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Monday, April 13 • 10:00am - 11:15am
Digital Evolution to Revolution in Modern Pedagogy

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The purpose of this panel is to share how mobile and global technologies are used to facilitate and enhance student learning. Topics include converting a traditional media production class to an online environment, engaging students in an online classroom setting, and use of social media to access community needs for localized journalism. Panelists will not only share what they are doing, but how instructors can incorporate these technologies in their own pedagogy.
Moderator: Samuel H. Edsall, Western Illinois University
Panelists: Paul T.M. Hemenway, Lamar University; Developing a Personal Connection With Impersonal Technology: Applying Classroom Research to Improve Your Online Course Communication
John Hebbeler, University of Cincinnati; Digitizing the Classroom for the Online Environment
Serena Carpenter, Michigan State University; Securing Attention: How to Teach the Selfie Culture
Penchan Phoborisut, University of Utah; Teaching in the Distracted Age: What Communication Students Expect from Online Courses?
Respondent: Frank Barnhart, Columbus State Community College

Monday April 13, 2015 10:00am - 11:15am
Pavilion 10

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