Do "blinged-out" classrooms help students make the grade?
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Originally aired: Tuesday, November 29, 2011 at 2 PM EST
Today's smart rooms sport fancy cameras, lecture capture technology and newfangled blackboards that do not require chalk. Sleek classrooms make for great impressions, but are teaching and learning practices much improved? Join this interactive discussion moderated by Alan Greenberg, senior analyst, Wainhouse Research. Hear from IT executives responsible for outfitting classrooms and proving student outcomes and institutional improvements.
Speakers will address the following topics:
-Are smart classrooms necessary to support blended learning?
-Do lecture capture capabilities increase faculty and student satisfaction?
-Is technology a distraction to learning?
-Does access to online resources attract more students?
-Can the higher-ed IT executive influence university revenue growth?
Executive director, IT, University of Illinois at Chicago - College of Pharmacy
Director of instructional technology services, University of Massachusetts-Lowell
Alan Greenberg, Senior Analyst & Partner, Wainhouse Research
Who will benefit:
CIOs, deans and department heads, technologists.
What do you think?
Voice your opinion on Twitter at #blingclass before, during and after the live event.
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