Learning Technologies News
I Can See Clearly Now
Physics professor Matt Anderson is the 2014-2015 Senate Distinguished Professor. Click here to go to the article from SDSU NewsCenter, by Coleen L. Geraghty.
New Campuswide License! Camtasia and Snagit
Have you ever wanted to narrate a presentation or record a video tutorial from your computer, but didn't have the right tool? SDSU has recently entered into a licensing agreement with software provider Techsmith to permit all faculty and staff to download and install Camtasia Studio, Camtasia for Mac, and Snagit at no charge.
If you're interested in installing the software, you can request a license key from the ETS Helpdesk at http://ets.sdsu.edu/helpdesk/swrenewal.htm or you can contact your IT contact who can help with installation.
For more information, or to learn more about the products, please visit: http://www.techsmith.com
Amy Schmitz Weiss on Twitter as a Learning Tool
SDSU's Dr. Amy Schmitz Weiss describes three ways she uses Twitter for student assignments in her classes in the School of Journalism and Media Studies.
Kelvin Crosby: From Where I Sit
SDSU Undergraduate Kelvin Crosby talks about the academic challenges he faces as a visual and hearing impaired student at SDSU and how CSU faculty and staff can help disabled students succeed in college.