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IgnitED Labs Online

Welcome to our 4th Space—our virtual IgnitED Lab. Although our three physical spaces are temporarily closed, we are supporting our visitors here. Learn more about lab technologies with our Video Resources below. Take advantage of our help options through Virtual Tech Visits. Click for immediate help from an Educational Technology Champion (ETC) or reserve a time to schedule a longer Tech Visit. If you are an EDT 180 student looking for assignment support, view the videos, click the Resources tab at the top of the page, or visit with an ETC to learn more.

Spring 2021 Learning Sessions

Mar 2 / Mar 3 | 3-4pm | Microsoft Sway/Google Sites/Adobe Spark: creating a portfolio

Starting a portfolio? Learn all the steps to build your online portfolio with Microsoft Sway, Google Sites, and Adobe Spark.

Mar 16 / Mar 17 | 3-4pm | Adobe XD: task flows and prototypes

Learn how to use Adobe XD for creating and managing task flows.

Apr 13 / Apr 14 | 3-4pm | Scratch: an introduction to coding

Take an intro-level look into coding with an Educational Technology Champion using Scratch.

Apr 27 / Apr 28 | 3-4pm | Adobe Premiere: intermediate and advanced video editing

Already know the basics of video editing? Join us for a higher level look into the possibilites of video editing. For a quick refresher course, view the Adobe Spark video editing Learning Session.

Past Learning Sessions

Feb 9 / Feb 10 | 3-4pm | Google AI experiments: artificial intelligence and music

Learn about how Google created a variety of experiments to showcase the depths of Artificial Intelligence.

Google AI experiments: artificial intelligence and music Reference Sheet

Feb 16 / Feb 17 | 3-4pm | Microsoft Sway: designing a website

Attend an intro-level course about web design with the IgnitED Labs. Microsoft Sway is a great way to get started with the basics of web design.

Microsoft Sway: designing a website Reference Sheet

Virtual Tech Visits

Need immediate help?

Do you have a few questions that may be simple to answer? Need a simple definition? Have a couple of minutes and want to learn more about the labs? Visit with an ETC virtually right now! Someone is available to help Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 9 am to 5 pm, Arizona time.

Want more assistance?

For tough questions, extended learning about emerging technologies, or dedicated support for assignments in EDT 180, schedule a longer session. ETCs are available during 45-minute time slots to focus on assisting you with your questions and needs.

Please contact the ASU Experience Center, available 24/7, for tech support related to ASU technology applications.

littleBits Classroom

Learn how littleBits can introduce students to basic electronic circuits in an easy and safe environment.

The Beam Presence Robot

Explore a new way to communicate with others through the Beam Presence robot.

Blue Yeti Microphone: Podcasting Part 1

Join our 2-part series on podcasting! In part one, explore the Blue Yeti microphone!

PowerPoint: Creating Interactive Applications

Create low-fidelity prototypes for user interactions using PowerPoint's kiosk mode.

LEGO Education: BOOST

Learn how to use block coding to control a variety of projects in LEGO Education's introductory-level kit.

3D Printing Pens

Learn how 3D printing pens work and how they can be used for art and education.

3D Laser Cutting with the Glowforge®

Learn the basics of 3D laser cutting and how machines like the Glowforge can be used in education.

Nintendo Labo

Compatible with the Nintendo Switch, the Nintendo Labo offers students a gentle and family-friendly introduction to the world of VR and AR.

DIY Doc Cam (Type 1)

Learn to craft your own Doc-Cam with a few household items!

Using Slack with Students

Build connections and share learning opportunities with students using Slack.

Virtual Reality Headsets: Oculus Quest

Explore the exciting world of vrirtual reality in education with the Oculus Quest.

AIY Vision Kit by Google

Learn the basics of AI and IoT with the AIY Vision Kit by Google.

LEGO Education: SPIKE Prime

LEGO Education's SPIKE Prime is tailored for middle school students, who can code a variety of designs through the SPIKE application.

Audacity: Major Functions for Podcasting

Learn introductory audio editing skills with Audacity - a free software for Windows, Mac, or Linux users.

AR with the Merge Cube

Merge Cube gives students an opportunity for hands on learning using augmented reality.

LEGO Education: Mindstorms EV3

LEGO Education's most advanced learning set allows users to explore coding and artificial intelligence.

DIY Doc Cam (Type 2)

With just a few items, learn to craft your own Doc-Cam!

Augmented Reality Headsets: ZapBox

Introducing ZapBox, the first affordable AR headset, that uses cardboard devices and software to simulate AR for education.

A Quick Guide to XR, AI and IoT

Learn more about what XR, AI, and IoT are and how they're implemented in our day to day lives and within educational spaces.

Assess, Engage, and Present with Pear Deck

Engage your students remotely or in-person with Pear Deck.