Do you have a technology expertise you can share with your colleagues?

Do you have experience with a particular technology that you can share with your fellow instructors? Or are you looking to get started with lecture capture? Just want some information about blogs? We can help!

FCLD's Instructional Technology Networking Wiki is a listing of faculty members at the University of Hartford who have offered to share their technological expertise with their colleagues. While this is a public wiki and open to anyone, it is intended to be used and edited by faculty at the University of Hartford. If you are an instructor who has never used a wiki before, here's a great video to get you started.

Finding a Technology Mentor
If you are looking for assistance with a particular type of technology, just click on one of the categories to find a list of participating faculty members willing to be contacted for help.

Can't find a mentor? This wiki was launched in September 2011, so we are still in the early stages of finding peer mentors. If we don't have a mentor for a particular technology yet, email and we can help you get started.

Adding Your Name to the Directory
To add yourself as a mentor, click on a category, then click the Edit button at the top of the page and enter your information. For security reasons, we recommend you use only your University of Hartford email or campus phone number. Feel free to enter your name in multiple categories if you are willing to work with faculty on more than one type of technology. If you have a technology expertise that is not listed here, feel free to enter it in the Other category.

To edit your information or remove your name from the directory, click on the category below where you entered your information and click on the Edit button on that page to change your listing.

Technology Categories

Clickers/Personal Response Systems
Digital Video
eReaders (Nook, Kindle, etc.)/Digital Textbooks
Flipping the Classroom
Images/Photo Editing
Microsoft Excel
Microsoft PowerPoint
Mobile Technologies (iPad, tablet, smartphones)
RSS Feeds/Social Bookmarking
SPSS/Statistics Software
Screen Capture (Jing, Captivate, etc.)

Other Technologies