Educational Technology

Teaching and Learning Luncheon Past Series

Focusing on a range of teaching strategies and campus resources to support teaching, these buffet luncheons were held in Draper 307 on occasional Thursdays. Lunch began at 11:30, and the presentation started shortly after Noon.

Spring 2003
Feb. 20 “From Powerpoint to iMovies: Using technology to produce Personal Documentary Films with non filmmaking students starting from a non MAC world.” Jack Wright (Appalachian Studies)
March 13 “Inspired to Write: Technologies for Brainstorming” Tammy Horn – General StudiesSusan Yorde – Child and Family Studies
April 10 “Got the Copyright Blues? Try e-reserves!” Anne Chase (Hutchins Library)
“Grant Writing: Resources and Strategies for Funding Research and Additional Study” Dreama Gentry (Special Programs)
Fall 2003
Sept. 12 Janus with a Laptop: The Changing Landscape of Teaching with Technology at Berea College. Martin Ramsay (IS&S)
Sept. 26 Training Resources, Including New Video via the Network. Sandy Bolster (IS&S)
Oct. 24 Writing-Speaking-Thinking Connections: Three Teaching Approaches. Jim Butler – Philosophy and ReligionBeth Crachiolo – English, Theatre and Speech Communication

Scott Steele – Economics and Business

Nov. 14 Trust is Good, Control is Better: A Media-Facilitated Approach to Foreign Language Learning. Thomas Bosch – Foreign LanguagesJean Boyce – Foreign Languages
Nov. 21 Laptops in the Lab: Using Computer-Assisted Data Acquisition in Chemistry Laboratory Experiments. Matthew Saderholm (Chemistry)
Teaching, Communicating and Engaging Students In and Out of the Classroom Faculty Panel

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