iTunes U in the Classroom: The Reality of "Cool" Technology

Monday, June 02 | 3:30PM–4:15PM | City Terrace 9 (Third Floor)
Session Type: Professional Development
Many college students today are comfortable communicating through digital media. Simultaneously, faculty members are increasingly cognizant of the pedagogical benefits of digital technologies. This presentation will explore whether Apple's iTunes U can provide an effective way for faculty and students to produce, store, access, and distribute digital content. We will describe how faculty from the music, foreign languages, and economics departments collaborated with the Educational Technology Center to pilot iTunesU. Can this "cool" technology meet our institution's digital needs, or will this content-hungry application turn us into Looney Tunes U?

Presenters

  • Calvin Burgamy

  • Emily Gwynn

    Academic Technology Services / Canvas Administrator, Agnes Scott College
  • Tami Stanko

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