Dan Comins, an instructional designer with Academic Technology Services, will be hosting the second of this year’s Future of Learning in Practice (or FLIP) workshops tomorrow Friday, November 14th, in the School of Education Computer Lab (Academic Surge 2363) at Noon. The workshops are held on most second Fridays of the month during the school year, providing an opportunity for faculty to practice using the tools that can help us teach more effectively with different media, especially video and images.
Continuing with this year’s FLIP theme, Tools for Creating Video and Interactive Media, Dan will discuss ThingLink for Images and Video, a web application that allows instructors (and students) to mark up images and video with interactive hot spots, thus providing additional information, links, and functionality to otherwise static images and videos on the web. The workshop will help participating faculty understand how this tool to create rich, interactive content.
Please join Dan for this workshop from 12 – 1PM with an open lab for practice and additional questions following from 1-1:30. There is no need to RSVP – just drop by. I hope to see you there!
P.S. If you have any questions, please contact Dan at firstname.lastname@example.org or 530-752-1032.
ThingLink for Images and Video
A FLIP workshop hosted by Dan Comins
Friday, November 14th
Academic Surge 2363
(the same building as the Bohart Museum of Entomology)