iPad Uses in the Classroom – Webinar in CTL on Thursday, September 27th

What: iPad Uses in the Classroom webinar
When: Thursday, September 27th, 1:00 – 2:30 p.m.
Where: McKillop 208

The results from the survey of faculty last spring showed that 80% of you either have an iPad, want an iPad, or want to learn more about the iPad. The iPad isn’t just a mobile media gadget, but has productivity and teaching applications. In this webinar you will…

Learn how you can integrate iPad™ technology into your teaching and learning.

The iPad™ offers endless possibilities for teaching and learning, but that doesn’t mean it is always the most effective tool. A faculty member’s purpose in using an iPad™ is the most significant factor in determining how successful its use will be in the classroom.

This webinar is presented by Amy Kenyon, Assistant Director of the Center for Instructional Technology at Duke University. Duke began a pilot program in 2010 to incorporate iPads into the classroom to “explore innovation in teaching and learning.”

If you have an interest in the iPad or exploring innovative teaching with technology, please join us in the CTL for this presentation. For more details, go to http://www.academicimpressions.com/webcast/ipad-uses-classroom#Agenda