Teaching, Learning, and Research at 400 Feet

Thursday, February 21 | 10:15AM–11:00AM PT | Pacific Promenade - Poster34
Session Type: Poster Session
Delivery Format: Poster Session
Join us as we explore how unmanned aircraft systems (UASs), often called drones, are being utilized in higher education. Members of Colgate University and Hamilton College will share their experiences in leveraging UASs to support teaching, learning, and research at their institutions. We will identify, discuss, and share specific policies, procedures, and practices related to the implementation and long-term support of this technology as we investigate a range of applications from exploring active volcanoes in Hawaii to supporting advanced video courses. Learn more and get your questions answered.

Outcomes: Explore the use of UASs in teaching, learning, and research * Investigate policies, procedures, and practices that promote the implementation and long-term support of UASs * Share information and resources and explore a variety of perspectives regarding the use of UASs at institutions of higher ed

Presenters

  • Doug Higgins

    Instructional Designer, Hamilton College
  • Ahmad Khazaee

    Director of Engagement and Support, Colgate University

Resources & Downloads

  • Teaching Learning and Research at 400 Feet

    Updated on 5/26/2022