March 13, 2012, 10 a.m. – 1:30 p.m., K-State Student Union Ballroom
Information Technology Services, the Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning, the Division of Continuing Education, Information and Educational Technology, and the Student Governing Association are hosting a Teaching, Learning and Technology Showcase.
The purpose of the event is to:
• showcase exemplary teaching talent on campus
• inspire faculty to use technology in innovative ways
• share best practices with university colleagues
• interact with technology vendors
Message from Ken Stafford, CIO
At the showcase, K-State faculty and staff will demonstrate how they use technology to enhance teaching and learning. Have you thought about using social media, videos, portfolios, special apps in your courses? Faculty will demonstrate how they use these technologies and many more. Mini-presentations will be given on:
- Going Mobile: Developing mobile apps – Andy Bennett
- Music and Technology in the Classroom – Cora Cooper
- Advancing Public Knowledge of Traumatic Brain Injury: Creating Change in Kansas – Deb Sellers
Cytek, Steelcase, Office Works, Dell, Adobe, and others will be on hand to demonstrate their products. Put your name in the hat for drawings to be held for some great door prizes and more. Must be present to win.
Registration will begin at 9 a.m. Coffee, juice and muffins will be served on the 2nd Floor Concourse, outside the Grand Ballroom. The showcase begins at 10 a.m. A light lunch will be provided from 11-1. Come join us for an informative, fun-filled three and a half hours – stay as little or as long as your schedule permits.
Registration for the event will begin January 31.
See you there.