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Wednesday, April 18 • 10:30am - 11:45am
How to engage Students in a Fractious World of Technology and Information: Tips and Ideas

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Most college students need to feel connected. And most believe they can text, email and instant message all while listening to your lecture and do it all equally well. Emerging research tells us this is not true. So how do we engage students in the classroom getting them to leave mundane and supercilious information behind? Faculty members from several institutions will give you their best ideas and ask for yours in a robust discussion of how to get students connected to your class and not the outside world.
Moderator: Jerry Renaud, University of Nebraska @ Lincoln
Panelists: Hubert Brown, Syracuse University
Kristen Perez, Briar Cliff University
Kathy Heuston, Austin Peay State University
Bernard McCoy, University of Nebraska @ Lincoln; Digital Distractions: What are the ground rules?



Wednesday April 18, 2012 10:30am - 11:45am
Conference Room 2

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