The ALT Symposium brings the higher education community together to examine and showcase instructional technology strategies that impact learning across a variety of disciplines. The program will include presentations by faculty as well a keynote delivered through interactive video conference entitled, “The Online Revolution: High-Quality Education for Everyone” by Dr. Andrew Ng, Associate Professor of Computer Science at Stanford University and a co-founder of Coursera. Dr. Ng has recently been interviewed on NPR as well as featured in Tom Brokaw Reports for his involvement in Massive Online Open Courses - MOOCs.
Faculty presentations will explore the following topics:
Whether cell phones in the classroom can be used to increase interest or lead to distraction
The use of Virtual Reality Theater by a Media Arts and Science student with autism to achieve success and communication his vision
Best practices related to online collaborative learning
The use of Quality Matters standards for designing and improving online courses at Ivy Tech Community College
Teaching digital storytelling through the creation of transmedia
The use of virtual environments to develop global institutional partnerships and enhance global health education
If you have questions please contact Mark Alexander at 317-274-1300 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration for the event on November 9, 2012 is now open, please click here to register for the event.
UL – University Library
Room: Lilly Auditorium
755 W. Michigan St.
Indianapolis, IN 46202
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