Spring 2016 Teaching with Technology Forum and Arduino Workshop: Multimodal Teaching, Learning, and Literacy

Instructional Technology Services in IITS invites you to the Teaching with Technology Forum and Arduino Workshop. This semester’s theme is Multimodal Teaching, Learning, and Literacy.

 

Teaching with Technology Forum
Date: Friday, May 6, 2016
Location: KINSC Hilles 109 at Haverford College
Time: 2:00 PM~4:00 PM
Light Refreshments will be served.
Registration not required.

Program

Presenters:
Markus Baenziger (Associate Professor of Fine Arts) “Innovative 3D technology: Laser Cutter”
Christina Freeman (Visiting Assistant Professor of Fine Arts) “Virtual TA for an Analog Classroom”
Vicky Funari (Artist-in-Residence, Hurford Center and Independent College Programs) “Gear Matters: Teaching Documentary Skills”
Andrew Ruether (Academic Technologist at Swarthmore College) “Victorian Novels, Telegraphs, Twitter, and Arduinos”
Ana Lopez-Sanchez (Assistant Professor of Spanish) “Digitally Narrating Second Language Identities”
Alexander Savoth (Language Resource Center Technologist / Multimedia Editor at Swarthmore College) “Video Essays: Critical Media Analysis and Presentation with Camtasia”

 

Hands-on Workshop: Getting started with Arduinos

Date and Location: Friday, May 13th in Stokes 205 or Wednesday, May 18th in Stokes 004
Time: 9:00 AM-12:00 PM

Lunch will be served after the workshop
Workshop Instructor: Suzanne Amador Kane (Professor of Physics)
Registration Required. Please email to hc-techlaern@haverford.edu to register.
Workshop description: The Arduino is a Do It Yourself revolution in electronics: an inexpensive, easy-to-use development environment that lets even novices learn to program and interface electronic devices to an especially simple computer.  In this session, we will start from the very basics and end up programming Arduinos to make lights blink, read in a temperature sensor, make motors move and other fun projects.  You’ll also get resources to let you get started working with Arduinos on your own.
 
One session will be oriented toward an audience with no programming or electronics experience, and another to users with some electronics and programming experience.

 

It would be great if you could join us!
Please let me know if you have any questions.

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