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Enhancing Undergraduate Learning with Information Technology: A Workshop Summary Appendix B Workshop Agenda Workshop on the Roles of Information Technology in Improving Teaching and Learning in Undergraduate Science, Mathematics, Engineering and Technology Education June 20-21, 2000 TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 2000 8:00 am Continental Breakfast 8:15 am Welcome, Introductions, and Overview of Meeting Mike Smith, Chair, Workshop Planning Group 9:00 am Session 1: Overview of Current Technologies in Teaching and Learning Jean-Pierre Bayard, California State University, Sacramento Talk Title: What’s Out There: Instructional Technology for College-Level SME&T Instructors 10:00 am Break 10:15 am Ron Stevens, UCLA Talk Title: Tracing the Development, Transfer, and Retention of Problem-Solving Skills 11:15 am General Discussion Noon Lunch
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Enhancing Undergraduate Learning with Information Technology: A Workshop Summary 1:00 pm Session 2: The Impact of Technology on Teaching and Learning a) What is the impact of current technology on teaching and learning? Christopher Dede, George Mason University* Talk Title: Using Multiple Interactive Media to Enhance Learning Ben Shneiderman, University of Maryland Talk Title: Pedagogic Strategies for Applying Educational Technology: Relate-Create-Donate 3:00 pm Break 3:15 pm b) Panel Discussion: How can the impact of technology on teaching and learning be evaluated most effectively? Ron Stevens Christopher Dede Ben Shneiderman Moderator: Mike Smith, Chair, Workshop Planning Group 5:15 pm Summary of the day; plans for Day 2 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 2000 8:00 am Continental Breakfast 8:15 am Session 3: Thinking about the Future of Information Technologies in Teaching and Learning How to think about the future; looking at certainties and uncertainties, forces and drivers Moderator: Alan Schwartz, PolicyFutures * At the time of the workshop, Christopher Dede was at George Mason University. He is now at Harvard University.
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Enhancing Undergraduate Learning with Information Technology: A Workshop Summary 9:00 am Four visions of transformative changes inside and outside the University Ted Kahn, President, DesignWorlds for Learning, Inc.; Principal, CapitalWorks, LLC Chris Tucker, Chief Strategist, In-Q-Tel Philip Agre, Department of Information Studies, University of California at Los Angeles Richard Larson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 10:00 am Break 10:15 am Discussion of forces and drivers of change, and their implications Andries van Dam, Brown University 12:15 pm Lunch and Workshop Summary 1:15 pm Adjourn
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