Building Collaborative Environments For Learning and Extending Technology Skills

Tuesday, March 27 | 12:45PM–1:30PM | Zurich C
Session Type: Professional Development
The rapid advance of technology has enabled students to use powerful technology both in and outside the classroom. But do students know how to use a specific technology? Can our learning spaces support it? Can it be integrated with other technologies to extend students' capabilities? This panel will focus on the development of four collaborative learning environments at Winona State's Math Achievement Center and Visual Media Studio and Oakland University's Library Information Commons and Student Technology Center. We'll provide a replicable roadmap for developing collaborative technology learning environments and highlight the many successes and challenges you may experience along the way.

Presenters

  • Brandon Bernier

    Vice President IT & Chief Information Officer, Colorado State University
  • Ken Graetz

    Director, Teaching, Learning, and Technology Servi, Winona State University
  • Ken Janz

    Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dean of the Library, and CIO, Winona State University

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