Monthly Archives: April 2012

Fun, Free Apps for Education

April 25, 2012

At our workshop on April 25th, we discussed a variety of fun, free applications that can be used to enhance learning.  Here are some links to applications that we introduced in the workshop: 100 Ways to Teach with Twitter Polldaddy – create polls and surveys for free Twittories – write stories using Twitter bitly – […]

Reusable Learning Objects (RLOs)

April 16, 2012

Our fifth workshop in the Lunch-n-Learn series focused on the use of Reusable Learning Objects in instruction.  There are many different sources for instructors to find pre-created activities to enhance or supplement learning.  Many of these resources are also copy-right free!  Here is a small list of some of our favorite websites with Reusable Learning […]

Google Docs and Google Sites

Our fourth Lunch-n-Learn series featured a session about Google Docs and Google Sites.  Many faculty at Truman utilize Google Docs and Google Sites with their students to encourage collaboration and to create a more personal connection online.  Some use Google Docs as wikis to build class projects or to create a dynamic document.  Below are […]


April 10, 2012

One tool that can be used to supplement interactivity in an online setting is VoiceThread.  To learn more about VoiceThread, please click on the links below: VoiceThread Quick Start Guides So, what is a VoiceThread anyway? Additional VoiceThread Resources To view the workshop on VoiceThread held as part of the Learning Technologies Team’s Lunch-n-Learn Series, […]