iPad community of users events

As part of the Digital Wolf Pack Initiative, the Office of Digital Learning (ODL) hosts biweekly events for faculty iPad users to connect with each other and share experiences. At these Community of Users events, there will be a brief topic shared, followed by questions and discussion.

The events take place every other Thursday from 2-3 pm in the Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center (MIKC) Knowledge Nook (221). Light refreshments and snacks will be provided.

Fall 2022

9/15/22: Improving productivity and workflow with iPad

This session will introduce a variety of apps and features integrated into the iPad for improving classroom instruction, faculty integration, and improvement of device usage for both faculty and students.

9/29/22: Creating podcasts on iPad

The session discusses creative tools, processes, and workflows for successful podcast creation using the iPad as the production platform.

10/13/2022: Teaching with WebCampus on iPad

This session will provide an overview of the Canvas Teacher app, a discussion of using the app vs. a browser to access WebCampus, and a few tips and tricks on iPad to help make teaching easier.

10/27/22: Using Zoom for virtual office hours

Leveraging the iPad along with other tools available to you at the University such as Zoom can allow you to create an engaging and impactful office hour experience. We will demo and guide you through how to use Zoom on your iPad for office hours.

11/10/2022: Using concept maps for deeper learning

Concept maps are graphic tools for organizing and representing knowledge. In this session we will explore through hands-on activities how concept mapping can enhance student learning.

12/8/2022: Presenting from an iPad in the classroom

Using your iPad to teach in the classroom enables you to interact more with students. You are no longer confined to the podium. This session will demonstrate how you can use your iPad to teach efficiently in the classroom.