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Thursday, January 12 • 1:30pm - 2:15pm
Creating Interactive Courses Leveraging Loyola’s Instructional Technologies

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Learning Outcomes Participants in this session will:
  • Identify several instructional technology tools available at Loyola
  • Summarize the purpose of each tool.
  • Choose the appropriate tool(s) based on learning objectives of a course.

Program Description: Loyola provides various instructional technology tools (Adobe Connect, Loyola Media, Panopto, Top Hat, VoiceThread, and Zoom) that allow instructors to design high-quality interactive courses. Exploring all of these tools can be time consuming. Let us help you out as we run-down the different tools available at Loyola. During the session, we will move through the different technology tools that are available for use. We will explain their purpose and provide an example of how other instructors are integrating them into Sakai. Come learn about all the options you have to enhance your learning outcomes!


Speakers
avatar for Kristlyn Dalton

Kristlyn Dalton

Educational Technologist, Loyola University Chicago
avatar for Sarah Kentner

Sarah Kentner

Educational Technologist, Loyola


Thursday January 12, 2017 1:30pm - 2:15pm
Schreiber Hall 725

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