App Smashing: Part 1 (June 23) Introduction, Examples, Resources – Getting Started
2:00 PM EDT
App Smashing in Courses & Faculty Development: Part 1
Invited Planners/Contributors: Kathleen Gradel, Professor, College of Education, SUNY Fredonia
TLT Group Moderators: Steve Gilbert, Beth Dailey, Sally Gilbert
1:30 Pre-session activities
2:00 Main event
3:00-3:30 Extension if needed
You may have already “app-smashed” without knowing it! If you used several apps in sequence to accomplish something useful that you couldn’t do otherwise, you’ve app smashed.
Not sure whether you’ve done this? Wonder why you ever would? Want to see examples and learn how? Then join us when FridayLive! will address these questions.
Session I (June 23): Introduction, Examples, Resources – Getting Started
We’ll introduce and demonstrate examples that go well beyond the “wow” factor of just using multiple apps. We’ll explain “why” and examine some “how” strategies for App Smashing in courses and faculty development. We’ll take a look at a few examples of student work We’ll recommend App Smashing resources, and invite volunteers to develop their own App Smashing projects in preparation for Session II (June 30).
More information and online registration: App Smashing: Part 1 (June 23) Introduction, Examples, Resources – Getting Started
Hope to see you there!
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