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Educational Technology Showcase

Friday, March 29, 2019
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Russell House University Union
1400 Greene Street
Columbia, SC 29208


Details

The Educational Technology Showcase is an exciting new forum spotlighting the latest in higher education technology used for teaching and learning. USC faculty and other experts from around the country give presentations on how they are creatively using educational technology in and beyond their classrooms to improve student learning.

On Friday, March 29, 2019 at the Russell House, you'll have the opportunity to visit with industry partners who provide and support USC’s instructional technologies, hear about the latest technologies in the field during sponsor presentations and participate in hands-on demonstrations throughout the day.

We invite you to come and network with others interested in exploring educational technologies. There are no registration fees, and continental breakfast and lunch are included.


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University Partners

Center for Teaching Excellence

Division of Information Technology

Office of Distributed Learning

University Libraries


Keynote Speaker


Julian Allen
Senior Director of Learning Innovations
Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning
Georgia State University

Julian Allen is Senior Director of Learning Innovations at Georgia State University and leads a team of over 100 full and part time learning professionals. He has over 20 years of experience leading innovation in the use of learning technologies and creative pedagogies. He formed the Learning Innovations Team and built its current home, the Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning, that supports faculty in transforming learning throughout the institution. He is currently co-leading a three-year project to redesign a series of first-year courses and related support models to improve student success. His research focuses on active learning classroom design and barriers instructors experience in adopting active learning techniques. He currently serves as a faculty member at the EDUCAUSE Institute’s Learning Technology Leadership program and was a founding member of the EDUCAUSE Leading Academic Transformation Advisory Committee.



 

 





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