Tag: Dynamic

Automatic Captioning – easier than it used to be

Adding closed captions to your recordings is one of the best things you can do for viewers, and not just those with hearing problems. But, now you can also do so in real time so students don’t have to wait

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Redesigning Your Syllabus

If only students would read the syllabus… Have you ever wondered how to get students to actually pay attention to the information you’ve provided them in your carefully-written syllabus? Well, even though you’ve spent a LOT of time on your

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Captioning & Transcription Services & UT

As a content creator or owner it’s your responsibility to to ensure that the materials you provide as part of your course as accessible to every student in your “audience”. Specifically, Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act requires all media used

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Take your PowerPoint Slideshows to the Next Level

Are you (and your students) tired of the same old PowerPoint slideshows? Would you like a few different ways to take your slideshows to the next level? Well, then you’ve come to the right place! We have several new resources

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AHRQ/Health IT YouTube channel

AHRQ’s health IT initiative focuses on (1) Improving health care decision making, (2) Supporting patient-centered care, and (3) Improving the quality and safety of medication management. AHRQ (the Agency for Healthcare Research & Quality) is part of the U.S. Department

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Carole Taxis | Faculty Innovator

The School of Nursing’s very own Dr. Carole Taxis was recently featured in this Provost Fellows profile. Watch the short video below or visit the site here to learn more about what inspires Dr. Taxis and how she’s incorporating “flipped

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Getting Started with UT Box

UT Box is a cloud-storage service available at no cost to all faculty, students, and staff at UT. And, which provides an unlimited amount of space for sharing and storing any type of digital file (e.g., video, document, image, etc.).

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Google Apps in Canvas

Like most people, you’ve probably been using Google for ages now. And, I guarantee your students have been too. It’s also likely that your students are not just using Google to search for things, but they’re probably also using Google

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Dynamic Content in Canvas

What is dynamic content? And why should you consider using it (if you’re not already)? How can it make your Canvas course more enjoyable for your students? And maybe most importantly… how can it make your life easier?

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