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Instructional Technology & Design

Pamela Gades
Instructional Technology Specialist
Instructional & Media Technologies
35 Humanities/Fine Arts Bldg. (HFA)
(320) 589-6376
Email: pam@morris.umn.edu

See Pam's Blog on Instructional Technology

Online Guides and Tutorials:

Technology Learning Resources

Workshops and Seminars:

A series of hands-on workshops will be offered this Fall semester. Schedule will be announced shortly.

Consulting, Coaching & Training

  • Individual consulting and coaching as you develop, implement, and assess your approaches to integrating technology into your classes.
  • Small group and classroom training
  • Group Workshops and Training Seminars

 



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Course Web Sites

Please see the "Learn About ..." section below for additional help and information on these options.


Additional Instructional Tools

Please see the "Learn About ..." section below for additional help and information on these tools.

UTools: Software Licensing and Open-Source Options

The Office of Information Technology (OIT) strives to provide the entire University community with the lowest priced software options possible. The first phase of the UTools initiative was to expand OIT’s current software license program and recommend an evolving Delicious-based list of free or low cost open-source and shareware applications and tools, aligning with the U of M mission of research and discovery, teaching and learning, and outreach and public service. The UTools long-term vision is to provide a comprehensive list of software and applications available to assist faculty and staff by leveraging technology to advance and support extraordinary education, breakthrough research, and dynamic public engagement.

U of M's UTools Information

Delicious-based list of free or low cost open-source and shareware applications and tools

Free Software Available for U of M-owned Computers

For the following software, please contact the Help Desk (HFA Rm. 123, 589-150), ummhelp@morris.umn.edu):

  • Mathematica
  • Fetch (FTP client for Macintosh)
  • WinSCP (FTP client for Windows)
  • NetFiles Desktop Client (Windows)

Learn About . . .


Learn about Camtasia Relay
Learn about iTunes U
Learn about Media Mill
Learn about Moodle
Learn about ePortfolio
Learn about Student Response Systems
Learn about UMConnect
Learn about UThink Blogs
Learn about UMWiki


UMM Campus Resources

Instructional and Media Technologies (recently reorganized department that combines Instructional Technology, Media Services, and the Computing Services Help Desk)
Note: a new Web site is being created. In the meantime, please refer to:

Technology at UMM
http://www.morris.umn.edu/technology/

Briggs Library
http://www.morris.umn.edu/library

UMM Digital Collections
http://contentdm.morris.umn.edu/

Disability Services
http://www.morris.umn.edu/services/dsoaac/dso

Online Learning (UMM)
http://onlinelearning.morris.umn.edu


University of Minnesota, Twin Cities Resources

Faculty Development Programs
http://www.oit.umn.edu/faculty-programs/

Collaborative for Academic Technology Innovation
http://www.oit.umn.edu/collaborative/index.htm

Center for Teaching and Learning
http://www.umn.edu/ohr/teachlearn

Educational Technology
http://www.oit.umn.edu/educational-technology/

Disability Services
http://ds.umn.edu

Office of Classroom Management
http://www.classroom.umn.edu

Technology Enhanced Learning
http://www.umn.edu/tel

University Technology Training Center
http://uttc.umn.edu/training/

UMART (online computer & software store for current students, faculty, and staff)
http://umart.umn.edu


Other Useful Links

Wikis in Plain English (video)

EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative:

Microsoft Office 2010 resources

Transitioning to Microsoft Office 2007 (from Office 2003) -- Windows