Michael Scalero – Director of Learning Technology
Peter Koen – Associate Professor, Howe School of Technology Management
John Nastasi – Director of Product-Architecture Program, SSE
Andy Stein – Chief of Operations, CAL
Themis Veleni – Assistant Professor, CAL
“Instructional technology” has historically been regarded as supplying projectors and sound systems in traditional classrooms. As newer, interactive technologies have evolved, so has our understanding of the powerful ways these tools can support teaching and learning in effective ways. An interactive learning environment is one in which instructors utilize technology to engage and interact with students, moving away from more linear concepts of knowledge acquisition. As new technologies emerge and become integrated into our environment, they can become instrumental to the way we learn and conduct research. The goal of the Learning Technology Expo is to explore the way new technologies can greatly enhance learning environments. It is the opportunity to explore the intersection between technology and pedagogy. To explore these questions and more, join other members of the Stevens community for the 2014 Learning Technology Expo and conference, which will feature interdisciplinary perspectives on teaching and learning with technology at Stevens.
(Presenters will have up to 20 minutes with 5-10 minutes left for Q&A)
9:30am: Mike Scalero kick-off
9:35am: Keith Sheppard on TaLK (Teaching and Learning Knowledge) group
9:45am: Peter Koen on using Twitter in the classroom with Twijector
10:30am: John Nastasi on the Virtual Learning Environment
11:00am: Andy Stein on interactive digital pens in the classroom
11:30am: Themis Veleni on teaching her course through our new Learning Management System, Canvas.
12:00pm: Office of Learning Technology will do a quick IGNITE session highlighting a variety of educational technologies
12:30pm: Enjoy each other's company over refreshments
Tweet your expectations at #ltexpo14