Event Title

Evaluation and Integration of Classroom Technologies

Start Date

31-5-2019 9:30 AM

End Date

31-5-2019 10:30 AM

Document Type

Presentation

Description

Every year teachers are bombarded with new types of educational technologies. They all look fun, but which ones will help you improve your lessons and which will ultimately take away from your core objectives? The presenter will walk attendees through the SAMR and TPAK frameworks for technology integration, and give examples how these apply to legal research and library instruction. The presentation will help attendees establish a methodical, analytical way of thinking about their own use of technology in the classroom, and provide a few overarching tips derived from popular technology implementation literature.

Speaker Bio

Patrick Parsons is the research instructional services librarian at Georgia State University's College of Law. In his position, he provides reference services to the Georgia State Law as well as the Atlanta Legal community and general public. Specifically, Parsons’s work at Georgia State focuses on research instruction, student outreach and student services.

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May 31st, 9:30 AM May 31st, 10:30 AM

Evaluation and Integration of Classroom Technologies

Every year teachers are bombarded with new types of educational technologies. They all look fun, but which ones will help you improve your lessons and which will ultimately take away from your core objectives? The presenter will walk attendees through the SAMR and TPAK frameworks for technology integration, and give examples how these apply to legal research and library instruction. The presentation will help attendees establish a methodical, analytical way of thinking about their own use of technology in the classroom, and provide a few overarching tips derived from popular technology implementation literature.