Teaching, Learning, and Research with Emerging Technologies: Guided Discussions of Strategies (separate registration is required)

Monday, January 29 | 8:00AM–11:00AM CT | Galerie 6, Second Floor
Session Type: Additional Fee Program
Delivery Format: Preconference Workshop
How do you implement and support a range of emerging learning technologies and practices on your campus? How do you gain the support of your organization? Join us for an energetic conversation as we explore strategies to successfully investigate and implement a series of technologies as tools for learning (e.g., 3D scanning and printing, drones, virtual reality), as well as associated support services at a variety of institutions. Participate in a number of brainstorming activities to identify strategies, technologies, and services that fit your organization while establishing intercampus networks between institutions of different types and sizes.

Outcomes: Explore key factors for supporting and implementing emerging learning technologies and pedagogical practices in higher ed * Create a strategy to build and support emerging learning technologies and practices at your institution * Connect with colleagues and join a network of institutions and individuals to share information and resources about emerging learning technologies and pedagogical practices

Presenters

  • Doug Daniels

    Lux Lab Coordinator, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)
  • Doug Higgins

    Instructional Designer, Hamilton College
  • Ian Roy

    Director for Research Technology and Innovation / Founding Head of MakerLab / Adjunct Professor in the Brandeis International Business School, Brandeis University
  • Jordan Tynes

    Director, Academic Fabrication and Digital Design, Wellesley College

Resources & Downloads

  • ELI18 PreConferenceWorkshop

    21 MB, pdf - Updated on 2/7/2018