Technology in Transit

Technology in Transit — Wikispaces

Technology in Transit — Wikispaces

Wikispaces was January’s technology of the month for Technology in Transit. Presenter Jolene Loveday demonstrated how she uses Wikispaces in online classrooms to create a collaborative social environment for her students. Using Wikispaces, teachers can quickly and easily create assignments, share resources, make announcements, and foster discussion and community! Click on the banner to learn more.

Technology in Transit — Paper by 53

Technology in Transit — Paper by 53

In November 18th, ETS Tech Rover and Faculty of Arts student Andrea showcased Paper, a sketching and note-taking app that makes creating visually appealing annotated diagrams fun and easy for teachers! With an interactive and user-friendly interface, Paper can be used in multiple ways: from preparing lesson plans to sketching explanations for students on a whiteboard!

Technology in Transit — Duolingo

Technology in Transit — Duolingo

In September’s Technology in Transit, Bachelor of Education student Natasha Rivera showcased Duolingo, a science-based language education platform that makes learning languages visually engaging and infinitely fun! Offered as an app, Duolingo can integrated as a supplement in flexible learning scenarios, allowing students and teachers to learn a variety languages from Portuguese to Ukranian with an interactive and user friendly interface.

Technology in Transit – Evernote

Technology in Transit – Evernote

Technology in Transit is a monthly event that gives students the chance to showcase an educational technology in teaching practice. This month: Evernote!