Multi-window Management for Teaching and Learning
Wednesday, June 21 3:40 PM-4:00 PM Location: Banneker
Presider: John Maune, Hokusei Gakuen University, Japan
Abstract: A computer display can be organized into a group of several windows. Each window can contain a component relevant to a lesson. For example, separate windows can be set up to contain an assignment, a work area for text or a computer program; reference material; text and video tutorials; google forms quiz; blackboard quizzes; and multi user discussions. In this presentation we will demonstrate several multi-window teaching related examples. We will also demonstrate multi-window management techniques. There will be a discussion of how advances in display resolution technology and user tolerance of very small, mobile phone sized, viewing areas will make teaching with multiple windows increasingly relevant.