Assessing Student Learning Outcomes with Tablet PCs

Tuesday, March 11 | 12:15PM–1:05PM | Room 551 A/B
Session Type: Professional Development
Tablet PCs used in undergraduate field courses in archaeology and ecology have transformed the way we teach field-mapping and data-collection concepts. Curriculum redesign and assessment strategies were applied to two unique classes, introducing tablet PCs, an emerging mobile technology, with the goal of improving how spatial data are handled, viewed, and collected.


  • Robert Fritz

    Professor of Biology, Vassar College
  • Ginny Jones

    Instructional Designer, Auburn University
  • Meg Stewart

    MAT Student - Earth Science specialty, American Museum of Natural History - Richard Gilder Graduate School
  • Keri Van Camp

    Laboratory Technician, Vassar College

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