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Introduction

Why would I use technology in my face to face class?

The training/tutorials/best practices on this site are designed to help you implement these ideas.

Would you like to punch up your materials and reduce your workload at the same time? Technology can increase student engagement and make your course more interactive. It eliminates classroom barriers and brings creativity and originality to traditional instruction. Best of all, technology saves you time by keeping course materials well organized and logically structured. Automation saves you from time-consuming tasks, such as scoring quizzes or transferring grades to the grade book.

But it can also be intimidating. You may wonder if it will be too difficult or will take too much time. This section addresses those concerns and outlines the benefits and best practices for incorporating technology in your face-to-face classroom.

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