About Jennifer MossJennifer Moss, is an instructional designer and adjunct faculty at UAF with over twenty-five years of experience in curriculum development and design for higher education. With a background in web development, graphic design, technical illustration and interactive media, she enjoys designing beautiful, engaging, and authentic learning experiences that function well.
By Jennifer Moss|2013-03-01T13:41:26+00:00March 1st, 2013|
Here are a few links to recent projects, articles or blogs relating to augmented reality (AR) in education. I’ll try to keep adding to this list as time allows! How could you use AR in education? I think the potential for AR in education is unlimited!
Links to all AR related ASTE conference presentations: http://araste.community.uaf.edu/
Augmented Reality Blog: http://augmentedrealityeducation.blogspot.com/
Creating AR in Education: http://blogs.city.ac.uk/care/
Augmented reality in education: teaching tool or […]
By Jennifer Moss|2012-06-13T09:55:06+00:00June 13th, 2012|
PowerPoint vs Prezi
PowerPoint resides on your local computer or flash drive while Prezi can reside both on the Internet cloud or on your local computer (Prezi Desktop). Either way, if you are presenting at a conference, be prepared for everything.
Value of the Talking Head
Quick response, film yourself on whiteboard, answer a question
video of students demonstrating counseling work with slide side of notes or feedback […]
By Jennifer Moss|2012-06-06T19:28:55+00:00June 6th, 2012|
Hello in advance to next week’s iTeach participants! I’m one of the members of the instructional design team here at UAF eLearning. We’re all getting excited to meet everyone face to face next week! Safe travels to those coming in from afar and see you soon!
By Jennifer Moss|2012-05-23T11:29:53+00:00May 22nd, 2012|
(For upstairs IAC iTeach Mini participants)
*Please note that this post is a “sticky” post. Even after you post here to the blog, this one will remain at the top.
For homework, please reflect on some of the ideas we talked about today. Are there any tools or approaches you think you might use again?
Any questions you have for us?
Once you’ve reflected and posted to the […]
By Jennifer Moss|2012-03-22T15:56:07+00:00January 24th, 2012|
WHAT IS iTEACH WEEKENDS?
iTeach Weekends is a 5-day (two non-consecutive weekends and one Saturday) hands-on clinic offered by the Instructional Design Team at UAF’s Center for Distance Education. This intensive clinic is tailored to help you improve upon everything from how you gather and manage your own research, to creating course schedules that work for you and your students, to building and managing online […]