Seton Hall has pioneered the use of technology in the classroom, beginning with the nationally recognized mobile computing program in 1998. Walk down technology memory lane as faculty and students discuss the history of technology and its impact on teaching and learning.
In 2001, the inception of Faculty Innovation Grants led to projects devoted to cultivating innovation and infusing technology into courses. Recipients of the Faculty Innovation Grants will discuss the select projects and the use of 3D printing of lab equipment, virtual reality, and how GoPro cameras can be used during clinicals.
Technology continued to grow with the start of online learning in 2002, the use of tablets and PDAs in 2004, and a partnership with Microsoft and Nokia in 2012 to launch Windows 8. Today the University is on the forefront of emerging technologies like virtual reality, augmented reality, and 3D printing in a dedicated MakerSpace laboratory called Space154.
November 14, 2019
10:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m., Walsh Library, Beck Rooms
Lunch will be provided
Categories: Science and Technology