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Coming soon: check out our spring 2009 faculty focus on teaching highlights at our web site featuring Nancy Foley, Sue Myllykangus, and Susanne Nuttall at http://www.nwmissouri.edu/cite/
Online courses provided a great avenue for integrating an etextbook into a course. Courses using eCourse and eCompanion sites can both easily integrate an etextbook. The method for integrating electronic textbooks into a course site varies by publisher.
Check out the selection of ebooks from Owens Library at:
Listen to one of more than 2,800 eAudiobooks from NetLibrary. Also, if you are interested in listening to audio books, you can check out the eAudiobook collection at:
The library has five MP3 players for checkout. Each MP3 player supports bookmarking and includes a travel case with car listening accessories. To locate these, you just have to go to the library catalog and do a title search: MP3 player model Zen V plus. The device can be checked-out Monday through Friday between 8 am to 5 pm at the 2nd floor multimedia support desk. The eAudiobook can also be listened to on a notebook or personal computer.
Designed for teachers and content-experts, LessonBuilder is simple, yet powerful, with only the features you need to create exciting, interactive, content for your online course. These lessons can be easily integrated into eCompanion and eCourse. Lessons can be organized into a table of contents for easy access by students. Instructors are able to to design elearning content that is interactive using customizable flashcards, image labeling, image hotspot activities, matching activities, crosswords and more. Pop-up text annotations can be included in content to define terminology or enhance the interactivity of content using video and/or audio files. Formative assessments can be built into the lessons to provide immediate feedback to the student.
CITE will be offering two workshops on SoftChalk's Lesson Builder on January 6. The first workshop on SoftChalk will be for beginners and the second one will cover how to build in the interactive activities. If you would like to register, go to our Northwest Workshops registration site at http://cite.nwmissouri.edu/workshop/
Course requests for the spring trimester can be submitted by accessing the Create-a-Course Request Form link on the login page on Northwest Online. These request forms are e-mailed directly to the CITE Office for processing and provide an effective way to efficiently process faculty requests in a timely and accurate manner. As always, faculty can request new course sites or duplications using the Create-a-Course Request Form link.
CITE's spring workshops are scheduled for January 6 in Owens Library Room 250. At the beginning of the spring trimester we will be offering workshops on SoftChalk's Lesson Builder for beginners, SoftChalk's Lesson Builder Activities, Video and MovieMaker, and ClassLive Pro Web Conferencing.
If you would like to register, go to our Northwest Workshops registration site at http://cite.nwmissouri.edu/workshop/
CITE now has a variety of options available for integrating video into your eCompanion and eCourse sites. For an online course, video can add a touch of social connection for students at a distance. For the web-enhanced, campus-based course, video can add extra time for students to connect with content outside of the normal classroom hours. Either way, video provides yet another learning modality from which students can learn.
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