Archive for October, 2013

OHSU School of Nursing Faculty and Students Present Innovative Practice at the Teaching, Learning and Technology Symposium

  The Oregon Academic technology Society (OAtS), in partnership with OHSU hosted the “Teachers Without Borders: Navigating Digital Pedagogy” conference at the OHSU School of Nursing building on Friday, Oct. 18th.  174 K-20 teachers, faculty, administrators and students discussed the complexity of teaching and learning in digital contexts.   28 OHSU faculty attended the event, which featured keynote speaker Alec Couros.  His opening address “Identity, Networks and Connected Learning” covered a wide range of opportunities for … Read More

“It’s not the technology; it’s the teachers.”

On Friday, October 18th,  OHSU hosted the Oregon Academic technology Society (OAtS) conference.   This year’s Teaching, Learning and Technology Symposium explored “Teachers Without Borders: Navigating Digital Pedagogy.”    One of the concurrent sessions featured a Virtual Student Panel facilitated by teachers and students from the Bread Loaf Teacher Network.   Renee Moore, an English Instructor from the Mississippi Delta Community College posted this article on her blog hosted by the Center for Teaching Quality.

Bring Out the Artist in You! Working with a Drawing Tablet

Have you ever had difficulty explaining something through a lecture or a PowerPoint presentation? Ever wish you had a way to demonstrate something graphically at a distance beyond referring to pictures or diagrams?  Then using a drawing tablet just might be for you! Drawing tablets can be used to write, to sketch, or to annotate just as you might in using a pen and paper.  In the case of writing tablets, however, what you draw … Read More