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Using Technology to Engage Students
Feb 14th, 2011
1:00 PM - 2:10 PM
Session Type: General Session
It has been suggested that the lack of interaction in large lecture courses is to blame for the many problems facing these courses: declining enrollments, low attendance, poor evaluations, and disappointing retention. We offer a way of redesigning the classroom so that interaction is introduced in many aspects of the course. This approach has shown to be effective by many instructors in a broad variety of environments. In this session, some of the tools we have developed to foster this interaction will be demonstrated.
As a courtesy to all attendees, please limit your mobile devices usage in the ballroom so bandwidth is not exceeded.
Live Video and slides from the presentation are being provided through the generous support of Sonic Foundry.
An archive of this video will be available after the session.