Using YouTube Capture to Film and Share Videos

YouTube Capture is definitely a must have iPad app for teachers and students. This app is developed by Google and unlike the basic YouTube...

Merge Multiple PDFs into ONE with CutePDF Editor

CutePDF Editor is a free, web-based application that allows you to combine two or more PDFs into one document by clicking the “Merge PDFs”...

3 Things you might not know about OAKS

You can publish existing quizzes or quiz questions directly into OAKS from a document and Publishers test banks.  Respondus is a software that allows...

The New and Improved Faculty Technology Center!

As we embark on a new semester we wanted to let you know that we have upgraded our facilities and checkout equipment inventory over...

Why Has My Course Organization Changed on my Home Page in OAKS?

Welcome back to campus! After logging in to check on your courses in OAKS, you may have noticed that the course organization may have...

Welcome New Faculty!

To all of our returning faculty: welcome back for the 2013-2014 school year!  If you are new to College of Charleston, we welcome you...

Faculty Guest Post: Allowing students to bring devices into the classroom & video projects

This week our guest faculty blogger is Caroline Beeland from the French Department. _______________________________________________________________________________________________ I attended the College’s Faculty Training Institute in June 2012. ...

August 2013 Newsletter

Download the full PDF of the August 2013 Newsletter: TLTNewsletterAug2013 Topics for this month include: New In OAKS for the Fall Semester – Google Integration...

New in OAKS for the Fall Semester — Google Integration for Students

This Fall we are launching Google Apps integration for OAKS. This integration will allow students to login and access their Google Apps email, calendar,...

Reversing Excel: Teaching Common Excel Procedures

Yana Wieckowski, a visiting assistant professor of Biology, discusses her experiences on targeting specifically challenging lessons that benefit from a “reversed” approach in the classroom. One of my...