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Medgar Evers College presents its Conference Best Practices in Academic Technology- September 18, 2015.

BP Academic Tech-MEC-9-18-15

What?: BEST PRACTICES IN ACADEMIC TECHNOLOGY: TOWARD A LIBERATORY PEDAGOGICAL PRACTICE
Where?: Charles Evans Inniss Memorial Library, 1650 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, New York, 11225
When?: Friday, September 18, 2015 • 10:00 am t o 6:00 pm

Call for Abstracts:

The Medgar Evers College Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence invites you to submit your abstracts and participate in the Best Practices in Academic Technology Conference. Abstract proposals from all disciplinary perspectives are welcome, and interdisciplinary work is especially encouraged. Submissions of scholarly work and research (completed or in-process), Best practices in Instructional technology presentations/papers, hands-on workshops and panel discussions will be considered.

Abstract Submission Guidelines:
Abstracts/Proposals (350-500 words) with a 50-word biography is still open. Acceptances will be based upon the strength and fit of your presentation to:

https://www.facebook.com/CenterForTeachingAndLearningExcellence?ref=aymt_homepage_panel
https://mec-cuny.digication.com/2015_best_practices_in_academic_technology_conference/Welcome/published

Please send inquires to Dr. Rosalina Diaz (rdiaz@mec.cuny.edu) or Ms. Grace Yamada (gyamada@mec.cuny.edu).

Conference Sub-Themes:
• Academic Technology: Power, empowerment and community development
• Academic Technology: Education in a digitally Connected World
• Academic Technology: Communities of Difference
• Academic Technology: Conflicting Perspectives related to Liberatory pedagogy
• Academic Technology: Enacting Social Justice practices in education
• Academic Technology: Sustainable practice for an Equitable World
• Academic Technology: Student Learning, Learner Experiences and Learner Diversity
• Academic Technology: Challenges and Opportunities

Topic Areas:
• Science, Mathematics, and Technology Learning
• Interdisciplinary Education
• Bi-cultural, bi-lingual and bi-national education
• Learning, Teaching and Educational Structures
• Learner Diversity and Identities
• Primary and secondary education
• Higher education
• Adult and lifelong learning
• Technology enhanced and distance learning education
• International Schools and Educational goals
• Educational Policy, Leadership, Management and Administration
• Curriculum Research and Development
• Economic Management of Education
• Institutional Accreditation and Ranking
• Organizational Learning and Change
• Professional Concerns, Training and Development
• Special Education, Learning Difficulties, Disability

HETS supports Students (Part 1)

HETS has developed a section at the Virtual Plaza site to support students needs in College even at High School. This section includes Tools, Resources and Study Aids about readiness, learning, technology and success for Hispanic / Latino  Students pursuing opportunities to succeed in Higher Education. Starting with this article we will highlight some of the Student Support Services we have.

Our focus is to provide free or low-cost services or resources to help students meet their academic goals. We have divided this area in sections that we believe makes sense to you. Therefore, we have Resources and Services to help students determine their future careers using tools validated by third party organizations. Study aids are included to help Hispanic students overcome deficiencies with English, Science, Math, Engineering, and Technology.

Visit often our HETS UPDATES | AL DÍA to learn about our Student Support Services!

Watch here the videos of the HETS Technology Showcase Event held June 19 and 20, 2014 in New York.

Save the Date EVENT JUNE -14Concurrent with its summer Board Meeting last June 19 and 20, HETS celebrated a Technology Showcase hosted by Lehman College, (CUNY). The main purpose of the event was to share Lehman College’s (LC) best practices in specific operational and educational areas. The event was transmitted live the day of the event through LC Live Stream Channel and also participants outside New York had the opportunity to participate online.

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