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Lunch 'n Learn and Productive Scholar seminars are back in session!

Lunch 'n Learn and Productive Scholar seminars are back in session!  All are welcome to come and learn about a new technology Wednesdays and Thursdays throughout the academic year!  Light refreshments are also served.   

Lunch 'n Learn  (Wednesdays)

The Lunch 'n Learn seminars will keep you informed on a broad range of technology topics, from academic uses to consumer electronics and beyond. Seminars are held Wednesdays, from noon to 1pm.

Here are a few upcoming seminars.  

10/3 TED Ed (Janet Temos)
10/24 SearchIt at PUL (Nancy Pressman-Levy and Jeremy Darrington)
11/7 Coursera (Jeff Himpele)
11/14 Kaltura at Princeton (David Hopkins)
11/28 Webpage options at Princeton (Jill Moraca)
12/5 Box.net (Mark Ratliff)

 

 

 

 

 

For a complete schedule and more about the Lunch 'n Learn progam, go to blogs.princeton.edu/etc.  
 

The Productive Scholar (Thursdays)

These one-hour sessions demonstrate how to use common and available desktop software to produce more with less effort. For the locations of each of the Productive Scholar session, see the ETC Seminar Schedule

Fall schedule: 

10/4 Better use of Powerpoint (John LeMasney)
10/11 Recording your lectures / recording student presentations (John LeMasney)
10/18 Using Wimba in Blackboard (John LeMasney)
10/25 Google Docs for collaborative teaching and learning (John LeMasney)
11/1 Using Lynda to learn about Technology (Janet Temos)
11/8 WASS Office Hours (Serge Goldstein)
11/15 Blogs and CourseBlogs support
11/22 BuddyPress (Angel Brady)
11/29 Using Word Effectively (Janet Temos)
12/6 Kaltura Media (Ben Johnston)
12/13 Classroom feedback/response (Janet Temos)
12/20 Video clips, embedding media in Pow­er­point (Bar­bara McLaugh­lin)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note, the only way to guarantee a seat at the Productive Scholar sessions is to register online. To register for a session, view a complete schedule or to learn more about the Productive Scholar progam, go to blogs.princeton.edu/etc.