We begin our show and tell with two exciting online tools: Iorad and Google Jamboard. This workshop series is meant to be a way to showcase different technologies, applications, and tools that librarians use in and out of the classroom. It doesn’t have to change the way we look at instruction or change the way people interact with the library – it can be as simple as using a communication application to create a student-learning community. We want to hear the creative ways you’ve approached online and distance learning using new (and old!) content authoring tools.
Ben Richards, Business & Communication Librarian, Cleveland State University
Ben will present on Iorad, a web tutorial creator. It takes screenshots of your actions in a web browser and creates a dynamic clickable tutorial for the user to follow along with.
Bridget Retzloff, Research Librarian and Lecturer, and Heidi Gauder, Professor; Coordinator of Research & Instruction, University of Dayton
Bridget and Heidi will discuss how their library has found great success using Jamboard, Google’s interactive whiteboard application. From social activities that help them connect with colleagues while working remotely to innovative applications in a variety of instruction modes, Jamboards are a casual, easy to use tool that can enhance learning and communication.
Registration is FREE.
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