Get ready for the UT Faculty Showcase 2015 by participating in Teach with Tech Week!

UT and the Library are offering a variety of workshops during the week of April 13 – 17. Teach with Tech Week is designed to lead up to out biggest event of the year, the University Technology Faculty Showcase 2015.

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Monday- April 13th

Located in the IT/Library classroom in the Academic Commons

  • ARTstor 11:00-11:30
  • Copyright and Technology 1:30-2:30
  • Copyright and Technology 3:00-4:00

 

Tuesday- April 14th

Located in the IT/Library classroom in the Academic Commons

  • ED Puzzle- 11am-12pm
  • Excel Basics 2pm-3pm
  • Endnote- 4:00-5:00

 

Wednesday April 15th

Located in the IT/Library classroom in the Academic Commons

  • Saving time with Google-10:30-11:00
  • Google Scholar/Worldcat.org 1:30-2:00
  • Saving time with Google- 2:30-3:00
  • Google Scholar/Worldcat.org 3:00-3:30

 

Thursday April 16th

Located in the IT/Library classroom in the Academic Commons

Webinar-2pm

Topics:

  • Google Tips and Tricks
  • Google Presentation
  • Managing and Organizing files in Google Drive

 

This event can be attended in person or virtually.

This session requires registration if you want to attend virtually. Click here to register, you will receive instructions through the email address you provide. The instructions will arrive a few days before the event.

Friday April 17th

University Technology Faculty Showcase 2015

11:00 am-2:00 pm, 1867 Lounge, EC

Participants:

  • Sandra Jamieson – Keynote Speaker on her work with the Semester on Communications & Media
  • Emily Hill- Google Classroom
  • Elias Ortega-Aponte
  • Mercedes Aspinall- Google Sites for Classes
  • Rosemary McLaughlin- Google Sheets/Google Drive
  • App Swap Station

In addition, BC 117 will be open from 11am-2pm – Marc Tomljanovich will be on hand to talk with visitors about the room and its features.

There will be refreshments, and the door prize will be a Google Nexus Tablet, 9” 16GB, WiFi

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