Two Mizzou professors were recently honored with the MU Excellence in Teaching with Technology Award for 2013.
Newton D’Souza and Peter Motavalli join the names of other technologically innovative and creative educators who have received this award from Educational Technologies at Missouri (ET@MO). Read More
In an on-going effort to ensure pedagogy on the MU campus remains at a high-quality; six courses at MU are taking part in course redesign projects with an aim of creating new student learning outcomes.
One avenue to accomplish that is to enhance the effective use of technology in the classroom. Instructors are working with teams from their colleges and departments and with Educational Technologies at Missouri (ET@MO) to incorporate new teaching methods and technologies into the framework of their classes. Read More
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Excellence in Teaching with Technology Awards
Marc Strid, College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources
ET@MO congratulates recipient of the 2010 - 2011 Excellence in Teaching with Technology awards, Marc Strid from the College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources. Recipients are members of the MU community who have demonstrated excellence in using technology to improve teaching and learning.
Marc's hard work in promoting an awareness of new developments in education technology has led to a substantial improvement in CAFNR teaching and educational resources. Marc has been a strong advocate of lecture capture in the college. This semester he has provided support to fourteen instructors capturing lectures and other course content. He helps instructors from various disciplines in CAFNR capture class content and post it to Tegrity and/or iTunesU for the benefit of students.