Please join us on August 30th from 9:30 – 11:30am in the Discovery Lab (Snell Library 138, behind Argo Tea) for this Apple training event to learn how faculty can use iPads in the classroom and for teaching activities.
What you will learn
The goal of this hands-on workshop will be to have each attendee come away with at least one app that can be used in the classroom to enhance teaching and learning. Under the principle of “keep it simple” we will examine features and functions of the modern iPhone and iPad that are useful in the classroom context. Mobile technology brings many useful workflows into your hands, which may be as useful in the classroom as they are at home. This will be presented by Dr. Ian Camera, Development Executive at Apple. There will be 10 iPad Pros with pencils and keyboards available to be handed out to the attendees for use during the session so they can participate fully in the workshop. This workshop is open to faculty, staff, and teaching assistants.
Dr. Ian Camera earned a B.A. in Psychology at Connecticut College, in New London, CT. He earned an MSN and a Nursing Doctor degree at Francis Payne Bolton School of Nursing, at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH. He has served as an author and subject matter expert on numerous projects for Elsevier, Inc. Before joining Apple Education, he was on the nursing faculty and was the chair of the Instructional Technology Committee at Holyoke Community College, in Holyoke MA, where he had also served as department chair and interim dean of the Health Division.
Specialties include interactive education in the community college, multimedia-based self assessment, iBooks authoring, iTunesU, flipped classroom in health disciplines, curriculum Redesign
Date: August 30, 2017 9:30 – 11:30am
Location: Northeastern University
Room: Discovery Lab, SL 138
Coffee and baked goods will be served
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