You may remember that we wrote about the Wacom Interactive Pen Display back in 2013. Since then, we have seen faculty and staff create new, powerful learning materials for UCSF curriculum.
To get people excited about using the technology and to showcase some of the work that has been done with the display, we have put together the following showcase video:
As described in the showcase, join the Learning Technologies Group at a Multimedia Clinic to learn more about using the Wacom interactive display, see a demo and get started on a project using this great piece of technology. There is still time to register for the Friday, May 9 Multimedia Clinic!
The showcase video was developed using software and digital video equipment available and supported in the Tech Commons. If you are interested in learning how to use the resources and software to create this type of video for your course or department, join us at a Tech Clinic or contact the Learning Technologies Group directly!
Side note: While developing this video we confirmed the correct pronunciation of the word Wacom. It is pronounced “Wah-Kum”, not Way-Kum nor Wack-Kum.
Image Credit: Alex Kwa via the NounProject