Audio can enhance teaching and learning in many ways. This section covers tools used in the recording and editing of audio tracks to delivery of audio resources in the classroom and curriculum.
The Black Magic Pro Board and PTZ Optics Controller is now available in Gault Recital Hall and McCaw Chapel. These devices allow for seamless control of cameras and streaming performances. You can easily pan, tilt, and zoom with the PTZ Optics Controller and switch between cameras with the Black Magic Pro Board. Giving the complete […]
Gone are the days of writing HTML markup if you want to maintain a personal Web site. Well, those days are not entirely gone, but the end is in sight. Why? It is all due to the rise of the blog. Blog is short for Web log and as this name suggests the early examples […]
Cameras are a well established part of life, but were you aware of classroom upgrades that include this technology. Several classrooms across campus have been upgraded with mounted and portable cameras to increase interaction between remote faculty, staff, and students. The recent changes across campus also include upgraded mounted microphones/speakers and portable microphones. The Nureva […]
Congratulations to Kenny and Harrison, our two long-term student assistants as they graduate from Wooster! Both have helped countless students, staff and faculty members in the Taylor lab over the years and we in Instructional Technology especially thank them for their cheerful attitude as we piled project upon project at them. We’ll miss you!
Issue to Address Possible Solutions Establish a mode of communication to use in case of an emergency (Ensure students all have access to and are aware of this communication method) Moodle AnnouncementEmail Decide how you will distribute documents and readings during a disruption (Make your syllabus available digitally) MoodleEmail Designate a centralized place to collect student works(homework, assignment, paper, etc.) Moodle AssignmentsEmail […]
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Document cameras can be seen as an evolution of overhead projectors. With a document camera it is possible to display transparencies, three-dimensional objects, slides, and a host of other objects. This section provides information on the different document cameras available on campus.
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The section discusses tools used to capture, edit and display images for use in documents and presentations as well as scanning print and photographic materials.