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Doceri Teacher Feature: Krista Hands, Oklahoma Baptist University

Name: Dr. Krista Hands School: Oklahoma Baptist University State: OK Subject: Mathematics – all levels Krista Hands is a mathematics professor at Oklahoma Baptist University in Shawnee, Oklahoma, teaching Trigonometry, Calculus I, Calculus II and Contemporary Math, a general education course – as well training education students on how to teach math. Her discovery of […]

iPads in the Classroom at Majan College in Oman

Tahseen Arshi is bringing a greater degree of interactivity into his classroom using Doceri on the iPad at Majan College in Oman. In this video, he explains how he is able to annotate his classroom presentations to bring greater clarity to the content, as well as actively involving them in classroom exercises. In his blog […]

Flipping the Higher Ed Humanities Classroom: Teaching Critical Thinking at Cal Poly Pomona

When we spoke with Richard Newton in the fall of 2011, he was just discovering ways to engage his Claremont Graduate University students using Doceri interactive whiteboard app for the iPad. We caught up again with Richard this month to discuss his new adventures in flipped learning at Cal Poly Pomona where he is now […]

Penn State Adopts Doceri iPad Whiteboard Throughout its Campuses

Penn State Instructional Technology Services has adopted a 1,000-seat, university-wide Doceri Desktop education site license for use by its faculty. (read the press release here) “We were looking for an affordable means by which instructors could access programs and annotate their presentations from a mobile device that worked with our existing network infrastructure,” said Brian Young, […]

Like Doceri, new iBook Author puts teachers in control of creating content

Here’s our take on today’s Apple announcement:  It puts teachers in the driver’s seat to create and share content with their students and each other. The content creation trend is moving rapidly into the education realm, and it’s about time. Great teachers create great teaching resources for their classes, and have been doing so for years, from the […]

Northern Arizona University’s W.A. Franke College of Business, with a Doceri Overview

    Paul Wagner, IT Director for The W. A. Franke College of Business, responds to requests from professors at the college who really wanted to use iPads in their classrooms. His research led him to Doceri, and this overview it’s functions and advantages for interactive teaching.

Visual Learning for International Graduate Students at Claremont Graduate University

Students from all over the world are attracted to Claremont Graduate University, part of the Claremont University Consortium in Southern California, where the focus is on transdisciplinary doctoral programs that break down barriers and foster conversation to create a better world. For most International students at CGU, English is a second – or third, fourth […]

Future of Technology: MSNBC Looks at iPads in the Classroom

Archbishop Mitty High School will have classroom iPads in use by all 1,800 of its students at this time next year, IT director Eric Anderson told Wilson Rothman, of MSNBC Future of Technology. The segment that aired today – Inside the Wired Classroom, Learning with iPads – is available on the MSNBC Future of Technology web site. Mitty […]

Freed-Hardeman integrates Doceri into iKnow 2.0 Initiative

All incoming Freshmen at Tennesee’s Freed-Hardeman University will be issued an iPad this fall, part of a growing trend toward 1:1 eLearning initiatives using the iPad. As part of its iKnow 2.0 initiative, instructors will also be using iPads equipped with Doceri software as the University begins a shift toward effectively using the iPad as […]