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How to use Pecha Kucha in your face to face or online courses

Pecha Kucha : “PechaKucha 20×20 is a simple presentation format where you show 20 images, each for 20 seconds. The images advance automatically and you talk along to the images.” The time used is about 7 minutes for the

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iTeach: Legal Beagle: Accessibility changes

My thoughts on teaching using accessibility tools to make the syllabus and guided notes in an accessible format. This is going to add to prep time, and collaboration with my fellow professors that I co-teach with. The course is open

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Parallel Play!

This is just one example of Tech Fellows demonstrating ‘parallel play’ aspects of teamwork: an opportunity to apply individually some tools/techniques/approaches that we have all been learning together.   Not sure why the pic is posting sideways; if anyone knows

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A Story Snippet about Me

Last year I had a surprise entry in my life story….I woke up ‘winded’ one day after a particularly stressful day and sleepless night before. By the end of the day, I was in the ICU awaiting emergency cardiac surgery,

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Creating origami in groups online

Team Lego How to make origami in groups in the classroom is hard enough, but how do we turn it into an online group activity? Change the instructions! Make someone write instructions, have the next person try to follow them, video

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A bit about my story

I find myself inspired by the professors and what projects they are working on and the successes and struggles they are facing. As a librarian, I am not a traditional teacher, but in my role at the library, I supervise

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… but copyright is so hard!

As I’ve mentioned before, I teach in the relatively specialized area of Applied Behavior Analysis. It’s very difficult to find high-quality, open-source, accurate material. That is, there are a TON of videos on YouTube about basic concepts of behaviorism (e.g., reinforcement, punishment), but more

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Accessible Syllabus

My course syllabus has ZERO accessibly errors, and it only took 12 drafts! #tenacious #iTeachAK #UAATechFellows #CanHasBadges To view the revised syllabus, click HERE.

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Recording the screen of your iPhone or iPad

If you’re anything like me, some of the students in your online courses will be accessing their course material using an iPhone or iPad. It’s been notoriously difficult for me to provide how-to’s and support to these students because I couldn’t

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How to access and organize Google Drive

I found this helpful document about accessing and organizing one’s Google Drive today.   Rhonda

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