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IDT Roundtable April 14: Teaching, Learning, and Technology: What Works for Us

Faculty and students are invited to participate in a lively fishbowl discussion about the effective and innovate use of technology in K-State courses, 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Thursday, April 14, at the K-State Student Union, Room 212.

Share your questions and comments as we explore the role of social media in the learning environment, how to best use K-State Online, and whether or not students really want to “friend” their instructors on Facebook. Experience the fun as we discover what students and faculty really think about what works and what does not. Join the panel discussion between students and faculty and find out what they really think.

RSVP to catl@k-state.edu, 785-532-7828.

Did you miss the Teaching, Learning, and Technology Showcase mini-presentations on  March 1? Go to the IDT Roundtable website to watch the videos:

  • Looking for Mr. Wright and finding him on Facebook by Mick Charney
  • The use of clickers in teaching, research, and outreach by Sharolyn Jackson, Doug Jardine, and Lauren Kovach
  • Creating and using web apps to deliver class material on the iPad by Ashley Rhodes