June 1

Jon Landis, SFI '11
Friday's theme:
iPad Institute

Morning sessions today will take place in 208 Gore; afternoon sessions as noted below. 

iPad is transforming the learning experience, making it more interactive, engaging, and mobile. It's not just a device, but a world of amazing content available in the form of apps, iBooks textbooks, and iTunes U courses and collections, and the tools for content creation and distribution.


8:30 a.m.
Breakfast

9:00 a.m. Introductory video and small group activity

Introduction of a collaborative web site as a shared resource for the day

iPad primer: Get acquainted with the iPad

Mike Wolk
Mike Wolk, Sr. Systems Engineer, Apple, Inc.


Known for his dynamic delivery style and exciting demos, Michael Wolk has conducted thousands of technology presentations, keynote addresses and workshops for higher education customers, businesses and other professional organizations across the United States. Certified as both an Apple Certified Technical Coordinator and an Apple Certified Systems Administrator, his specialty areas include digital media, music, photography and Mac/PC integration.

10:00 a.m. Morning break
10:15 a.m.

Hands on iPad: Explore apps, interactive books, and higher education textbooks

Mike Wolk, Sr. Systems Engineer, Apple, Inc.

The potential impact of iPads on education

Fred Hofstetter, Education


12:00 noon Lunch: Today only, lunch will be served in Gore 208.
12:45 p.m.

Faculty panel session

  • Michael Cotsell, English: Teaching T. S. Eliot's The Waste Land
  • Tom McCone, Foreign Languages & Literature: iMovie in-class
  • Jen Nauen, Biological Sciences: Is the iPad right for your course?
  • Lou Rossi, Mathematical Sciences: MathStudio
  • Mathieu Plourde, IT-CS&S: moderator

1:15 p.m.

Hands-on sessions (choose one)

Gore 208 Gore 218 Gore 222 Gore 223       
Tom McCone, Foreign Languages & Literature,
Debbie Jeffers, IT-CS&S:

Working with movies and images on the iPad 
Frank Eastman, Stacy Weile, IT-ATS 
3 ways to conference using your iPad

More Info
Fred Hofstetter, Education 
The iPad e-book publishing process

Jevonia Harris, IT-ATS
Finding the apps that are right for you and your course
2:15 p.m. Afternoon break
2:30 p.m.

Hands-on sessions (repeat of 1:15 sessions)

Gore 208 Gore 218 Gore 222 Gore 223  
Tom McCone, Foreign Languages & Literature,
Debbie Jeffers, IT-CS&S:

Working with movies and images on the iPad 
Frank Eastman, Stacy Weile, IT-ATS 
3 ways to conference using your iPad

More Info
Fred Hofstetter, Education 
The iPad e-book publishing process

Jevonia Harris, IT-ATS
Finding the apps that are right for you and your course
3:30 p.m. Adjourn

After 3:15 p.m. (and earlier throughout the day): Information Technologies staff will be available for individual consultation.


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