Get up to date with the latest technologies used for teaching and learning at the e-Learning Institute, May 21-24.
“Learning in a Mobile and Collaborative World” will include topics such as how to use new software to create online tutorials, how to design effective rubrics, how to master pod casts, blogs and wikis effectively, and ways to incorporate universal design into the e-Learning process.
Guest speakers include Jim Vanides of Hewlett-Packard Higher Education, who will discuss personal technology and teaching classrooms. Doug Eder, director of the Office of University Evaluation and University Testing for Arizona State University, will discuss modern technology and its educational and assessment uses. Speaker Larry Johnson, president of the New Media Consortium, will focus on virtual worlds and their applications for learning.
The institute will be held throughout the College of Business Administration. For information or to register, go to www2.nau.edu/~d-elearn/events/index.php