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ELI In Conversation: Introducing New Technology to Faculty

In this forty-two minute podcast we feature a conversation from the ELI 2009 Annual Meeting. Participants in our lively roundtable discuss their experiences with introducing new technology to faculty, approaches to digital literacy, and ways to think about teaching with (or without) technology. Our discussion participants include:

  • Barbara Draude, Assistant Vice President for Academic and Instructional Technologies, Middle Tennessee State University
  • Sandy Schaeffer, Director of the Advanced Learning Center, The University of Memphis
  • Gail Matthews-DeNatale, Associate Director for Academic Technologies, Simmons College
  • Michael Fry, Professor of Mathematical Science, Lebanon Valley College



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Running time: 41m 36s
File size: 28.57 MB

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