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The week of July 12-16 the University of Georgia Educational Technology Center will teach a workshop for both in-service and pre-service media specialists at our Gwinnett campus in Lawrenceville. Participants can earn 5 PLU credits or 3 credit hours if currently enrolled in the UGA SLM program.
The purpose of this course is to provide opportunities to engage in practical, hands-on applications of modern technologies. In this workshop, participants will work in a collaborative setting to learn about technologies and create products they can use to operate their 21st-century media program.
The workshop topics for 2010 are currently being planned. Topics from the past include social bookmarking, Google for educators, GALILEO, blogging, podcasting, RSS, Georgiastandards.org, Web 2.0 tools, free tools, MS Word tips and job aids, interactive whiteboards, student voting systems, digital visual presenters, bluetooth wireless slates, digital still and video cameras (Flip included), LCD projectors, Movie Maker video editing software, photo editing and publishing, professional development tips, and lots of lesson ideas.
For more information, please visit: http://etc.coe.uga.edu/media. Please note the website is under construction and will be changing as the workshop dates approach.
What would you like to see offered at this year’s workshop?
Looking forward to hearing from you!