Filed under presentationshigher-educationapple on January 14, 2013.
On Monday, October 22nd, I was the presenter for a local brown-bag at the Columbus Learning Center for the three institutions of higher education on our shared campus: Ivy Tech Community College, IUPUC and Purdue College of Technology. The topic of my presentation is the use of the TV in the Classroom. See, even Vice Chancellors can stay current in the use of instructional technologies!
This post provides the slides used for that presentation as well as the presentation outline. If you have something to add or a comment about the content, please drop in a comment after the post. Check out the entire presentation content after the break below.
Google Docs Presentation:
Presentation Notes: TV - Out of the Living Room and into the Classroom:
Agenda (slide 2):
This 45 minute presentation will discuss the Apple TV and its use in the classroom. Major topics include:
Background music before presentation provided by TV Radio, Classical, A1900 Classical
Why an TV (slide 3):
Hardware (slide 4–5):
Below is a list of the hardware you may need based on your classroom:
Remote Control (slide 6):
You can control the Apple TV with the following devices:
Out of the Box Capabilities (slide 7) and Demonstration:
Without a connection to any other device, the TV provides the following features to enhance instruction (brainstorming time!):
AirPlay is the process of transmitting audio, video and apps to the TV. The following are discussed:
The TV has the following network requirements:
Questions and Discussion: