C I 615B - Instructional Technology Seminar

The Instructional Technology seminar at Iowa State University is a weekly seminar open to all faculty and students in Curriculum and Instructional Technology and related disciplines. The purpose of this seminar is to support a community of scholars interested in issues of instructional technology. This community is strongly supported by the Center for Technology in Learning and Teaching.

Spring 2017

Not offered

Spring 2016 -

Course Instructor: Dr. Lily Compton - email: lcompton@iastate.edu

Das & Time: Wednesday, 4:10-5:00 p.m. (1 credit hour)

Location: 0680 Lagomarcino Hall


Theme: Continuing the Journey: From Graduate Studies to Career Preparation


Schedule

Jan. 13 - Course overview and introductions

Jan. 20 - Networking

Jan. 27 - Technology Trends

Feb. 3 - Methodology - The Importance and a Couple of Examples

Feb. 10 - Career Fair: Business, Industry, and Technology - Field Trip to Hilton

Feb. 17 - Writing the Methodology Section - Dr. Sarah Huffman

Feb. 24 - Student Research Methodology & Journey - Presented by former students

March 2 - Featured Faculty Dr. Larysa Nadolny - Research Methodology: Challenges and Issues

March 9 - Big Data and Analytics - Dr. Sree Nilakanta

March 23 - SITE Conference Proceedings

March 30 - Technology in Apparel Design - Dr. Young A Lee

April 6 - PFF/CIRTL - Karen Bovenmyer

April 13 - Industry Focus: Workiva - Mindi Gascho

April 20 - Interviews: Tips and Strategies - Tammy Stegman

April 27 - Wrap Up