Fall Bite of Learning Series

Update: due to conflicts we have had to rearrange the schedule.  The Monday 19 September session is now going to be on Lecture Capture (the session originally scheduled for Nov 21).  And Learnstream will be on November 21st. 

Elizabeth Hodas, Jeho Park and Sean Stone (Science Librarian) have worked to create a great line up of six topics for the Fall Semester Bite of Learning series.

It will kick off with an update on the revamped Learnstream from Camille Marvin ’12 and Ryan Muller ’11.  (noon on Monday September 19 in the Aviation Room).

In early October librarian Carrie Marsh will lead a discussion entitled “History Speaks! in Special Collections” (noon on Wednesday, October 5 in the Aviation Room).

Those interested in the future of Sakai will want to attend Elizabeth Hodas’ presentation on Friday, October 28 on the Sakai Roadmap: Sakai CLE and Sakai OAE.

Librarians will again grace the Aviation room on Tuesday November 8, when Char Booth will speak on “Mindomo Mapping: Visualizing Concepts and Curriculua”.

On Monday, November 21 Michael Meyka and James Sadler will discuss Lecture Capture in the Learning Studio Classroom, a project they worked on this summer in collaboration with Prof. Mike Erlinger.

The intrepid Greg Lyzenga will lead a discussion about digital technologies entitled “Paperless Note Taking: Experience with the Livescribe Pen and Other Technologies” on Thursday December 8.

If you’d like to add these events to your calendar, you can download an .ics file

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