As technology becomes a more important and refined tool in our world, we want to educate faculty on how they can use it to enhance their language teaching. We created these Tech Tips and Tutorials in an effort to give faculty ideas and summaries of various online resources. These range from creating multimodal online learning environments to note-taking to storytelling.
Written guides summarizing the uses for various educational resources.
Interact digitally with native speakers
Explore household photos around the world
Record video presentations and discussions
Make reading visible through social annotation
Easily record mini videos for class
Take notes and collaborate easily
Create visual, digital storytelling projects
Design interactive timelines
Make engaging, accessibility-friendly presentations
Experience world cuisines and recipes
Create interactive images
Engage student responses
Access online whiteboards as a class
Design visuals based on word frequencies
Step-by-step videos showing you how to use various educational resources.
Getting started in Canva
How to use Flipgrid
Setting up and starting a video
How to share and view AR posters
How to use Storyboard That
How to use Thinglink
Touch Screen Rooms (Pearson 3113 & 3158)
How to use the whiteboard
How to use the annotation feature
How to share your whiteboard and annotation screens
How to use Word Cloud
Fall and Spring Semester:
In general, the LSRC is closed during Winter Break, Spring Break and all University Holidays.
Jacob E. Larsen, Director
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505 Morrill Rd.
Ames, IA 50011