Dan Comins has prepared another engaging FLIP presentation for this coming Friday, the last one of the academic year. Plan to attend!
Here is his announcement:
I’d like to invite you to the last FLIP (Future of Learning in Practice) workshop for this academic year which will take place at 12PM in the School of Education Computer Lab in Academic Surge Room 2363.
Rounding out this year’s FLIP theme, Tools for Creating Video and Interactive Media, this month’s workshop will explore the interactive lesson builder tool Versal. Versal can be thought of as a content authoring tool in the cloud. With it, instructors can create multimedia courses and lessons on virtually any topic from scratch or by leveraging content created with other web-enabled tools (some of which we’ve discussed during the series this year). Their “gadget” concept makes creating engaging instructional content easy without having any programming knowledge.
During this session you will learn about the tool and create a few “gadget”-filled lessons yourself, so have a topic in mind!