C&U / ITART Spring Meeting – Voices from Outside the Box
The C & U / ITART Spring Meeting will be held on Friday, May 10, 2013 at Bellevue University. ITART will be co-sponsoring the event.
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9:00 – 10:00 Registration in the lower level of the Administrative Service Building
10:00 – 10:30 Wecome by Dr. Mary Hawkins, President of Bellevue University
10:30 – 10:45 Break
10:45 – 11:45 Session 1 (2 concurrent sessions)
The Ethics of Information | Albert Einstein is said to have noted, “Information is not knowledge”. Librarians and faculty members are allied in the common cause of education and arm themselves with vast arsenals of information. It is the task of both entities to transform information into knowledge. Given the reality of digitization of information in today’s world ethical issues related to technology enter into the care and handling of information. Faculty members and their students, as well as librarians, wrestle with concepts of intellectual property versus fair use, censorship versus freedom of expression, and even surveillance versus privacy. By working together we can tackle these issues and do the right thing.
by Karla Carter, Associate Professor, College of Science and Technology, Bellevue University
Learning in the Learning Commons: How UNK Moved Out of the Silos and into a Dance Hall | The UNK Learning Commons opened softly the Fall of 2010 with the goal of coordinating multiple academics student services in one convenient place. Now, nearly three years later, the UNKLC has become a hot spot for campus partnerships that contribute to the students’ academic success. Learn out why it started, how far it’s come, and where it’s going next.
Taffnee Faimon, Assistant Director of the Learning Commons & Writing Center
Keri Pearson, Tutoring and Assessment Coordination
Dr. Ron Wirtz, Assistant Director of the Learning Commons for the Library
12:00 – 1:30 Lunch with Table Talks lead by ITART
1:30 – 2:00 Business Meetings
2:15 – 3:15 Session 2 (2 concurrent sessions)
iPad Initiatives in Higher Education: Beyond the Classroom Walls – Reinventing Yourself, Your Class & Your Teaching | iPads are expanding the learning experience for students and instructors both inside and outside the classroom. It is important to prepare educators by exploring and learning how to engage students in our digital mobile world by facilitating a more engaging means of instruction, collaboration and interaction. Bring your own iPad or iPhone for this interactive session.
Jane L. Petersen, Assistant Director of Instructional Technology, UNK
Critical Information and Technology Literacy: Instructors Forming Savvy Students by Dr. Bob Whipple, Professor, English Department, Creighton University
3:30 – 4:00 Break Out sessions
Parking is readily available near the Administrative Services Building in Lot E (see map). All scheduled activities will take place in the same building.
Please contact Becky Wymer for further information.