Lightboards Across the Curriculum

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Last Friday I had the opportunity to share our latest innovative tech tool with some colleagues from the Tampa Area. Special thanks to Tony Erban, Chair of Education at the University of Tampa, and Silvina Iglesias a Spanish teacher at Robinson High School in Hillsborough County, for dropping by, brainstorming, and trying out some new ways to use a lightboard to teach language. A small sample of Silvina’s session is posted below.

Yes, it is official; thanks to Heith Hennel‘s Endowed Chair and the Valencia Foundation, the East campus now has an upgraded lightboard, and we are looking for professors and students to share their talent in making great content for learning.

The image below is a 360 image. Hold down your left mouse button and scroll around the image to see the full 360 perspective. If you would like to learn more about 360 images/video and remote teaching, click here

Playing with our lightboard - Spherical Image - RICOH THETA

Like James Coddington and his team at Osceola, the Circles team here at east is excited help you find new and innovative ways to apply the lightboard across the curriculum and we are happy to work with faculty and lab staff from any campus. If you have ideas for how you can use a lightboard with your students. Please don’t hesitate to contact us.

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