Next week marks the start of my "Learn with Michelle" event series, brought to you by Academic Partnerships. I'll be hosting a series of Google+ Hangouts that will showcase conversations with higher ed leaders who are using emerging technologies to transition the college paradigm from teaching to learning.
GLEAN: A Campus-Supported Suit of Emerging Tools for Students & Faculty
On Wednesday, May 15th at 11:30am Pacific/ 2:30pm Eastern, I will meet with Susan Gautsch and Dr. Charla Griffy-Brown of Pepperdine University's Graziadio School of Business in a Hangout on Air to explore how and why they have developed GLEAN, a collection of emerging technologies that are provided to students and faculty to use for content creation and collaboration. What opportunities come from placing campus supported emerging tools into the hands of students and faculty? What are the challenges?
The Hangout on Air will be streamed live through the Google Event. This is a public event. Anyone is welcome to view the live conversation and post questions to the event's comments field. The questions will be moderated during the conversation. If you miss the live event, the video archive will be made available shortly thereafter on the Faculty eCommons.
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If you have a practice using emerging technologies from your campus that you'd like to share in a Google+ Hangout on Air with Michelle, please submit your proposal here: http://facultyecommons.org/hangout-with-michelle-from-teaching-to-learning-series/