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Digital Pedagogy Round Table
May 25, 2016 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
McHenry Library, Room 1350 | Free
Faculty and instructors from across the university will offer lightning talks about new assignments and classroom strategies that integrate technologies into their pedagogy. Join the Digital Pedagogy group for a broad introduction to innovative learning possibilities.
The presentations will cover a broad range of topics, from digital exhibit building as a final class assignment to creating and employing video taped lectures and classroom content. The panel will consist of:
- Benefits of a Flipped Classroom
Matthew Clapham (Earth and Planetary Sciences)
- Omeka as a platform for student research
Renee Fox (Literature)
- The Learning Glass for hybrid and online instruction
Herbie Lee, Vice Provost for Academic Affairs (Applied Math and Statistics)
- Google Earth for teaching spatial and global thinking
Elaine Sullivan (History)
- From flipped to fully online
Max Tarjan (Ecology and Evolutionary Biology)