Eric Coffman is the Manager of Application Development at West Virginia University's Health Sciences Center. More than 500 faculty and administrators are using Camtasia Relay at the HSC, allowing students the ability to watch their lectures while on the go. TechSmith has actively strived to work with Eric to make their experience with Camtasia Relay the best it could possibly be.
EDUCAUSE 11 Presentation: Real World Camtasia Relay
Eric Coffman discusses how West Virginia University uses Camtasia Continue reading
Leigh Graves Wolf is the Program Director for the Master's in Educational Technology
Program at Michigan State University. She started teaching with MAET in the summer of 2005. She was featured on the season finale of The Forge in May, where she spoke about alternative assessment using screencasting. Leigh will have two presentations at EDUCAUSE 2011.
EDUCAUSE 11 Presentations (Booth 909)
Assessment: Punking the Isolationist Gradebook
Using the free version of TechSmith's Jing, Leigh Graves Continue reading
Brian Roberts is an Instructional Technologist as well as an Imaging & Web Developer at Central Michigan University. He has been at CMU since the fall of 1997 and is part of the FACiT team, which actively assists CMU faculty with all aspects of teaching and learning ranging from pedagogy and instructional design to the use of learning technologies and multimedia. He will be presenting an overview of the great success that he and CMU's Dr. Michael Garver have found in creating their version of a Continue reading
Another educational conference? You don't say!
We love going out to meet educators of all levels. Next week, we'll be meeting those in higher education. From October 18-21, we'll be at EDUCAUSE 2011 in Philadelphia, an annual conference for those involved in informational technology in higher education. EDUCAUSE is a nonprofit association who "helps those who lead, manage, and use information resources to shape strategic decisions at every level." We never fail to be impressed by the work done Continue reading