Tulane faculty symposium on digital trends: An experiment in instructional technology and outreach
|Tulane faculty symposium on digital trends: An experiment in instructional technology and outreach|
|Author(s)||French A., Wright L.|
|Published in||Proceedings ACM SIGUCCS User Services Conference|
|Keyword(s)||Blogs, Classroom, Communication, Documentation, Education, Faculty, Instructional, Mobile, Outreach, Plagiarism, Podcasting, Technology, Training, Web 2.0, Weblogs, Wikis, Workshop (Extra: Digital Trends, Instructional technology, College buildings, Education computing, Web services, Information technology)|
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Tulane faculty symposium on digital trends: An experiment in instructional technology and outreach is a 2007 conference paper written in English by French A., Wright L. and published in Proceedings ACM SIGUCCS User Services Conference.
Tulane Faculty Symposium on Digital Trends: An experiment in instructional technology and outreach. In many universities, instructional technology groups struggle with creating new opportunities for collaboration with faculty. Nonexistent or infrequent communication, overburdened workload, and lack of active outreach and resources prevent the full and appropriate utilization of instructional technology teams. At Tulane University, these challenges are being addressed through a multi-faceted program designed to bring instructional technology and faculty into a mutually beneficial partnership. One aspect of this outreach program, the Tulane Faculty Symposium on Digital Trends, was specifically designed to introduce faculty to the instructional technology group and instructional new media topics through discussion-based sessions on current technology trends. This program was launched in March 2007, and the response from campus faculty has been overwhelmingly positive.
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