The University of San Francisco: Information Technology Services
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Mark your Calendars for Learning, Technology Raffles, and Fun...

techfair_300pxThe USF Tech Fair will be held on February 18, 2014, 10am-2pm, in the McLaren Complex.  Technology vendor partners will be on site to present new technologies applicable to faculty and students. Demonstrations, presentations and opportunities to ask questions will be made available.

Don't miss the raffle drawings at  the close of event. You do not need to be present to win. Winners will be announced and contacted via email.

Date:  February 18, 2014 (Tuesday)

Time:  10:00am - 2:00pm

Location:  McLaren Complex, Main Campus

             Vendor-Partners and Guests  
  Adobe  Prezi  
  Cisco Troxell Communications  
  Instructure Canvas Turnitin  
  Degree Works Wiley Learning Institute  
  DisplayNote Technologies  
  ePlus Technology USF Bookstore  
  Echo360 USF Center for Instruction and Technology  
  EmpoweredU USF ITS Help Desk USF ITS Security Services  
  Lenovo USF Online Degree Programs  

Vendor Presentations McLaren 251

            Time          Presentations               
  10:30-10:55am Adobe  
  11:30-11:55am Turnitin  
  12:00-12:25pm Prezi  
  12:30-12:55pm Echo360  
  1:30-1:55pm Canvas  

Faculty Panel Presentations McLaren 250

  Time Presentation Title  Panelists
  10:00-10:30am Transforming the USF Experience, presentation by USF's Chief Information Office, Opinder Bawa  
  11:00-11:50am Flipped Classroom Sharing: An exchange of ideas, tools and best practices for flipping a lecture or class Cathy Gabor, Rhetoric and Language; Eugene Kim, Law; Leslie King, Jen Kinder, Biology;  and Susan Prion, Nursing. Ken Yoshioka, facilitator
  12:00-12:50pm Being Successful with Canvas: Sharing experiences, tools and techniques for effectively using Canvas in a course.  Dan Morgan, Sociology; Steve Morris, School of Management; Judith May, Music. Greg Crum, facilitator. 
  1:00-1:50pm iPad in the Classroom: Learn how the EMBA (SOM) and DNP (SON) programs implemented an iPad one-to-one (faculty/student) initiative into their programs.  Jane Gleeson, Jode Hamilton and Richard Stackman, School of Management; Juli Maxworthy, School of Nursing. Silvia Herrero, Apple, facilitator. 




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