Faculty Opportunity: Help Inform New Active Learning Classroom Technology Design with SONY

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Learning Innovation and Trinity Technology Services are partnering with SONY and several other universities to improve technologies that support active learning in the classroom. The SONY team wants to hear directly from faculty about challenging classroom issues in order to inform their technology designs.

On Sept 12th and 13th, the SONY team will be at Duke to introduce new solutions that can help support a discussion-based, active learning environment for faculty and students. SONY will demonstrate prototype technologies that aim to capture and visualize student discussions and interactions during collaborative activities in order to help enhance group learning.

Four identical sessions are available; attend the one that best fits your schedule. We ask that you register to attend, and you may do so here:

Wednesday, September 12th – 9-11 AM
Wednesday, September 12th – 2-4 PM
Thursday, September 13th – 9-11 AM
Thursday, September 13th – 2-4 PM

Seth Anderson

Author: Seth Anderson

Seth works with faculty in the Humanities, and across the university, in order to help them improve pedagogy and enhance meaningful student learning.  His interests include active learning techniques, the educational use of mobile devices (phones, tablets, etc.), wearable technology, online course development and delivery, digital video and imagery, virtual and augmented reality, and Web-based educational tools.