This fall, in collaboration with the Gelardin New Media Center, we are pleased to present a series of informal conversations on Teaching and Learning with Web 2.0 Technologies. These sessions are open to all Georgetown faculty, students, and staff, and will take place in the Dubin Room, Lauinger Library. The first session is this Friday. For details on all of the sessions, please visit our Workshops page.
The internet – called the “cloud” by many – offers an amazing variety of groundbreaking applications that can run directly in your browser. “Cloudware” is fundamentally challenging the way we think about using programs on our computers – rather than purchasing, installing, and running a program on your computer, you can access these applications on any computer’s browser, and most are free to use.
Join Per and Rob for this 1-hour session that will feature 5 web apps, including a Photoshop-like application and one that lets you edit video and audio – all online, and all for free! The session will start with a short demonstration followed by interactive play and brainstorming about academic uses.