Month: December 2015

USING CLICKERS IN SPRING 2016?

Posted by on December 8, 2015

If you are planning to use clickers in SPRING 2016, please visit the clicker registration page (linked below) to register your classes by FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 2015. https://itweb.mst.edu/auth-cgi-bin/cgiwrap/clickers/request_clickers.pl This information helps EdTech prepare the classrooms for clicker technology. The S&T Store also needs to have a rough estimate of how many Turning Account licenses and […]

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TEGRITY Courses Purged at End of Semester – FS 2015

Posted by on December 8, 2015

IMPORTANT! Please read the following message VERY carefully! Educational Technology (EdTech) will be purging ALL course sessions stored in Tegrity at close of business on Friday, January 8, 2016. Missouri S&T’s usage agreement with Tegrity limits us to only 500 hours of recordings per semester. This means we MUST remove all recordings from Tegrity at […]

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Will You Be Using Tegrity Lecture Capture for SPRING 2016?

Posted by on December 7, 2015

Do you plan to use Tegrity lecture capture during SPRING 2016? If so, then Educational Technology will need to gather some basic information from you so that we may prepare any room(s) in which you will be teaching with the appropriate technology. To gather that information, we ask that you complete the survey linked below: […]

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Teaching and Learning Technology Conference 2016 – REGISTRATION OPEN!

Posted by on December 2, 2015

Registration for the Teaching and Learning Technology Conference 2016 on March 17 and 18, 2016 is now OPEN! THEME: Learning to Learn KEYNOTE SPEAKERS: Linda B. Nilson, Ph.D. – Founding Director of the Office of Teaching Effectiveness and Innovation at Clemson University Self-Regulated Learning: Way Beyond Study Skills  Anthony Petroy, Ph.D. – Assistant Vice Chancellor […]

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Using Someone Else’s Ideas and Thoughts Without Citation…Isn’t Right

Posted by on December 2, 2015

Currently, one of the hot topics on our campus is Academic Integrity.  If you look at the Office of Undergraduate Studies website you will find many resources telling students what constitutes Academic Integrity, and what the consequences are when students cross the line.  51% of the issues reported last year appear to be about a […]

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