• Teaching & Technology Workshop Series

Ice-Breakers As A Pathway To Building A Learning Community

Wednesday, January 27, 1-2:30pm

Participate in ice-breakers with your fellow faculty and learn how to use these activities to introduce students to your course's format and content.

Elaine Garofoli, Academic Learning Technologist, SBS


Using The Web For Data Collection: The Classroom And Beyond

Tuesday, February 9, 1-2:30pm

Researchers in education, and the social and behavioral sciences have only begun to tap the Internet's potential for collecting data. This workshop will cover methodological and practical issues faced by educators and researchers interested in online data collection (for classes as well as educational and other research).

Peter Vernig, Lecturer, Psychology

Using Google Earth And ArcGIS For Teaching And Research

Wednesday, February 24, 1-2:30pm

Google Earth and ArcGIS are rapidly becoming common in the classroom and scientific community. See how you can use these powerful tools for both teaching and research.

Scott Lussier, Instructor, Physics

Using Collaborative Technology (Wikis) To Conduct Qualitative Research

Tuesday, March 9, 1-2:30m

Explore the potential for using wikis as a qualitative research methodology, and experiment with setting up your own wiki tool. 

Elaine Garofoli, Academic Learning Technologist, SBS
Location: Library Instruction Room, Sawyer Library