Free Digital Teaching Tools

In this proposal, I want to explore free digital tools that we can use in the classrooms (schools, undergraduate, graduate). We all know examples, so I think of this possible session as a way for all of us to interact. The idea is for all of us to take 5 minutes to present one free tool and to explain how we have used it, how we have evaluated the work of students. I can present 3 tools. The Clio, a mapping system, that I have used to make my student work on the history of beer and prohibition in Fort Collins. I can also present Poll Everywhere, a free alternative to I-Clicker. If interested, I can present omeka (assets and limits) to create virtual exhibit.

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4 Responses to Free Digital Teaching Tools

  1. This sort of thing is exactly why I’m driving up to Fort Collins. If this session goes, I could show everyone Scalar, the publishing program out of USC, which I’ve been using in most of my undergraduate classes.

  2. I’m very interested in learning more about this topic, since I expect that using *free* digital teaching tools will be an attractive option for me and my students.

  3. I’m very interested in this topic, because I think that *free* digital teaching tools will be attractive options for me and my students.

  4. I’m very interested in this topic, because I think that *free* digital teaching tools will be attractive to me and my students.

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