thoughts

Filed in How-to, Multimedia by on March 29, 2010 0 Comments

Every project begins with an idea. It might be some thought you’d like to express, a topic you want to explain, an answer to a “What if” question… But once you’ve written it down and planned out what form it might take, it’s time to think about actually making it!

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Avoiding Plagiarism

Plagiarism is an issue that every college campus faces at one time or another.  This is not surprising according to recent data reported in an article published by Campus Technology Magazine: “Plagiarism appears to be endemic in applications, according to a recently published study by plagiarism prevention vendor iParadigms. The company examined 453,000 applications submitted […]

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Planning a Successful Multimedia Project (In 6 Easy Steps!)

Filed in How-to, Multimedia by on March 9, 2010 0 Comments
Planning a Successful Multimedia Project (In 6 Easy Steps!)

Have you ever considered working on a multimedia project, but didn’t know where to get started? Or how to know when to finish? Here’s some tips for how to go about planning an effective project.

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Welcome to the ATC-TTL blog!

Filed in Miscellaneous by on March 8, 2010 0 Comments
Welcome to the ATC-TTL blog!

Technology for Teaching and Learning (TTL) is a group within the ATC that works with faculty, staff, and students on the application of technology to teaching, learning, and supporting activities.

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HOTs to LOTs in a digital world

As D-Term approaches, we know that many of you are working on revamping your Syllabi.  One of the areas on your syllabus that you may be looking at is the course objective section.  Course objectives are a great way for us to communicate our expectations to the students while providing guidance for the  direction of […]

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