Exploring Technologies for Teaching

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Keeping up-to-date with technology requires you to jump in and explore new territory. Finding technology tools for your courses and trying them out are two important steps for getting started.

On Friday, March 31, GSU’s Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning will host Exploring Technologies for Teaching to highlight the technologies that CETL offers to provide you with a digitally enhanced learning experience.

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about the new ways to use technology, network with colleagues, and explore the latest trends in learning technology.

Exploring Technologies for Teaching

Friday, March 31, 2017
8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
GSU Clarkston Campus

Register to Attend


8:30 a.m. | Registration                                                       
Light refreshments will be served
CN Student Center Lobby

9:00 a.m. | Plenary
Phil Ventimiglia, Chief Innovation Officer
Michelle Arth, Perimeter College Technology Manager
CF- Cole Auditorium

9:40 a.m. | Session I   

  • Creating and Managing a Virtual Office| Kathleen Mapson | CE- 1120
  • What’s my grade? Giving students 24/7 access to their grades| Shondra Greene-Harris | CC-1160
  • Tools for success: Accessibility and universal design for learning in the classroom| Valora Richardson and Marquisa Jenkins| CE-1130
  • Using data for student success: A pilot Blackboard Predict in PC online courses| Tracy Adkins Burge|CE-1140
  • Making the most of the technology in your classroom| Nelson Young and Marcus Thompson|  CC-1140
  • Exploring Edublogs:  Personal  and Project pages| Meghan Hammiller| CE-2140
  • Enriching your iCollege courses using external learning tools| Zoe Salloom| CE-2160
  • My Students Don’t Read:  Success without Spoon-feeding| Will Kerr| CE-2170

10:40 a.m. | Session II   

  • Enriching your iCollege courses using external learning tools| Zoe Salloom & Shondra Greene- Harris| Room CE-1120
  • The basics of Kaltura: Why we love it more than YouTube| Melissa Spencer, Marquisa Jenkins & Mustafa Elsawy | CE-1130
  • Tips for creating a better student experience in iCollege| Valora Richardson & Nelson Young | CC-1160
  • How to use OneDrive: Creating online file storage, creating and sharing files| Tim Merritt | CC-1140
  • Designing a visually Appealing iCollege course| Kathleen Mapson and Marcus Thompson | CE-1140
  • Exploring Edublogs:  Personal  and Project pages| Meghan Hammiller| CE-2140
  • Capturing lectures in the classroom | Chad Marchong and Crystal Bundrage | CE-2160
  • My Students Don’t Read:  Success without Spoon-feeding| Will Kerr| CE-2170
  • Did you say Plickers?| Tracie Justus| CE-1150

11:40 a.m. | Session III 

  • Get to know Office 365 | Tim Merritt | CC-1140
  • Using WebEx in the iCollege environment | Zoe Salloom | CC-1160
  • Capturing lectures in the classroom | Chad Marchong and Crystal Bundrage | CE-1120
  • WebCam/Desktop screen capturing | Melissa Spencer, Marquisa Jenkins and Mustafa Elsawy| CE-1130
  • What’s happening on the adaptive learning front| Tracy Adkins Burge | CE-1140
  • Exploring Edublogs:  Personal  and Project pages| Meghan Hammiller| CE-2140
  • Tips for creating a better student experience in iCollege| Valora Richardson & Nelson Young| CE-2160
  • My Students Don’t Read:  Success without Spoon-feeding| Will Kerr| CE-2170
  • Did you say Plickers?| Tracie Justus| CE-1150

Register to Attend

NOTE:  Perimeter College will hold meetings during lunch and the afternoon following the Exploring Technologies for Teaching event.  Perimeter College faculty who have registered will be provided lunch.  Please contact the Perimeter College Center for Excellence for Teaching & Learning for details on lunch and meetings.


Parking & Map

The Clarkston Campus is located approximately 10 miles east of Atlanta, just north of Ga. 10/Memorial Drive.

  • Take I-285 to Exit 41 (GA-10/Memorial Drive).
  • Turn onto GA-10/Memorial Drive and travel east toward Stone Mountain.
  • Proceed on GA-10/Memorial Drive for approximately 0.5 miles.
  • Turn left onto N. Indian Creek Drive. (Collingswood Drive is to your right.)
  • Continue on N. Indian Creek Drive for approximately 0.5 miles.
  • Clarkston Campus at 555 N. Indian Creek Drive, Clarkston is on your right.
  • Building CI and Office of Public Safety are on your left.

For Google Map Directions

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