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Digital Pedagogy Round Table
May 25, 2016 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm | McHenry Library, Room 1350Free
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)