DCS has Instructional Technology Supervisors on each campus who are available to work with you to help you make the most of technology in your classroom. These consultations are tailor-made to the needs of our faculty and can take many forms, from meeting in your classroom to work through a technical issue, to brainstorming possible ways to integrate technology into your class plan, to learning how to use different teaching tools that we support. Whether you have a specific question or would like to meet to learn more about classroom technology broadly, consultations are a great way to speak directly with an expert. To start the conversation, fill our an Assistance Request form.
To give you a sense of how we might be able to help you, the following are some of the more common topics that we have discussed with faculty:
- Annotation tools
- Web Apps
- Alternatives to PowerPoint, including Keynote and Prezi
- Kaltura lecture capture
- Using Digital Classroom Systems
- An introduction to using Mac computers
- Projecting from mobile devices
- Video conferencing
- Wireless projecting using Solstice
Would you like to organize a session for your colleagues or students? Contact us and we can discuss arranging a tailor-made workshop.