Learn a little bit every day

Dr. MayorgaBy Dr. Eduardo Mayorga

The Teaching Professor Tips app delivers a daily teaching tip to your smartphone or tablet. Brief and to the point, each tip provides a nugget of practical wisdom regarding assignment strategies, student engagement, classroom management, grading and feedback, instructional vitality, or other topics of interest to today’s college faculty.

The app lets users:

  • Get one tip every day (365/year)
  • Specify the time of day they want to receive their tip
  • Share favorite tips on social media or email
  • Send their own tips to the editor for possible inclusion

Click here to learn more about the app and how to get it for free
http://www.magnapubs.com/teaching-tips-app/

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Posted in 2016 | Leave a comment

Control your PowerPoint presentation from your phone

Dr. MayorgaBy Dr. Eduardo Mayorga

Many times you need to give a lecture but you do not want to stand behind the podium to control your presentation. You rather want to walk around the room and still be able to keep control.

“Office remote” is an app that you can download for Android and IOS and that will turn your phone in a remote control.

Watch the following video to learn how to do so:

Posted in 2016 | Leave a comment

Better communications with spelling and grammar check

Dr. MayorgaBy Dr. Eduardo Mayorga

(I have no financial interest to disclose)

When preparing a paper for a journal or writing a presentation you need to focus not only on content but also on grammar and spelling.

Most word processors and browsers have a spell checker built in and also make some recommendations on grammar.

If you want to really polish your work, specially if English is not your first language try “Grammarly”.

Take a look at the video below.

Posted in 2015 | Leave a comment

PowerPoint: Hidden tricks in the right button of your mouse

Dr. MayorgaBy Dr. Eduardo Mayorga

Learn how to use a laser pointer, draw on your slides, highlight text and zoom in, in your PowerPoint presentations

Watch the presentation below

Posted in 2015 | Leave a comment