Student Information Technology Exchange 2.0 for Professional and Academic Development (Innovative Practice)

Wednesday, January 21 | 11:00AM–1:00PM | Curacao 1-4
Session Type: Professional Development
Student Information Technology Exchange 2.0 is a collaborative professional development program for library and technology student workers involving weekly video conferencing sessions between six NITLE institutions: Carleton, Colorado, Lake Forest, Macalester, St. Olaf colleges, and DePauw University. Topics include learning theory, instructional design, and teaching techniques among others. The program provides students, who numbered twelve this last summer, with skills in both professional reflective practices and universal pedagogical principles. Supervisor and student evaluations along with student journal entries add insights into the students' progress and the program's efficacy. Program materials will be available with an invitation to contribute to this emerging community of practice.


  • Michael Gough

    Manager, Adobe
  • Donnie Sendelbach

    Director of Academic Technology, Denison University
  • Weston Taylor

    Instructional Technologist for Emerging Technology, Colorado College

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