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LCC spring lecture series to explore technology's role in education

LCC spring lecture series to explore technology's role in education

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The spring quarter Community Conversations invites the public to a free series of lectures at Lower Columbia College by LCC faculty, staff and students on how technology is changing the education in the classroom and online.

All lectures take place at noon Thursdays in the Rose Center, at the corner of 15th Avenue and Maple Street.

April 12: "From Shared to Open: The Evolution of Open Resources," presented by Connie Broughton, Director of eLearning and Open Education for the Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges (SBCTC).

April 19: "My Math Lab: A Student View," by Brad Benjamin, MSN

April 26: "Engaging with the Open Course Library and Other Educational Resources," by Tom Caswell, Open Education, Policy Associate

May 3: "Free Media," by Chris Bailey, J.D. President of LCC

May 10: "Full Access Feedback with Tegrity Lecture Capture," Nadine Lemmons, MBA

May 17: The Use of Technology for Student Success," by Lisa Matye Edwards, Ph.D

May 24: "Education Today: Technology Changing The Way We Teach and Learn," by Scott Dennis, SBCTC eLearning Professional Development Manager

May 31: "Clickers in the Classroom," by Katrina Fuller, MSN

June 7: "Tots, Teens, Twitter and Texting: The Psychological Effects of a Constantly Connected World," by Michael Strayer, M.A.

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