Introduction to Mobile Learning: Open Invitation to Attend Friday’s ITT Faculty Academy Session (618 Aderhold, 1-4 pm; RSVP Requested)

Faculty Academy

Introduction to Mobile Learning:
Open Invitation to Attend Friday’s ITT Faculty Academy Session
(618 Aderhold, 1-4 pm; RSVP Requested)

Dear COE Community,

On Friday, November 22, from 1-4 pm in Room 618 Aderhold, we will be conducting the fourth and final sessions of the Innovation in Teaching and Technology (ITT) Fall Faculty Academy. We have seven COE faculty participating in the academy. However, each academy session is also open to others in the college who might be interested in the topics we’re discussing. If you would like to join us, please just send me an email at <lrieber@uga.edu> to let me know you are coming to help in my planning (and to help me know how much food to order).

The topic on Friday is mobile learning, with special attention on Apple’s iPad. Gretchen Thomas will be our guest and she will be sharing some very interesting mobile learning activities she has been using with her undergraduate students. Another guest is David Squires, a graduate student in Learning, Design, and Technology who will share his work exploring augmented reality in history using mobile technology

We’d love to have other COE faculty and instructors join us on Friday. Again, just email me if you plan on coming (if only to make sure I order enough food).

Lloyd Rieber
Director, Innovation in Teaching and Technology

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