UW Hosts Technology Forum
September 18, 2009 — The University of Wyoming on Monday, Sept. 28, will host a free forum to explore ways teachers and students can use technology to enhance the learning experience and connect in the classroom in new ways.
The forum, "e-volution: Technology in Learning Environments," will be held at Coe Library or may be attended online. This day-long forum will cover everything from Web 2.0 technologies such as Twitter and Facebook to newfound ways of collaborating through the use of Google Docs and Wikis. All sessions will be recorded and archived for later viewing. Links to the recorded sessions will be posted on the forum Web site at www.uwyo.edu/techforum.
Gardner Campbell, director of the Academy for Teaching and Learning at Baylor University. will present give the keynote, "Narrate, Curate, Share: Integrative Learning and Web 2.0," after a free lunch in the library. To learn more about Campbell, visit his blog at: http://www.gardnercampbell.net/blog1.
Registration is required for both onsite and online participation. Onsite participation is limited. For a complete schedule and to register visit www.uwyo.edu/techforum. For more information call 307-766-4847, visit Facebook.com and search "Outreach Credit Programs," or get updates on twitter: @UW_OCP.
9 - 11 a.m.
Coe 216 - Podcasting, Google Docs, Images and Copyrights.
Coe 218 - Personal Learning Environments and Wikis.
11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
Coe 506 - Lunch provided.
Gardner Campbell: "Narrate, Curate, Share: Integrative Learning and Web 2.0."
What are students doing with technology?
What are faculty doing with technology?
Coe 506 - Cell phones in the classroom.
Posted on Monday, September 21, 2009