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Teaching with Technology: Mobile app development, iTunes U, and iBooks

Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Sean O'Malley  

Join OIT and fellow faculty members for a Teaching with Technology triple play between 9:00 am and noon on April 16 in Alden 319 on the Athens campus. Presentations begin at ten minutes past the hour. Feel free to attend as many or as few of the presentations as your schedule allows. Coffee, tea, and water will be provided.

Welcome and Introduction - 9:00 am - 9:10 am

Opening remarks from Chief Information Officer Brice Bible and Director of Academic Technologies Sam Girton.

A Faculty Perspective on iTunes U: Why Do It, and What It Takes - 9:10 am - 10:00 am

Scripps faculty member Jeff Kuznekoff will share experiences and insights gained from putting one of his courses onto iTunes U.

Create, Publish, and Teach: Why it might make sense to create your own iBooks - 10:10 am - 11:00 am

In a dual presentation, FTAG chairman and Linguistics faculty member Greg Kessler and Scripps faculty member Jeff Kuznekoff discuss possibilities for using iBooks in the classroom.

Mobile App Development at OHIO - 11:10 am - noon

There's no denying it - mobile apps are hot. There's less agreement, however, on the best way to create those apps. Independent, freelance developers? Collaborative groups centered on a specific need? Enterprise scale teams? Or a some combination of them all?

This session will feature presentations from a student who has built his own app, the Scripps College of Communications app development team, and the OIT-led group that is building scalable frameworks and supportable standards for app developers across the institution.

 


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