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Brown Bag: Using Google Apps to Make Course Content More Accessible

Speaker
  • Dave Goodrich, MSU Information Technology
Background

The Explorations in Instructional Technology Brown Bag series is hosted by the MSU College of Education, College of Natural Science, and MSU IT Teaching and Learning Technology. For more information, contact Sev Grabski. Learn more about other faculty development opportunities. Read Full Article →

Brown Bag: Using Lecture Videos to Take Back the Classroom

Speakers
  • Ryan Maccombs, College of Natural Science
  • Andy Krause, College of Natural Science
Background

The Explorations in Instructional Technology Brown Bag series is hosted by the MSU College of Education, College of Natural Science, and MSU IT Teaching and Learning Technology. For more information, contact Sev Grabski. Learn more about other faculty development opportunities. Read Full Article →

Brown Bag: beSocratic – A Formative Assessment System

Speaker
  • Melanie Cooper, College of Natural Science
Background

The Explorations in Instructional Technology Brown Bag series is hosted by the MSU College of Education, College of Natural Science, and MSU IT Teaching and Learning Technology. For more information, contact Sev Grabski. Learn more about other faculty development opportunities. Read Full Article →

Brown Bag: The Impact of On-Line Classes on Student Performance

Speaker
  • Gilbert Baladi, College of Engineering
Background

The Explorations in Instructional Technology Brown Bag series is hosted by the MSU College of Education, College of Natural Science, and MSU IT Teaching and Learning Technology. For more information, contact Sev Grabski. Learn more about other faculty development opportunities. Read Full Article →

Brown Bag: Introduction to the MSU Hub

Speaker
  • Leigh Graves Wolf, MSU Hub for Innovation in Learning and Technology
Background

The Explorations in Instructional Technology Brown Bag series is hosted by the MSU College of Education, College of Natural Science, and MSU IT Teaching and Learning Technology. For more information, contact Sev Grabski. Learn more about other faculty development opportunities. Read Full Article →

Brown Bag: Integrating Library Makerspace Services into Your Course

Speakers
  • Erica Ervin, MSU Libraries
  • Jonah Magar, MSU Libraries
  • Terence O’Neil, MSU Libraries
Background

The Explorations in Instructional Technology Brown Bag series is hosted by the MSU College of Education, College of Natural Science, and MSU IT Teaching and Learning Technology. For more information, contact Sev Grabski. Learn more about other faculty development opportunities. Read Full Article →

Brown Bag: Combining Top Hat & Old School Paper Tasks to Flip a Lecture-Based Science Course

Speaker
  • Kirstin Parkin, College of Human Medicine
Background

The Explorations in Instructional Technology Brown Bag series is hosted by the MSU College of Education, College of Natural Science, and MSU IT Teaching and Learning Technology. For more information, contact Sev Grabski. Learn more about other faculty development opportunities. Read Full Article →

Seminars in Research and Instructional Technology: January 2016

Seminars in Research and Instructional Technology, also called Faculty Seminars, will be held in classrooms and computer labs across MSU’s East Lansing campus.

Selected seminars provide hands-on instruction in research tools, D2L and learning management systems, library resources, and software training, and other technology resources. There are lunch presentations each day at the MSU Union. Read Full Article →

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A 2015 reflection on MSU technology

2015 has been a truly spectacular year at Michigan State University, hasn’t it?

So much to reflect on!

From Coach Mark Dantonio and our amazing football team’s accomplishments, to the momentous events surrounding Project 50/60 conversation on civil and human rights, and all the amazing MSU work being done locally and around the world for technology, agriculture, manufacturing, healthcare, education, energy, sustainability, and the arts. Read Full Article →

Breakfast Series: Communicating through Science Fiction & Technology

Join us for a look at the 2015 AT&T Best Blended Course winner to hear about different instructional technology techniques and tools that were used.

Location: TBA

Description

Course TC 401: “Science Fiction, Communication & Technology” examined how science fiction portrays the used of communication technologies. Themes from science fiction films and a novel were analyzed to relate them to our world and guide our own communication technology usage. Read Full Article →