11:27 a.m., Oct. 13, 2010----The University of Delaware IT Technology Fair is the perfect opportunity to ask in-depth questions about existing and emerging technologies. Whether you're on the cutting edge, or catching up, the fair is the place to have close-up, hands-on experience with technology.
The campus community is invited to attend the fair on Tuesday, Oct. 19, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., in the Trabant University Center Multipurpose Rooms. Registration is encouraged, but not required. A light buffet lunch will be provided.
From 3D video to Microsoft Office, high-speed camera applications to online content development, the fair is the place to get tech questions answered. If you don't see something you are interested in, ask about it to get the conversation started.
The fair will emphasize "hands-on" technology stations for participants to become familiar with technology available for them to use inside and outside the classroom.
Technology stations will be set up in the Trabant Multipurpose Rooms to demonstrate technologies such as:
- UD Capture -- including recordings from a document camera;
- UD video annotation tool for adding comments and time markers;
- Video conferencing options from self-service tools to studio production;
- UD Mobile Web;
- Hands-on Tech Playground;
- i>clicker -- the campus supported classroom response system;
- The new RDMS computing laboratory;
- Online learning at UD;
- Poll Everywhere -- for large events or "open" classrooms;
- Office 2010 (Windows) and Office 2011 (Mac) -- new capabilities in the latest versions;
- E-portfolio tools;
- GoogleApps @UDel.edu for real-time collaboration, data collection, and more;
- LearnIT@UD -- your one-stop shop for IT training;
- TechQuest Forum demonstration;
- Sakai@UD Tools -- grading, assessment, communication, and guest management;
- Social media and Web 2.0 for teaching and learning;
- Web creation tools;
- Cyber security: Our shared responsibility;
- Emerging opportunities in Second Life;
- Mobile apps -- iPad, etc.;
- LiveScribe pen and Wacom tablet;
- Your link to IT: Information Technologies Communication Group;
- Classroom technology from IT University Media Services;
- Student Multimedia Design Center; and
- Understanding the role of assistive technology in higher education.
Videos and posters
Throughout the fair, numerous videos will be presented to alert you to technologies you may not be familiar with or may simply want more information about.
Many units from campus will be present to provide assistance to participants. Staff members will come from units such as:
- IT Academic Technology Services (IT-ATS);
- IT Client Support & Services (IT-CS&S);
- IT University Media Services (IT-UMS);
- IT Web Development (IT-WD);
- Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL);
- Office of Education Assessment (OEA);
- Student Multimedia Design Center (SMDC), and;
- UD Online (UDOL).
For more information, visit the IT-ATS website.