Morning NMCA Workshops
$125.00
The Future of Technology and Education: Trend Analysis
 
NMCA Workshop
Tuesday 06/09/2015 09:00 AM — 12:00 PM EDT
This session explores trends for the future of technology and education. The first phase of the workshop examines published trend reports, discussing emerging developments and how experts determine them. Themes include changes to digital… [  Read more...]
 
Bryan Alexander (Bryan Alexander Consulting)
 
$125.00
Pocket Production: Make the Most of your Smartphone (with useful stuff to take with you!)
 
NMCA Workshop
Tuesday 06/09/2015 09:00 AM — 12:00 PM EDT
In this combination demo and hands-on session, participants will see how easy it can be to use their smartphones to create professional quality videos and photos without spending a ton of money. During this workshop, the group will shoot… [  Read more...]
 
Tom Bray (University of Michigan)
 
Eric Maslowski (University of Michigan)
 
Afternoon NMCA Workshops
$125.00
Narratives in Space and Time: Digital Storytelling on Maps and Timelines
 
NMCA Workshop
Tuesday 06/09/2015 01:00 PM — 04:00 PM EDT
What is the stuff that digital stories are made of? Video, comics, or interactive fictions, but what about maps and timelines? In this workshop, participants will look at how to weave visualizations of space and time into the fabric of… [  Read more...]
 
Ruben Puentedura (Hippasus)
 
$125.00
Wordpress for Education
 
NMCA Workshop
Tuesday 06/09/2015 01:00 PM — 04:00 PM EDT
On NMC member campuses, WordPress continues to emerge as a flexible platform for learning management and discussion courses, alternate models to course and program organization, and web publication and prototyping. Hear from experienced… [  Read more...]
 
Gordon Jackson (NMC)
 
Kyle Dickson (Abilene Christian University)
 
Jonathan Finkelstein (Credly)
 
$125.00
Building Games for Classroom Learning
 
NMCA Workshop
Tuesday 06/09/2015 01:00 PM — 04:00 PM EDT
This three-hour workshop will introduce educators to the history of games for education and learning, lead them through a discussion of basic game design principles, and explore the design and creation of games as an indication of mastery.… [  Read more...]
 
Stephen Jacobs (Rochester Institute of Technology)