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2003 UNC Teaching and Learning with Technology Conference
March 2729, Greensboro, NC

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Plenary Speakers

This years plenary speakers are

Dr. Jeremy A. Haefner, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
Deeper Learning: Stepping Back 500 Years
Dr. Carl F. Berger, University of Michigan at Ann Arbor
Predicting the Future: Stepping Forward Five Years

Corporate Sponsors

This years corporate sponsors are

eCollege
Related presentation:
Web Accessibility and e-Learning
Joel Sanda, Standards and Accessibility Consultant

CIBER
Related presentation:
Asset Management and Ubiquitous Access
Rich Pachler, Vice President and National Practice Leader
WebCT
Related presentation:
Using Technology to Gain Strategic Academic Advantage
Carol Vallone, President and Chief Executive Officer
Blackboard
Related presentation:
The Cultural Impact of New Learning Technologies
Deborah Everhart, Senior Requirements Manager in Product Development

New This Year

The pre-conference seminar will highlight a significant teaching and learning with technology issue.

Poster sessions will give you a leisurely look at UNC practices and are particularly appropriate for work in progress.

Other Activities Thursday and Friday

Presentations will help you discover the dynamic and diverse ways that technology affects the way we teach and learn.

Panel discussions will offer a variety of stimulating perspectives on timely topics.

Interest group meetings will provide time to discuss selected topics of interest within UNC.

Other Activities Saturday

Seminars will provide opportunities to engage in extensive examinations of TLT topics under the guidance of knowledgeable peers.

Hands-on workshops will allow you to experience and explore TLT activities led by experienced UNC faculty and staff members.



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