Crash tutorial on lecturing/presenting with an iPad: Learn how to use remarkable features with no stress.
Last August I was preparing to lecture my first module. Very excited, overly keen and quite anxious I asked myself: “What is the best way to do it?”. I resolved I needed the possibility to use two screens simultaneously and to interact with both of them. After thorough research I decided to take the risk and I bought an iPad.
It turned out that not only I could do what I had planned fairly easily (split-screen) but also many more possibilities, ideas, features and APPs were there to support my work.
Possibilities related to lecturing/presenting such as:
• easily interact with pdf slides
• annotate on R output in real time
• save all the work done during lectures and share it instantly afterwards
Possibilities related to the lecturer work beyond the lecture theatre such as:
• easily take and store notes from seminars and conferences
• annotate on students’ work
• edit pdf files without tex source
• sign documents
In this informal session I will share my experience of lecturing with an iPad and point out the features and APPs which I have found most useful this year. I will set aside some time for you to try the iPad out if you like. Your suggestions and feedback will be extremely welcome.
Alignment with UKPSF: A2, A3, A4, A5, K2, K4, V1.
Date: 13th March 2019
Dr Pieralberto Guarniero
Pieralberto Guarniero is a Senior Teaching Fellow at the Statistics Department, Warwick University. He is a WATEPGR winner with a strong passion for teaching and a keen interest for Mathematics Education, Communication of Science and Technology Enhanced Teaching and Learning; and a TEDx speaker .
He holds a Master's Degree in Mathematics from the University of Padua, a Doctorate Degree in Statistics from the University of Warwick, and a Master's (Corso di Alta Formazione) in Mathematical Finance from the University of Bologna.