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Technology in the classroom, here are links to sources

From the #uiwtechfair keynote speaker, these are some of the ideas mentioned you can discover more about. During your exploration of these resources ask yourself the question covered in the presentation – What new ideas do you have for transforming teaching and learning? What are your thoughts on access to engaging content?  How can I leverage powerful content, and ensure…

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Linda Brown and "Build a better mousetrap" demonstration

Thanks to those who staff the booths

#uiwtechfair couldn’t have done it without the fine folks that gave presentations and staffed the tables. Volunteers and vendors alike, TF14 gives a big “Thanks!” Let’s not forget the UIW faculty and students who gave of their time to share what they are doing in the classroom. Who’d you see at UIW Tech Fair 2014? Head over to our Facebook/uiwtechfair…

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Our pictures are, “like,” on Facebook

Thanks again to all who made it out to #uiwtechfair, April 9, 2014 in Marian Hall. We’ve uploaded a number of new pictures to the TF 14 album on Facebook. Head on over and take a look. If the Facebook insert doesn’t show, try this link: facebook.com/uiwtechfair.

BodyViz's Scott Rodenburg shows its 3D MRT/CT anatomy visualization software

Recorded video: Vendors’ Spotlight presentations

If you missed #uiwtechfair, shame on you! Seriously, there was lot happening and perhaps you’d like to see something that you didn’t get to check out. Not to fear. Here’s a selection of the presentations from the “Vendor Spotlight” area.

Dr. Joey Lopez in the "UIW Focus" area

Recorded video: UIW Focus presentations

From UIW’s faculty and students these are a series of presentations delivered at #uiwtechfair. The 9 April 2014 event in Marian Hall had a number of interesting demonstrations. From the UIW Focus area, the latest in educational technology ideas are yours for the perusing.

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Here’s a video taste of TF14

#UIWtechfair goes until 3 p.m. at Marian Hall. This is from Dr. David Ortiz of UIW Graduate Services Center. Along with Carlos DeLeon, he demoed how to quickly create videos while at TF14. Click on the link to view it: http://youtu.be/fedBbg-gHmI

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Events underway: Photos

#uiwtechfair Folks have been hard at word in the days leading up to TF14. April 9, 2014 is here and so is UIW Tech Fair in Marian Hall. We’ve been snapping pix and working on videos of some of the presentations. We’ll post up the videos later, but here are a few pictures. Check out our Facebook picture page for…

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Put yourself in the picture at TF14

#uiwtechfair Ah, the memories. Your stroll in the Marian Hall venue of UIW Tech Fair 2014. The perusing of the exhibitors’ booths. The little place serving those fine sandwiches. That initial flush of excitement when almost all your numbers are on the ticket called for the door-prize raffle. It’s full of energy and information. A virtual smorgasbord of data unfolds…

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We’re counting down the minutes to TF14

On April 9, beginning at 9 a.m., the “Ghost Keynote Speaker” will deliver his/her address to kick things off. That’s happening in the Mabee Library Auditorium. Then at 10 a.m., the UIW Tech Fair 2014 gets underway in Marian Hall — Ballroom and Lounge. Check out the exhibits, presentations, and giveaways. It’s jam-packed and we’ll feed you, too, so you…

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UIW Tech Fair 2014 Lapel Button

Ask us about the keynote speaker…

#uiwtechfair If you’ve seen these buttons around the UIW campus you’ve probably wondered “What’s up with that?” Well, ask the wearer — that’s why they’re there. We’d love to publicize the Tech Fair 2014 Keynote Speaker’s name and affiliation here — but we can’t. Really. It’s a company thing. However, if you run into someone from Instructional Technology, they’ll tell…

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