Month: May 2015

Give Students an Overview of all Course Grades with Blackboard Reports

I like to send each of my students a personalized report with all their assignment grades (and final course grade) at the end of the quarter. I think it gives them a sense of accomplishment to see all the work

Easily Set Up Meetings with Office 365’s Scheduling Assistant

It’s always a challenge to co-ordinate schedules without approximately 27 emails back and forth about “X is good, at Z time I’m not available …” But, if you use an Office 365 calendar, you can use a quick tool to see availability without having so much back-and-forth.

Get to Know IDS: Daniel Windham, Technology Delivery Support Specialist

We’re taking a look at the Instructional Design Services department one member at a time, highlighting new ideas in instructional technology and what each IDS member can do for MCC instructors.

Diving In & Getting Comfortable with Mobile Tools

In the spirit of learning more about mobile learning and of “walking the talk,” I am writing this blog post from my phone. What novelity! It’s not difficult, but it is making me a bit nervous …

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Faculty Insights: Thankam Samuel Aims to Inspire Self-Assurance in Math

MCC mathematics instructor Thankam Samuel is inspired as a teacher by her own desire to learn new things, and by a goal of helping students find their own confidence.

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