The next Technology Tuesdays session will take place on the 25th September. This session focuses on:
Social Media Guide For Educators
Social media can be a useful tool for outreach, research, and student interaction. Learn what you can do (and what to avoid).
In this dynamic session we will cover:
- Definitions and history of social media
- Best practice
- Social dashboards
- Educational activities
- New apps and social media tools to look out for
Date: September 25
Time: 10-11 a.m.
Location: DC 7406 (7th floor of the DePaul Center, adjacent to the Department of Marketing)
You can RSVP here.
Blogging is a powerful and efficient way of facilitating communication. It can be an effective means for your students demonstrate literacy, to engage with media, to opine, to cite, and to remix.
In this dynamic session, you will learn:
- Which blogging software to recommend to your students.
- How to avoid FERPA violations.
- How rubrics can guide your students towards best practice.
- Social media recommendations.
- How to monitor student postings.
Location: DPC 7406
Date: Tuesday, June 26th
Time: 10-11 a.m.
To RSVP or for more information, please visit the Technology Tuesdays page.
I will be teaching MKT 595 (Internet and Interactive Marketing) again this year. The class will be taught asynchronously entirely online through the Desire2Learn LMS. The new syllabus is still being worked on, but you can download the old syllabus from here. Once ready, the new syllabus will be posted in the same location.
I would highly suggest you read the teaching evaluations if you are interested in taking the course with me. I have posted evaluations for each time I have taught the class. You can also contact me if you have questions about the course. Registration takes place via Campus Connection. Please note that the class capacity is 40, but there is a reserve capacity rule for overlap courses between Computational Finance and BIT (includes COMFN, CMPFN, MSMIS, MINFO, KGSB). MKT 555 is a prerequisite for this course.
Class announcements and items of interest are posted via Twitter (@MKT595).
Raman Chadha (of the Coleman Entrepreneurship Center) sent me information about a new presentation/teaching tool that looks interesting. Soapbox is “designed to help teachers and speakers better engage their audiences and assess their learning.”
I have seen other tools (or combination of tools) so something similar (i.e. clickers, Twitter, Poll Everywhere), but I think I will give this a shot (and have signed up for an account). Waiting to see how well this works. The one piece of advice I have for the software developers is to employ a different voice for the demo video (see below) - more enthusiasm would be appreciated…..
The presentation is from 12:45 - 1:30 p.m. in the Hall of Ideas J. Come along and say hello.
Handouts and more information are on the website.
If Twitter works, then I will be tweeting with the hashtag #DTL_2010_jmoore