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Tuesday
Mar 29th, 2011
3:00 PM - 3:50 PM
Room 551
Eastern Time
Session Type: Teaching and Learning
This presentation will outline the process, results, and unintended consequences that KSC students and two professors experienced when they decided to move from Blackboard to a selection of Web 2.0 applications. The facilitators and participants in this interactive session will discuss how teaching with Web 2.0 technologies provides more cohesion to the learning experience; address how teaching in the open benefits teaching practice; share examples of courses that are using Web 2.0 technologies; and explore the challenges and successes for faculty, students, and support staff.
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Reason ELEVEN MILLION I love @HGSE: their presentation includes Xtranormal. #nercomp11 #nc11_sess20

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3pm session #nc11_sess20 Teaching and Learning with Low-Cost, Low-Barrier Tech: How Web 2.0 Is Improving Education _Room 551_ #nercomp11


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