“Wearable Technology and Mobile Innovations for Next-Generation Education” new book by Janet Holland
Wearable Technology and Mobile Innovations for Next-Generation Education is an authoritative reference source on the development and implementation of wearables within learning and training environments, emphasizing the valuable resources offered by these advances. Focusing on technical considerations, lessons learned, and real-world examples, this book is ideally designed for instructors, researchers, upper-level students, and policy makers interested in the effectiveness of wearable applications.
Join us at the 20th Annual Technology and the Classroom Conference!
Breakout sessions centered on:
- Effective use of technology to improve teaching practices/student learning
- Research-based best practices for classroom technology integration
- Project-based learning
- Meaningful Technology Integration
A great opportunity for graduate students & teachers seeking re-certification or professional development hours.
Dr. Marcus Childress, Professor of Instructional Design and Technology at Emporia State University, was recently elected President of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology. It’s a privilege that Dr. Childress will head this prestigious national organization.
Jonathan, a graduate of Emporia State University’s Instructional Design & Technology program, is currently an instructional designer with Park University’s online program where he assist instructors and faculty in developing online courses using eCollege.