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Monday
Oct 9th, 2006
1:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Room D170/172
Mountain Time
Session Type: Afternoon Seminar
Although most institutions provide support for faculty member use of technology, they may not know exactly how technology is being implemented in teaching and learning environments. This practical seminar will help institutions determine the current state of their faculty's technology use, illustrate emerging instructional technologies, and provide strategies to help instructional designers and faculty design pedagogically effective activities and applications for the next generation of learning tools and students.

PLEASE NOTE: This seminar requires every participant to bring a laptop with wireless capability. You will need an Internet Browser with Flash and Shockwave plug-ins preinstalled for the session. If there are issues that prevent you from bringing a laptop, please write to Victoria Fanning at vfanning@educause.edu.

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