Using Google Applications in Teaching and Learning

Facilitator:  Dr. Nicolette Roman (UWC)

Date, time and venue: 20th of July 2010, 14.00-16.00, Room B109, Old Science Building, Faculty of Applied Sciences, Bellville Campus.

Workshop description:

Google has launched a number of free web-based applications, which can also be used to support teaching and learning.  In this workshop, participants will explore a suite of Google applications, such as Google docs and Google chat to facilitate collaborative learning. There will also be time to generate ideas on how to integrate these functions into participants own teaching.


Workshop Resources

This is the video of the presentation, duration: app. 1 hour 20 minutes, 258 MB.

Google Applications in Teaching and Learning by Dr. Nicolette Roman on Vimeo


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About D Gachago

I have been working in the field of eLearning for more than 10 years, in commercial companies and in Higher Education, in Austria, Botswana, Scotland and now South Africa. I am still enthusiastic about all the interesting stuff that's going on and am trying desperately to keep on top of all the new technology coming out (not always managing very well).
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One Response to Using Google Applications in Teaching and Learning

  1. Benny says:

    Nice! Maybe you can let viewers now that a DVD is available of this video should they like a better quality.

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