Tag: EduTech Day
Call for Proposals: “Building for the Future” The Technology Development Team (TDT) in collaboration with The Center for Excellence in Teaching will be holding the fifth annual EduTech Day on Thursday, November 14, 2013. Our theme “Building for the Future” focuses on how we can integrate technology and pedagogy in response to the increasingly complex [...]
Highlighted Panel – “Cloud Computing and Dumb Terminals: Opportunities and Challenges of Teaching and Learning in the Post-digital Age” Time:2:30-3:30, Break Out Session B Location: Katie Murphie Amphitheater Communication is the center of passing along information and in turn learning. It therefore begs the question, how does digital communication (Cloud computing, social networks, smartphones, [...]
Schedule and locations are subject to change. Please check this website for updates. 9:00 am Conference Registration and Check-In 9:00am-11:00am Breakfast, opening remarks and Featured Speaker, Caleb Clark, Director of the EdTech Master’s Program at Marlboro College’s graduate school. Read full bio here. 11:15-12:15pm Break Out Session A 12:30pm-2:15pm Welcoming remarks to be given by FIT President Dr. [...]
FACT2 Faculty Advisory Council on Teaching & Technology Friday, March 16th, 2012 Fashion Institute of Technology New York, NY John E. Reeve’s Conference Center and in the Katie Murphy Amphitheater The Cloud is an expanding, evolving environment where centrally located software systems facilitate interactive opportunities for a virtually limitless number of users— working from any location. [...]
With FIT’s EduTech Day right around the corner on Thursday, here’s a recent discussion with Apple cofounder, engineer, and educator Steve Wozniak about his feelings on technology in education. Wozniak chats about personalized learning and how computers shouldn’t replace the learning process, but should enhance it. Computers can’t replace the human element, but they can [...]
If you haven’t done so already – it is time to register for EduTech Day at FIT. The all-day event is for students, faculty, staff and the public! Check out the 30 second promo for the event!