On Sept. 10, Chris Dede, a world-renowned Harvard researcher and leader in the field of learning technologies, will give three presentations as part of the College of Education’s Distinguished Educational Research Lecture Series. Participants can attend in person or join in via Zoom videoconferencing. Due to interest, registration is required for those planning to come to campus. To sign up, visit registration.
At 9:30 a.m., Dede will present “From Research to Results – Envisioning the Future of Technology in Teaching and Learning” in Leadership Studies Building’s Town Hall.
Presentations in Room 119 Bluemont Hall:
- At 1 p.m., Dede will present an interactive session, “P-12 Interactive Discussion – Digital Teaching Platforms Using Social Media, BYOD, 1:1, and Other Emerging Trends;”
- At 2:30 p.m., Dede will present a second interactive session, “Higher Education/Training Interactive Discussion – Online Teaching and Training with Emerging Technologies/MOOCs/Immersive Environments, etc.”
Live videoconference for the lecture and both interactive sessions can be attended on Zoom with a maximum of 100 participants. The Zoom web link will be provided on Sept. 2, along with tutorials for using Zoom on PC or Mac at coe.ksu.edu/research/ed-research-lecture.html. Those wishing to use Zoom and needing additional help may contact the IT Helpdesk about using Zoom at http://www.k-state.edu/its/helpdesk/
For questions, please email Rosemary Talab, professor of curriculum and instruction, at firstname.lastname@example.org.