Difference between revisions of "General Information about New Technological Designs courses"

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'''Course Objective: '''This course designed to apply Gardner's Multiple Intelligence theory to help use ePortfolio by making a list of artifacts that meet different learning styles.
 
'''Course Objective: '''This course designed to apply Gardner's Multiple Intelligence theory to help use ePortfolio by making a list of artifacts that meet different learning styles.
  
'''Tag(s):''' multiple intelligence,digital archive, ePortfolio
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'''Tag(s):''' [[Mini-Course Blackboard 9.1 Module Creation]]
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'''Title''': Mini-Course Blackboard 9.1 Module Creation
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'''Author''': Diana Cary
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'''Abstract:''' This course focuses on creating a course in a Blackboard 9.1 course development shell.
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'''Course Objective:''' Identify Course Tools Menu, Identify Course Content area, Identify and distinguish Edit Mode On/Off .
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'''Tag(s):''' Blackboard, Creation.

Revision as of 11:46, 15 March 2013

Title: WISE: The Web-based Inquiry Science Environment

Author: Vincent Amode

Abstract: A comprehensive introduction of WISE

Course Objective: N/A

Tag(s): WISE


Title: Second Life

Author: Lorraine Emerick

Abstract: A comprehensive introduction of Second Life, a virtual learning environment, and its business use and educational use.

Course Objective: N/A

Tag(s): second life


Title: Moodle (Note, insufficient information on the page)

Author: Kevin Goodman

Abstract: N/A

Course Objective: N/A

Tag(s): Moodle


Title: Digital Libraries and the International Children’s Digital Library (ICDL)

Author: Julie Smit

Abstract: A comprehensive introduction of digital library, and its advantages and disadvantages. A comprehensive introduction of ICDL (International Children’s Digital Library) project and its goals.

Course Objective: N/A

Tag(s): digital libraries, ICDL


Title: World Watcher; Math Forum

Author: Patrice Torcivia

Abstract: A general introduction of the software called "My World", a Geographic Information System (GIS) and its educational use.

Course Objective: N/A

Tag(s): My World GIS


Title: WorldWatcher

Author: Yueh-Chen Weng

Abstract: A general description of the program “WorldWatcher” and its educational applications

Course Objective: N/A

Tag(s): WorldWatcher


Title: Inspiration

Author: Yueh-Chen Weng

Abstract: A brief introduction of Inspiration software

Course Objective: N/A

Tag(s): Inspiration software


Title: The Inquiry Learning Forum

Author: Caitlin Donahue

Abstract: A brief introduction of Inquiry Learning Forum (ILF) and its educational implications.

Course Objective: N/A

Tag(s): Inquiry Learning Forum (ILF)


Title: TeacherTube

Author: Caitlin Donahue

Abstract: A brief introduction of TeacherTube and its educational implications.

Course Objective: N/A

Tag(s): TeacherTube


Title: Facebook & Social Bookmarking

Author: Xiyao Huang

Abstract: A general description of Facebook, a social networking site, and Social Bookmarking, as well as its advantages and disadvantages.

Course Objective: N/A

Tag(s): Facebook, Social Bookmarking


Title: Programming Tool for Children

Author: Jingping Chen

Abstract: A general description of two programming tools that young children can learn and do programming-- Starlogo, BBB, and Scratch.

Course Objective: N/A

Tag(s): young children, programming


Title: Virtual Worlds

Author: Jane Wilde

Abstract: A general introduction of River City and Second Life, as well as their unique features and limitations.

Course Objective: N/A

Tag(s): virtual world, River City, Second Life


Title: Video Games in the Classroom

Author: Nathan Cadoret

Abstract: This course designed to share some of the research and to help make a potential voice and catalyst in the process of bringing more video games into the classroom.

Course Objective: N/A

Tag(s): video games, classroom teaching


Title: Creating a Digital Archive: ePortfolio's for Elementary Student's Mini-course

Author: Corie Quattrocchi

Abstract: N/A

Course Objective: This course designed to apply Gardner's Multiple Intelligence theory to help use ePortfolio by making a list of artifacts that meet different learning styles.

Tag(s): Mini-Course Blackboard 9.1 Module Creation


Title: Mini-Course Blackboard 9.1 Module Creation

Author: Diana Cary

Abstract: This course focuses on creating a course in a Blackboard 9.1 course development shell.

Course Objective: Identify Course Tools Menu, Identify Course Content area, Identify and distinguish Edit Mode On/Off .

Tag(s): Blackboard, Creation.