To all W&J students:
If you are interested...
This panel, sponsored by COET with support from Academic Affairs, will gather faculty from around the College to discuss the questions of what technologies they've found helpful in their teaching, and how, with such a wide variety of software and tools now available, you can figure out what might be useful to you in your courses. Jim Benze, Rosalie Carpenter, Jen Harding, Amanda Holland-Minkley, Jenny Kline, and Yongsheng Wang will discuss their successes (and failures!) using chatrooms, wikis, discussion boards, ePortfolios, flipped classroom structures, Google groups or documents, and other tools in their courses, as well as what types of courses and pedagogies they work well for, and how other faculty might decide if these tools would work for them too.
Lunch will be provided; go through the line at the Commons and bring your lunch downstairs. Let the checker know you are attending the COET Panel. Trays and a sign-up sheet should be available.