Teaching in the 'Cloud'
The term ‘cloud’ has become the popular buzzword in computing circles, referring to the users’ ability to access their own files from an Internet connection. Cloud computing also makes it easy for colleagues to work simultaneously on a collaborative project, and to share access to online resources with everyone.
Google Docs allows you to work together in the cloud to create word processing documents, slide presentations and spreadsheets. Google Calendar can be shared for others to see your schedule or add theirs. We’ll also explore other collaboration tools and strategies; all are essential for doing project-based and problem-based learning in the classroom.
|Registration Fee||$ 125.00|