By Matt Villano, senior contributing editor of Campus Technology.
Schools say farewell to fliers, and hello to new digital signage technology from NEC
By Richard Anderson, University of Washington
A long-standing criticism of PowerPoint is that highly stepwise, linear presentations limit the spontaneity of instruction and interfere with interactions between faculty and students. But that may be changing: Efforts like Classroom Presenter at the University of Washington illustrate how pen annotations and other dynamic features can be incorporated into presentation technology for the classroom.
By Franz J. Kurfess, California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo
At Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo, the use of Internet2 for instruction is a priority, supported by mini-grants that help provide the technology to faculty and students. Besides the mini-grants, Internet2 “champions” plus a special Internet2 class have guided the efforts promoting the advanced capabilities on campus.
By Erik C. Hofer, Thomas A. Finholt, Jerome F. Hajjar, Andrei M. Reinhorn
The Network for Earthquake Engineering Simulation (NEES) community adopted a multipoint video conferencing approach for their collaborative work, using the Commons, a set of collaborative services provided through Internet2.
By Jonathan Sussman, Giselle Siu
Miami-Dade Community College students train for the future with the latest technology.
In a technology degree program, chances are that many courses will involve "hands-on" instruction using computer applications. For most, teaching a course in a computer lab offers a host of challenges that need to be addressed.
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