Sunday, January 3, 2016

FETC 2016 Technology Workshops by Rob Zdrojewski


Join me at the 36th Annual FETC (Future of Education Technology) Conference in Orlando, FL from January 14-15th, 2016 as I present the following Educational Technology workshops:


Reduce Paperwork with Google Forms (WS112)

2-Hour Ticketed Workshop
Thursday, January 14, 2016  1:00pm - 3:00pm EST   
Location:  Hyatt Regency Hotel- Bayhill 27
Workshop Description:

Learn how to use Google Forms to conduct surveys, administer quizzes and more. Google Forms is integrated into the Google Drive suite of apps, which makes it a perfect fit for collecting data on a large or small scale. You will see how your results are collected within a spreadsheet, making it simple to rearrange your data and keep track of results. Leave knowing how to use a free, easy tool that will get rid of clutter on your desk. Before you pay for a service, check out what Google Forms has to offer for free!





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Screencasting:  Teacher-On-Demand Is Now Possible! (WS135)

2-Hour Ticketed Workshop
Friday, January 15, 2016   8:00am - 10:00am EST   
Location:  OCCC North 330C
Workshop Description:
Learn how to create a digital YOU by creating screencasts on iPads, Chromebooks, Windows or Mac using leading software packages such as TechSmith's Snagit, Camtasia or Relay, and Telestream's ScreenFlow.  K-12 Director of Instructional Technology and Adjunct Professor Rob Zdrojewski has "flipped" his direct instruction into screencasting so his faculty and students now have anytime, anywhere access to teacher instruction. When combined with a digital learning platform like Edmodo, you now have the ability to create a 24/7 personalized learning environment, perfect for keeping absent students up to date and fostering a more connected classroom.

View my presentation outline:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1hJKkM9O2xnt4ljRHEsz0sor-BQXAQrtICkDG0rpSHvI/edit


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Unlimited Possibilities:  Greenscreen Video Production Using iPads (WS149)

2-Hour Ticketed Workshop
Friday, January 15, 2016  10:30am - 12:30pm EST   
Location:  OCCC North 330C
Workshop Description:
Creating green screen-video used to be expensive and highly technical. Thanks to the Green Screen Do Ink iPad app, now anyone can easily record broadcast quality green screen footage for their video projects. This app allows you to choose any video clip or photo from your camera roll and use it as the backdrop behind you, as well as export clips to the camera roll, iMovie or other iPad video production apps. See demonstrations of sample workflows and explore your options for green screens, lighting, microphones and more. The possibilities are endless! iPad recommended.

View my presentation outline:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1z3o1criE4QftSmwNqaGFf7qy9_nrlNOBZxDKbp4tUTE/edit


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