CI Days provides an opportunity for the MSU community to share information about cyberinfrastructure resources and their use in research. This free event will feature: Nationally-renowned research leaders from multiple disciplines presenting how advanced technologies have enabled their scholarly work A panel of MSU researchers discussing CI challenges and solutions Posters showcasing CI-enabled research at […]
2 groups, 2 instructors, 2 locations. 1 integrated class. This month’s Design Studio Spotlight takes a closer look at a course being taught this semester by EAD faculty Madeline Mavrogordato and Chris Dunbar in the Masters in Education Administration program. Maddy and Chris have two different groups of students, one located in East Lansing, […]
A Synchromodal Learning Environment is one in which online and face-to-face individuals (both students and instructors) interact with one another in real-time learning sessions (i.e., classes). As technology facilitators and observers, we have noticed that face-to-face students have their own physical presence in a class and occupy a physical space. As such, we have developed […]
“It’s been a great way to bring in outside expertise that spans beyond my own, and to introduce students to people who are widely published that would be very difficult to access otherwise (talking with a professor in a small virtual environment beats rushing the podium after a session at a conference!)” – Ken Frank Prof. […]
April 12 – 12:00pm – 1:00pm
Mark Bitman, MSU College of Natural Science, “Setting Up a Studio & Using TriCaster for Flipped Classrooms or Missed Lectures.”
February 22 – 12:00pm – 1:00pm
The College of Engineering, the College of Education, and the Office of Libraries, & IT Services present the Fifth Annual Mini Conference on Instructional Technology. This event, which includes lunch, will take place in the new learning spaces on the first floor of Erickson Hall.