Student Mobile Learning Challenge
The Student Mobile Learning Challenge at Walters State challenges students to use their creativity, imagination, and skills to turn classroom knowledge into engaging presentations for other students. Students can use an app or web tool to turn the class assignments they have already completed into intriguing videos for other students. Check out our contest (opens in a new window) and see the two files below for details. Some student will win an iPad mini at the end of fall and spring semesters.
Welcome to the WSCC Mobile Learning Page
Walters State Community College
Mobile Learning Fellows Program
The Mobile Learning Fellows (opens in a new window) program encourages faculty to explore methods of engaging students and increasing active student involvement using mobile devices and emerging technologies. Faculty interested in becoming a WSCC Mobile Fellow submit a proposal. The proposals are evaluated using the Criteria for Analysis for Proposals by a Fellows Committee composed of members appointed by the Mobilization Subcommittee. Two exemplary proposals are selected each year. After the proposals are selected, the Mobile Fellows carry out the plan indicated in their proposal during the following academic year. The Mobilization Subcommittee proudly congratulates the faculty selected for the Fellows program for 2016-2017:
Instructor of Sociology in the Behavioral and Social Science Division
Jessie Van der Laan
Instructor of Art in the Humanities Division
In addition to a stipend to reward their work, the Mobile Fellows are supported as they present the results of their work at conferences, conduct workshops, travel to other campuses, and serve as a resource to WSCC faculty interested in the pedagogy of mobile learning.
Instructional Design and Related College Committees
Bring Your Own Device Classroom
Faculty Mobile Learning Challenge
The Academic Mobilization Committee is offering faculty a Faculty Mobile Learning Challenge. Watch the Faculty Mobile Learning Challenge video overview (opens in a new window). Below is a file giving more details of the process and a file to be sent to the department of Instructional Design to document your work. If you have any questions about the challenge itself, please let Darlene Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org; extension 2721) or Matthew Smith (email@example.com; extension 6881) know. If you have questions about the process for accepting entries, please let David White (firstname.lastname@example.org; extension 6765) or Vickie Mills (email@example.com; extension 2694) know.
Let's Make a Deal
Let's Make a Deal! We give you free apps and/or hardware and software and you tell us how it enhanced your classroom. Start by reading the "Let's Make a Deal Procedures" document below.
Courses Recently Converted to Desktop Video Mode of Delivery
Walters State currently offers the following courses recently converted to Desktop Video Course mode of delivery following WSCC's Course Conversion process:
Courses Recently Converted to Online Mode of Delivery
Walters State currently offers the following courses recently converted to Online Course mode of delivery following WSCC's Course Conversion process:
Courses Recently Converted to Hybrid Mode of Delivery
Walters State currently offers the following courses recently converted to Hybrid Course mode of delivery following WSCC's Course Conversion process:
Rubrics allow faculty members to assess difficult-to-assess student assignments and activities; document faculty response to students; justify students' grades; and give students quick feedback.