October 2009

Friday Brown Bag - Electronic Texts: Faculty, Student and Institutional Issues

This week's presenter at the "Explorations in Instructional Technology" brown bag seminar series is David Gift, Vice Provost for Libraries, Computing, and Technology.  His topic is "Electronic Texts:  Faculty, Student, and Institutional Issues."

TIME: Friday, October 30, from 12:00 noon to 1:00 p.m.

PLACE: 105 Natural Science Building.

Music, Movies, and Online Media: Fair Use Do's and Don'ts for Higher Ed

The MSU Libraries will be hosting the following Webinar:

"Music, Movies & Online Media: Fair Use Do's & Don'ts for Higher Ed"

EDUCAUSE 2009: Online Conference at MSU

November 4, 5 and 6, Libraries Computing and Technology and the College of Art and Letters will be hosting a live EDUCAUSE 2009 Virtual Conference in 120 Linton Hall.  We have registered for this one location and have selected the presentations that will be shown, primarily focusing on topics for those of you interested in educational technology.


Explorations in Instructional Technology - Future of the LMS? - LON-CAPA

As announced by Byron Brown, the first in a series of presentations examining MSU's LMS future.

Gerd Kortemeyer, Lyman Briggs College.  Course management system demonstration/discussion:  LON-CAPA.

TIME:  THURSDAY, October 15, from 12:00 noon to 1:00 p.m.

PLACE:  The Koo Room of Marshall-Adams Hall  (Please see directions below to get to the Koo Room).


October Breakfast Series Announcement

MSU Learning Design and Technology (LearnDAT) invites you to attend the next session in our ongoing Breakfast Series: Conversations on Online Pedagogy and Best Practices.

DATE: Wednesday, October 14, 2009

PLACE: MSU Main Library, North Conference Room, 4th floor, west wing

TIME: 8:45am - 10:00am (8:30am for refreshments)

TOPIC: Using Technology to Facilitate Communication, Connections and Content in an Online Course


Carrie Albin

Brown Bag - October 9th, 2009

"Assessment in Online Courses – Part 2."  This sequel to last week's session will include a discussion of faculty needs for better assessment infrastructure support.

TIME:  Friday, October 9, from 12:00 noon to 1:00 p.m.

PLACE:  Room 105 Natural Science Building.