TILT Session: October 14 with CSU Chico Communications Professor, Vivi McEuen

Please note the new date, October 14; rescheduled from October 13. We apologize for any inconvenience.

CSU, Chico Communications Professor, Vivi McEuen will be presenting, Choosing & Using E-texts: Lessons Learned on Thursday, October 14, at 3:30 pm in Meriam Library 031. This Technology in Learning and Teaching discussion will focus on lessons learned from first thinking about an e-text, choosing the e-text, and finally using an e-text. Obstacles and successes from both faculty and student viewpoints will be shared.

Attendance can be done in three ways:

1. Come to room 27B in the basement of Meriam Library and be a part of our live audience to take part in the broadcast.
2. View the presentation online by entering the Wimba Classroom and viewing the session from an office or home, or anywhere there is Internet access.
3. View the presentation as an archive which will be available after the presentation.

To Attend Online
To attend online you will need a Web browser, the Java plug-in, and computer speakers to hear the audio. To enter the room click this link. In the next window add your name in the Participant Login box and enter. If this is the first time attending a Wimba session, it is advisable to run the Set Up Wizard before attending the presentation.

Viewing Recorded Sessions
Each session is recorded with the Wimba software for later playback online. To view an archive, click on the TILT session’s name on this page or view the TILT archive page to see recorded sessions from previous semesters. Remember, the archive is not available until after the presentation date.

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