As Ohio State transitions to remote learning for the remainder of the semester, we will continue to provide resources to support your learning and well-being as an Ohio State student. In addition to virtual drop-in hours, explore the following resources designed to support your transition to remote learning.
A picture may be worth a thousand words, but a video could be worth $1,000.
Students at Ohio State Marion recently helped local non-profits get funding as part of the Pay It Forward initiative. One tool they used to achieve this was video, created on Digital Flagship iPads using the Adobe Spark Video app.
As you prepare to start a new semester, now is the perfect time to make sure you’re getting the most out of your Digital Flagship iPad. Whether this is your first semester using an iPad or you feel like a seasoned pro, there’s always something new to learn about your device.
As iPads become a common sight in classrooms across The Ohio State University, it’s not just the students who are learning with them; educators are also getting new insights into how a common technology can change the way they teach and being helped along the way by the Digital Flagship Educators cohort.
Thanks to 360-degree video, a technology that makes it possible for viewers to see what is happening in every direction, anyone can join the Department of French and Italian’s study abroad trip to Bologna, Italy. It's a tool that could become part of how the department teaches.
So you’ve got an amazing app idea, but what does it really take to see your creation in the App Store? Discover more about app development at App Fest, where you can take a look into every step from coding and design to building your technical team.
The academic web conferencing tool, CarmenZoom, is available for all students, faculty and staff at Ohio State. Faculty and staff are already using Zoom for video calls with colleagues and hosting webinars, but the tool also offers several benefits for students. Group projects and study sessions...
Introduction to Psychology courses in Spring 2019 took a new, strategic approach to technology integration in their sections, moving forward with a blended model that made room for customization by individual instructors. The process began when 21 Introduction to Psychology instructors—teaching nearly 1,000 students—received technology and training through the Digital Flagship Educators program in January, 2019. Then it was off to the races.
When new Buckeyes open their Digital Flagship iPads for the first time, Visual Communication Design Student Anne Knellinger’s wallpaper image will be there to greet them. Knellinger is using her design education and lifelong Buckeye experience to help new students connect with the university from day one.