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Ed Tech Day 2014 will be held next Thursday, March 27, 2014 in the Campus Center. Over 55 technology vendors come to campus to showcase their latest technology including 3D printers and present seminars focused on technology issues facing educational institutions. The College Showcase features faculty, staff and students demonstrating how they are using educational technology including Calvin Chestnut, an Ithaca College student, showcasing his work with Google Glass.
Students, faculty and staff are invited to attend this invite; you don't need to register - just come!
Teaching and Learning with Technology Symposium
The Teaching and Learning with Technology Symposium (TLTS) offers sessions by faculty and staff from regional institutions focused on innovations and best practices in using technology for teaching and learning. Ithaca College presenters include:
Bodhi Rogers will also be doing a seminar on 3D Visualization & Printing in CNS 206 from 12:10-1 pm; and, the Library, ITS and the Park School will be offering facility tours throughout the day.
WIN A DELL LATITUDE XPS12!
Once again Dell has provided an incredible grand prize for our drawing - one lucky person will win a Dell Latitude XPS12 Ultrabook with docking station and case - valued at over $1000! It runs Windows 8 Pro in a tablet form factor. Thanks Dell for its continued great support of this event! There's no purchase necessary to enter, but you must do so in person on Ed Tech Day in the college showcase area between 9am and 3pm. Other restrictions apply - see the official entry form for details.
We hope to see you next week! Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations should contact Beth Rugg at firstname.lastname@example.org or (607) 274-7349. We ask that requests for accommodations be made as soon as possible.
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