- Online Learning
- Tech Tuesdays
- Zoom and Panopto
- D2L Daylight
- 10 Hacks & Gadgets
- How Students Cheat with Technology
- The Collaboratory
- Mini Studio
- 3D Printing
- Leap Motion, Chromebooks, and Chromecast
- Windows Surface Pro
- iPad Lecture Capture
- Wacom Cintiq
- Android Pendrives and the Raspberry Pi
- Blogging For Faculty
- Technology Tools
- XanEdu and CoursePacks Copy
- Library Timesavers
- Google Wave
- Sansa Clip and NetBooks
- Livescribe Pulse
- Who Watches The Bloggers?
- Class Recording
- Second Life
- Vyew and Camtasia
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The Livescribe Pulse Smartpen is a new device that your students may be using to take notes. It records both what is written and what is heard - and then mixes these two streams into what is referred to as a “pencast” (which can then be shared over the Internet). Each smartpen can record between 100-200 hours of audio. The pen is “smart” enough to translate basic text into several languages, as well as basic arithmetic. The Livescribe Pulse can be used to record and share lecture materials.
- Livescribe - Official site.
- Penlets - Resources for the Pulse Pen
- Anoto - Developer of digital pens and dot patterns.
- Example pencast - Curtis Bonk’s Keynote Presentation from 24th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching & Learning (August 5-8, 2008 held in Madison, Wisconsin). “Technology trends opening access to education worldwide: Now, we all can learn!”
- David Pogue's Livescribe review