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Educators are scouting out the informal learning spaces on their campuses—and then redesigning and reequipping them with more enticing furniture and cutting-edge devices to accommodate today’s mobile students.
Students today demand more from the campus spaces where they go to work alone or in groups. And while students might put all kinds of technology on their wish lists for these spaces, there is one feature that’s essential: outlets, lots and lots of outlets.
At UB Tech® 2019, Trang Pham discussed how she designs collaborative classrooms to improve student engagement and help future teachers stay up to date on the changing landscape of technology in the classroom.
If you work in higher education, you have likely heard the term “digital literacy.” But are basic literacy skills enough to equip students to thrive in today’s world?Jennifer Sparrow, associate vice president of Teaching and Learning with Technology at The Pennsylvania State University, believes we need to help students move beyond digital literacy to achieve digital fluency.
Tips on using ‘learniture’ and ‘techniture’ highlight a popular session at UB Tech® 2019
The expo hall at UB Tech® 2019 provided multiple opportunities for attendees to have one-on-one discussions with numerous vendors to learn how specific products and services could benefit their colleges or universities.
The OpenSimon Toolkit is a suite of resources that includes platforms for designing and delivering open courseware, intelligent tutor authoring, chatbot frameworks, and more.
A common theme during UB Tech® 2019’s AV integration track in Orlando revolved around supporting faculty to enhance teaching and learning.
Julin Sharp, director of digital education at Marist College in New York, discussed using peer influence to engage faculty and encourage creative teaching practices during her presentation at UB Tech® 2019 in Orlando.
Two emerging models for obtaining e-books for academic libraries: Demand-driven acquisition and evidence-based acquisition
Session speakers from around the country discussed how to establish, sustain and grow a successful collegiate esports program; shared their experiences; and offered advice for navigating the future of the esports field.
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