Educational Technology will be hosting its second annual Missouri S&T Teaching and Learning Technology Conference in the Havener Center on April 9-10, 2009. All campus faculty and staff are welcome to attend.
We believe it is important to our campus community to showcase the many ways in which faculty and staff use technology to enhance the learning experience for our students.
If you are interested in attending this conference, please visit the EdTech web site for the registration information. Registered attendees will be eligible to win a number of door prizes (including a SMART Board!).
Dr. Stephen Ehrmann and Dr. Bryan Carter will be the opening and closing keynote speakers, respectively.
- Dr. Ehrmann is the director of the Flashlight Program on assessment and evaluation for the Teaching, Learning, and Technology Group (tltgroup.org).
- Dr. Carter is an Associate Professor of English at the University of Central Missouri and has a great deal of experience in using virtual worlds to enhance his instruction (e.g. Second Life).
Other presenters include a diverse array faculty and staff from Missouri S&T and around the world:
Dr. Matt Insall – Mathematics and Statistics, Missouri S&T
Dr. Irina Ivliyeva – Arts, Language, and Philosophy, Missouri S&T
Dr. Margaret Gunderson – University of Missouri-Columbia
Dr. Suzanna Long – Engineering Management & Systems Engineering, Missouri S&T
Dr. Laurie Novy – Kaplan University
Dr. Jeff Thomas – Interdisciplinary Engineering, Missouri S&T
Dr. Judith Sebesta – University of Missouri-Columbia
Dr. Eli Collins-Brown – Methodist College of Nursing
Dr. Anne Bartel-Radic – Universite de Savoie, France
Mark Bookout – Director of Technology Support Services, Missouri S&T
Lauren Oswald – Learning Space Designer, Missouri S&T
Chris Moos – Missouri Southern State University
Jill Pegg – Methodist College of Nursing
James West – Missouri Baptist University
Vendors will be on hand to display their technologies and answer questions about the technologies we have employed here on campus.
Several groups on campus associated with teaching and learning technologies will have poster presentations about their projects and activities.