Technology is in constant development and change.  It is important for instructors to stay current in technological developments both within their field as well as in instructional delivery.  This group is for educators who aspire to discuss and master the competencies necessary for exemplary performance and top customer service in a dynamic, rapidly changing higher education landscape.  Group members share best practices, ideas, thoughts, reflections, and resources to help colleagues across the globe improve performance. 


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Manage, Share and Organize Information | Origin: ED119 | New comment by Michelle Miller

The Slides That Rock from the slideshare.net has the twelve points to make great slides.  I am going to look at my slides and try to follow those points.  

Collaborative Learning | Origin: ED119 | New comment by ALLAN GRADY

Second Life seems to have some significant advantages of connecting students with professionals with similar interests.

Google Docs | New blog by ALLAN GRADY

It has alot of versatility to incorporate other platforms including Microsoft.

21st Century Teaching and Learning | Origin: ED119 | New comment by Michelle Miller

There are sources available to help educators use technology.  I plan to use the sources listed edutopia.org and Lynda.com.  

New Technology | New blog by ALLAN GRADY

New technoolgies are a constant challenge. The use of simulations for training provides a great potential for training on the latest technologies.

Where to Begin | Origin: ED119 | New comment by Wesley Wright

Understanding how to incorporate various methods of technology in a class can help with critical thinking skills.  

Collaborative Learning | Origin: ED119 | New comment by Wesley Wright

I currently use Twitter polls to increase student engagement and promote class content and activities.   

Manage, Share and Organize Information | Origin: ED119 | New comment by Wesley Wright

Using technology in the class can make it more student centered and not teacher centered.  

21st Century Teaching and Learning | Origin: ED119 | New comment by Wesley Wright

nderstanding the AUP is important when moving forward with technology integratio.  

Understanding the Components of Instructional Technologies | Origin: ED126 | New comment by Gail Lewis

I have a student that is constantly saying they can't get online to do the work, what do you do in this case? I have trouble believing her situation.