Technologies for Learning Forum Seminars Offered
Faculty may attend free Technologies for Learning Forum seminars October
25 and November 22, each from noon until 1:00 p.m. in room 141 Computer
Building, University Park.
During these informal seminars, Penn State faculty members present
their personal experiences with incorporating technology into their
teaching environments. A thirty-minute presentation is followed by
a thirty-minute open forum discussion, allowing participants to network
with others who are interested in assimilating technology into teaching.
This fall’s topics are as follows:
Friday, October 25
“Teaching Technology or Building Self Teachers”
George S. Young, Department of Meteorology
Friday, November 22
“Calibrated Peer Review: Bringing Higher Thinking to Life through
John Wise, Director of Engineering Instructional
Participants are welcome to bring a lunch and a beverage. Space is
limited, so please reserve a seat by registering on the Web at http://its.psu.edu/training/.
For more information on the Technologies for Learning Forum, offered
by Teaching and Learning with Technology, visit http://tlt.its.psu.edu/fmc/teach/.
Technology Seminars Offered This Fall
Free technology seminars are available for Penn State faculty, staff,
and students, courtesy of Teaching and Learning with Technology (TLT),
a unit of Information Technology Services (ITS).
This fall, TLT is offering over two hundred free seminars in areas
including Microsoft Office; graphics and desktop publishing; operating
systems; technology in the classroom; UNIX; computer security and
more. TLT assists members of the Penn State community in using technology
to improve teaching, learning, and the overall academic experience.
Registration for these seminars is ongoing. For more information,
please visit the Web site http://its.psu.edu/training.