Lunch and Learn: Brady, Johnston and Temos: Tablets in the Classroom

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Wednesday December 5
12:00 noon
Frist Multipurpose Room B
Tablets in the Classroom
Angel Brady, Ben Johnston, Janet Temos

Congratulations! You recently purchased a tablet and you are enjoying all its capabilities and productive apps. Now, you are wondering how you can use this device inside your classroom. This Lunch and Learn will discuss apps you can use for lecturing and presenting with your tablet device.

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About the speakers: Angel Brady is an Educational Technologist at the Humanities Resource Center at Princeton University. Prior to coming to Princeton, she was an Instructional Technologist and Training Specialist at Rider University. She earned her Master’s of Science in Biomedical Visualization from the University of Illinois at Chicago.

Ben Johnston is Senior Instructional Technologist in the Educational Technologies Center and Manager of the Humanities Resource Center at Princeton University.  He holds a Master’s degree in Education from Teachers College, Columbia University and has worked at Princeton since 2006.

Janet Temos is the Director of the Educational Technologies Center at Princeton. She is a member of the Princeton class of 1982, and received her PhD at Princeton in 2001. The ETC helps faculty use technology in teaching and research, and includes Blackboard, the New Media Center, the Humanities Resource Center. We also offer consulting, training and outreach in educational technologies.

Materials from this session follow:

The “Doceri” presentation from this session:

The “tablets” presentation from this session:

Audio from this session:

The first part of the presentation in screencast:

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