Technology Integration in Higher Education

by | Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Matt Koehler and I led a session on Technology Integration in Higher Education: Challenges & Opportunities for a day-long symposium titled: Colloquium on the Changing Professoriate. This is how our session was described in the program book/website:

Technology has become “one more thing” that faculty members have to deal with as they engage in scholarship and teaching. Technology offers new opportunities for teaching but also demands a significant investment of resources, time, effort, money. In this interactive session presenters will lead a discussion on some of the issues facing the professoriate as they seek to integrate technology in their teaching and professional development. Of particular interest would technology integration in teaching, models of professional development, use of newer technologies such as mobile media and web 2.0.

Here is a copy of the presentation we made. This of course does not capture what we said and the discussions we had – but I include it here, for the record. Enjoy.

Topics related to this post: Conference | Learning | Online Learning | Teaching | Technology | TPACK

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