Here's the recording from the Tech Talk on 4/22/2010 on using Google Calendar.
Here's the latest Tech Talk on managing your email. It explores the ideas of Inbox 0 a method for keeping your inbox empty and also looks at some of the available tools in Google Email.
The Inbox 0 portions of the Tech Talk were inspired by Merlin Mann's work on the subject. You can see him present to Google staffers on his inbox 0 ideas here.
Merlin Mann on Inbox 0
Here's the latest Tech Talk - Working from Home. It demonstrates free tools and resources that staff, faculty and students can use when working from home.
Join us for today's Tech Talk on PowerPoint and Keynote presentations either live or by webinar.
We've gathered a short bibliography of great presentation resources. Download Presentation_Resources.
Recording Update: Unfortunately we had a sound recording error this week and have no video to post. Sorry about the mixup. Feel free to watch some of our previous Tech Talks on PowerPoint which cover very similar ideas.Tech Talk on PowerPoint - July 2009
Using PowerPoint well - April 2009
You can view the archived recording of our Tech Talk on the free collaboration tools available for Luther students. If you would like to see the example Reading The Audiences small group Google Site, you can see that here: https://sites.google.com/a/luthersem.edu/sample_rta/
When you are faced with a challenge how do you do your best thinking? Are you logical and analytical, or more abstract and random? Are you a Right Brain Thinker (intuitive, synthesizing, subjective, random, holistic)? Or a Left Brain Thinker (logical, sequential, rational, analytical, objective)?
Do you consciously try to balance your approach to a problem or question? Concept Mapping (also known as Mind Mapping) is a tool that helps you think through complex problems, summarize
Luther Seminary offers quite a few online courses, and even more if one counts residential courses that have an online component. But many students are nervous about online learning for one reason or another.
In this Tech Talk, I discuss some common myths about online learning and explore what a typical online course at Luther Seminary consists of.
I admit it. I have some nerdy interests: photography, web technology, theology, media theory, & sci-fi movies, television and books. In the bad-old-days when there were only newspapers, books, and magazines, it was often hard for me to find out about the latest things going on in the areas of my interest. There just weren't enough people who shared my combination of nerdiness to justify the costs of printing magazines about this stuff in great quantities. But now in the era of blogs I don't have
Here's the latest Tech Talk. The topic this week: MyLutherNet: Registration and Student Records. Links mentioned in the talk:
View the recording of the Tech Talk from Nov. 19, 2009 on using End Note
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