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

Spring 2010 Schedule

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 22 Mark Bitman, MSU Biomedical Laboratory Diagnostics Program, "Making an Online Orientation Program for Students Who Live Remotely."

January 29 John McDaniel, MSU Health Information Technology, "Synchronous Lecture Broadcasting: Lessons Learned."

February 5 Staff from MSU LC&T, vuDAT, and ATS, "An Update on the Future of ANGEL at MSU."

February 19 The College of Engineering, the College of Education, and the Office of Libraries, Computing and Technology present "A Mini-Conference on Using MSU Google Apps." This event, which will include lunch, will take place in the new learning spaces on the first floor of Erickson Hall.

February 26 Adam Brown, MSU Art and Art History, "Intermedia and Evolutionary Biology: An Evolving Interdisciplinary Framework to Bridge the Arts and Sciences."

March 19 Sheila Diedrich, Aplia, Inc., "Aplia's Instructional Software Applications."

March 26 Open discussion on classroom management in the age of Twitter and the iPhone.

April 9 Ethan Watrall, MSU Telecommunication, Information Studies & Media, and MSU History, "Developing and Teaching History 250, an Online and Hybrid Course."

April 16 David Collins, MSU Broadcasting Services, "Videoconference Options at MSU: Report by the Video Conference Business Practices Group."

April 23 Cindy Arvidson, MSU Microbiology & Molecular Genetics, and MSU College of Human Medicine, "Development of a Virtual, Interactive Bacteriology Laboratory for Teaching Medical Microbiology."
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