Monthly Archives: June 2013
From Fran: I am looking forward to learning ways to guide on-line students to create stronger short projects which incorporate the plethora of digitized research library materials (yes, they include you tube performances,etc.) in my discipline.
From Tim Connor: I would like to explore the arts connection with technology more. With the advent of computer programs for composing music, and with the abiltity to hear the “correct” chords through the computer program, what will be the … Continue reading
From Tim Connor: I have another topic I’d like to discuss related to learning in authentic ways. How can various technological media promote student understanding that the learning they have from period to period is actually, in real life, all … Continue reading
From Rick Mott: I am interested in hearing what types of apps (android or iOS) people have proposed/conceived that would help students learn the humanities. I am working on two iOS app proposals: one connects geospatially-located digital artifacts with plot … Continue reading