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Teaching with Technology Workshop Series begins this week

February 17, 2009

The Teaching with Technology Workshop Series now in its third year, is a collaborative effort between Computer Training and Support Services, or CTSS, and the Institute for Learning and Teaching, or TILT. The series explores the use of various technological tools to support the achievement of learning and teaching goals.

While the sessions are geared toward the teaching environment, many of the topics which are covered can be educational and applicable to a broader audience.

Spring semester sessions

Four unique presentations will be offered this semester. All sessions will be held in 202 Weber Building from 4-5 p.m. and registration is not required. The spring line-up includes:

Feb. 19 - Jesse Hausler and Sherri Keller, Equal Opportunity and Diversity/ATRC, will present the session, "Assistive Technology: A Tool for "Inclusion" or "Exclusion" in Today''s Technologically-based Classroom."

Mar. 5 - Darrell Fontane and Mazdak Arabi, Civil Engineering: "Google RAP (Recognizing Apps Potential)."  

Mar. 26 - Brian Jones, Physics: "Use Your Power(Point) Wisely: Creating Effective Slides and Presentations."

Apr. 16 - Ajoy Sarkar, Design and Merchandising, will close the series with "Augmenting Student Learning Via a Web-based Laboratory." 

Additional information about the series and descriptions of each session. 

Contact: Sally Hibbitt
Phone: (970) 491-2726