Enjoy and learn from workshops in the morning and afternoon. Select one of the two morning and one of the two afternoon workshops or either one of the full day workshops.
- Technology and Learning Theories for Engaging Teaching (John Bartelt and Linda Bartelt, La Verne)
Traditionally, formal education was designed around reference books and authority. Can today’s students' laptop computers improve upon this design? Can students' computers serve as a socioeconomic equalizer? Can they improve learning by providing deeper learning?. This workshop combines learning theories (brain function, schema, and learning modalities) with technology tools (including mobile devices, student engagement apps, and assistive tools) to inspire you to employ fresh and creative teaching strategies in your teaching.
- Datasets and Publishing (Vinaya Tripuraneni, La Verne).
- Intellectual property for non-lawyers Tim McFarlin (La Verne), College of Law
- Information discovery on the WWW, using search by image (Paul Nieuwenhuysen, ISI)
This tutorial workshop is based on a continuing investigation of the power, applicability, and usefulness of search by image through the Internet: search by example, reverse image searching, backwards image searching, and more.