On the Cutting Edge with Social Software in the Learning Process - Sponsored by Aruba Networks

Wednesday, May 09 | 11:45AM–1:00PM | Nikko I/II
Session Type: Professional Development
Social software has created exciting new dynamic possibilities for teaching and learning. What are the uses of wikis, blogs, podcasts, Facebook, and the like, and how is academia incorporating them into teaching? This faculty panel will address social software and pedagogy while sharing their experiences from the point of choosing a software, implementing it, and assessing its value to the learning process.


  • Peter Beyersdorf

    Assistant Professor, San Jose State University
  • BJ Fogg

    Director, Persuasive Technology Lab, Stanford University
  • John Ittelson

    Professor Emeritus,, California State University, Monterey Bay
  • Nancy Mackin

    Adjunct Professor, The University of British Columbia
  • Sandra Rotenberg

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