COE Curriculum and Technology Center
Fall 2011 Open House
Friday, February 3, 2012
On Wedesday, March 21st 2012, the Vera W. Russell Curriculum Technology Center hosted it's first ever Mobile Learning Day. Faculty, staff, and students attended the event. The event focused on many uses of different mobile technologies in the classroom including iPods, iPasds, Garmins, Androids, eReaders, Tablets, Smartphones, and a multitude of apps that are useful with these devices.
Posted below are some snapshots from the event and photos of our raffle winners.
The SMART Board loading up for the primary presentation location of the event.
Students learn different tricks to using mobile cameras and projectors for instruction.
Close-up of the portable projector used in the demonstrations.
Dr. Richard Josephson describing Hotspots for your Smartphones.
What good event from the Education Building doesn't include free food?
Dr. Brad Kaffar explains how you can use iPads and iPods to engage student learning.
Dr. Carol Thoma describing the apps that she believes are the best to be used for work.
Dr. Martin Lo shows students the advantages of some of the free math apps available for the iPad.
A busy picture shows just how popular this event was!
Dr. Marcia Thompson describes some PreK-6 and teacher friendly apps to students.
GA Ryan Gillen explains Garmins to students in preparation for a treasure hunt around campus.
Dr. Yun Jeong Park prepares to explain the advantages of SNS for online learning, including apps like Twitter, Delicious and QR Code reader.