SEM04P-Conceptual Frameworks for Teaching with Technology: Media Theory and Classroom Practice (separate registration is required)

Tuesday, October 25 | 12:30PM–4:00PM | Meeting Room 210D, Level Two
Session Type: Additional Fee Program
Delivery Format: Preconference Seminar
Often in technological pedagogy we find ourselves tasked with integrating new networks, tools, and systems into the curriculum before we have had adequate time to examine their role in the larger ecosystem of higher education. This seminar will present strategies for the "on field" analysis and evaluation of emerging media tools through the direct application of richly thoughtful conceptual frameworks.

Outcomes: Deploy theoretical models to inform practical deployment of technological pedagogy * Assess emerging media tools through your position in the larger emerging media framework * Develop theoretical arguments for the deployment of emerging media tools in pedagogical use


  • Gardner Campbell

    Associate Professor of English, Virginia Commonwealth University
  • Christina Engelbart

    Executive Director, Doug Engelbart Institute
  • Mike Griffith

    Dir. of Strategic Academic Technology Innovation, Tulane University

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