Technology Test Kitchen Cookbook

USNH Technology Cookbook 

Technology Cookbook cover

 

At the ATI 2016 we introduced the Technology Test Kitchen where "chefs" presented a different technology in an open, interactive hands-on approach giving the ATI participants the opportunity to explore different technologies that they might incorporate into their open education project and/or their classes.

Each of the chefs created a "recipe" which include details and resources for using the technology they presented.  These test kitchen recipes are compiled into the USNH Technology Cookbook which can be downloaded for future reference and to share. 

 


UPDATES
2018

The cookbook was updated for the ATI January 2018 event and was converted into PressBooks format which can be updated at each event.  Old recipes from prior events were updated. This is what you can find in our new cookbook:

  • Hypothesis,

  • Pressbooks,
  • OER Commons,
  • DoOO (Domain of One’s Own),
  • Flipboard.
2017

New and revised recipes include:

  • Social Media: Twitter for Professional Growth
  • Video: Screencasting with Kaltura CaptureSpace, Editing with iMovie, YouTube, Audacity
  • Websites: Blogging with Wordpress
  • Publishing: Pressbooks, OER Commons
  • Digital Humanities: DoOO (Domain of One’s Own), Hypothes.is
  • LMS Use: Canvas, Moodle
2016

In this first edition, the recipes include:

  • TouchCast Studio for green screen video recording (Master Chef:  Karen Cangialosi)
  • Twitter as a communication channel between your class as well as professional community of practice (Master Chef: Steve Covello)
  • eBook authoring (Master Chef: Elizabeth Dalton)
  • Blogging & RSS feeds (Master Chef: Julie Moser)
  • Creative Commons plugin for MS Office (Master Chef: Michael Nieckoski)
  • Hypothesis, web markup tool that permist annotating web pages (Master Chef:  Scott Robison)
  • Kaltura Quiz-in-Video feature (Kaltura=streaming media server) (Master Chef: Dena Shields)