THINKLINK

Welcome to the resources page of the TXWES-TCC ThinkLink event of Monday, August 18th 2014. Ben Miller’s Critical Thinking through Writing Chris Parker and Jacqueline Gaffner’s Using Smartphones in the Classroom

Sloan-C/Merlot Presentation

Welcome to the resources page for our presentation at the Sloan-C/Merlot International Symposium for Emerging Technologies in Online Learning. To earn your Credly badge, please CLICK HERE to complete a feedback survey. To preview what our presentation was about, please watch the presentation teaser video below: To understand the rationale for the implementation of our badges and points system, please read the information on our Rationale for Implementation page. To view all of the badges that we offer as well as the activities where faculty and staff can earn points, visit our Badges and Requirements page. To view the latest badges awarded by the CETL through our website, visit the […]

2013 Summer Institute Recap

The 2013 Summer Institute was a great event. About twenty faculty and staff attended our day of professional development workshops and lectures as well as our The Technology Horizon Roundtable lunch and our Popcorn Debrief. If you were not able to attend our Summer Institute you can find some of the resources shared on the program below. If you have a Thinklink.com account, please sign in and click on the hot spots for presentation file or takeaway handouts (you can also sign in with your existing Twitter or Facebook accounts). If you don’t have a Thinklink.com, Twitter, nor a Facebook account and do not wish to create any of those […]

Presenting Dynamically with Prezi

We understand that professors have busy schedules. If you were not able to attend the Presenting Dynamically with Prezi workshop offered by the CETL, but are still interested in learning about this wonderful Web 2.0 presentation tool, please take a look at our embedded prezi presentation presentation below. If you need additional information on how to use prezi, check out the prezi team’s instructional videos HERE. If you are interested in scheduling an individual consultation with a CETL staff member to determine ways you can implement prezi in your lectures or student activities, please fill the form below. Individual Consultation Sign-up  

About the CETL

The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning at Texas Wesleyan University (CETL) promotes a student-centered university by providing resources and professional growth opportunities to faculty on enhancing instructional practice, integrating technology, and promoting essential student skills.

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