Instructional Resource Center offers Spring workshops

AUGUSTA, GA. – The Georgia Regents University Instructional Resource Center will host workshops throughout Spring semester to aid GRU faculty, staff and students in integrating technology into classroom instruction, improving presentations and implementing new technological resources.

ActivInspire
Tues., March 4, 4:30-5:30 p.m.
University Hall Room 250
This workshop will take participants through ActivInspire, an interactive whiteboard software. Open to anyone with current JAG Card.
Click here to register.

Promethean Planet
Wed., March 12, 8:30-9:45 a.m.
University Hall Room 250
This workshop will take participants through Promethean Planet, a unique teaching collaboration community, and its vast resources. It will also teach techniques to modify downloaded flipcharts. Open to anyone with current JAG Card.
Click here to register.

Beginning SMART Notebook
Fri., March 19, 8:30-9:45 a.m.
University Hall Room 250
In this work session participants develop their own ActivInspire Flipcharts, SMART Notebook files, or clip the “edTPA Task 2 like” videos while using our instructor as a resource.
Click here to register.

SMART Exchange
Wed., April 2, 8:30-9:45 a.m.
University Hall Room 250
This workshop takes participants through the SMART Exchange and its vast resources. Participants will also learn techniques to modify downloaded notebook files.
Click here to register.

New workshops are offered monthly. Attendance is free with a current Jag Card. Register for classes by clicking the course titles above, or visit eventbrite.com/o/gru-instructional-resource-center-5809739478?s=20772436. For non-GRU registration, or for more information, contact Jennifer Armstrong at 706-737-1659.

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