Explorations in Instructional Technology
sponsored by MSU Libraries, Computing, and Technology, and the MSU College of Natural Science

Spring 2011 Explorations in Instructional Technology
sponsored by
MSU Libraries, Computing, and Technology,
and the MSU College of Natural Science

Unless otherwise noted, all sessions meet from 12:00 noon to 1:00 p.m. in room 105 Natural Science Building. Everyone is welcome to attend. For more information contact Byron Brown (brownb@msu.edu).

January 14 Steve Weiland, MSU College of Education, "What Do We Want From Writing in Online Learning?"

January 21 William Hart-Davidson, and Jeffrey Grabill, MSU Writing, Rhetoric and American Cultures, "Coordinating and Evaluating Online Peer Review: Tools and Strategies."

January 28 Theresa Bernardo, MSU College of Veterinary Medicine, "Serious Social Media: Learning from Applications to Global Public Health."

February 4 Byron Brown, MSU Economics and LC&T, "Accessing and Using ANGEL Tracking Data to Evaluate Student Learning and the Use of Online Materials."

February 11 Sean Pue, Linguistics & German, Slavic, Asian & African Languages, "Hindi, Urdu and Beyond: Web-based Video and Handwriting Widgets for Mobile and Traditional Devices."

February 25 The College of Engineering, the College of Education, and the Office of Libraries, Computing and Technology present the Third Annual Mini Conference on Instructional Technology. This event, which will include lunch, will take place in the new learning spaces on the first floor of Erickson Hall.
March 18 Jason Aubrey and Perry Samson, University of Michigan, "Using U of M's 'Lecture Tools.'"

March 25 Christina DeJong, MSU Criminal Justice and Center for Integrative Studies in Social Science. "An Application of E-Portfolios in Undergraduate Education: Interdisciplinary Studies in Social Science at MSU."

April 1 Gerd Kortemeyer, Lyman Briggs College, "Mathematical Functionality in LON-CAPA: Numerical, Symbolic, and Graphing Functions."
April 8 Angie Leslie, "MSU Fisheries and Wildlife, "Lecture Recording Beyond PowerPoint Slides Voice-Over."

April 15 Staff from MSU Virtual University Design and Technology, and Academic Technology Services, "Update on MSU's Moodle Project."

Except as noted, all sessions meet from 12:00 noon to 1:00 p.m. in 105 Natural Science Building. The session on November 5 will meet in a room to be announced, but at the usual day and time.

Everyone is welcome to attend. For more information contact Byron Brown (brownb@msu.edu).
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