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Technology Day at BMCC

Sorry for the last minute announcement, but I thought some of you might be interested in the BMCC Day of Technology event that is taking place tomorrow. I will be there from 10:30 to 12:30, and our professor, Chris Stein, is presenting! Here is the info:
http://www.bmcc.cuny.edu/techday/agenda.jsp

Breakout Sessions
9:00am–10:00am Registration and breakfast
Richard Harris Terrace
10:00am–10:15am Welcome from Academic Affairs
10:15am–10:45am Plenary Speaker & Discussion Facilitator: Janey Flanagan
11:00am–11:30am Breakout I: One Connection at a Time: Utilizing Social Media
Kim Chu

Breakout II: E-Learning Student Feedback Panel
Claire Pamplin
11:35am–12:05pm Breakout I: Research Perspectives: Discussions in Online Math and Science
Kathleen Offenholley

Breakout II: Reclaiming Fun: the Function of Ludic Learning at the Present Time
Carlos Hernandez & Joshua DeBonis
12:10pm–1:00pm Lunch
1:00pm–2:00pm Keynote address from Michael Graham Moore
E-Learning Horizons: Far and Near
Theatre II
2:10pm–2:40pm Breakout I: How to Motivate Online Discussion: Two Perspectives
Mahatapa Palit & Michelle Wang

Breakout II: Connecting through the CUNY Academic Commons: A Case Study
Tom Means
2:45pm–3:15pm Breakout I: Use Wikis to Enhance Student’s Science Literacy
Ling Chen

Breakout II: Understanding Student Teachers’ Perceptions of Learning with e-Portfolios
Jean-Yves Plaisir
3:20pm–3:50pm Breakout I: Using Online Exams Through Blackboard: Advantages and Disadvantages
David Krauss

Breakout II: Creating an Online Community for E-Learning Students
Lana Callender, Allana Hankey-Thomas & Rebecca Li
3:55pm–4:25pm Breakout I: Using E-Learning Strategies to Streamline Multi-course Instruction
Vernon Smith

Breakout II: Going Green: Teaching Face-to-Face with Paperless Technology
Michelle Martin
4:30pm Drawing for Prizes

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  1. Caroline Erb-Medina says

    This looks really good. Any chance someone is recording it and posting it online?



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