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T3 is a professional development opportunity led by faculty, librarians, and staff, where participants will learn and share about enhancing digital literacies in their practice. While presentions will represent a full spectrum of pedagogical approaches, this year, to celebrate #yearofopen we will have a special focus on open educational concepts and projects. Register at T3.snc.edu
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Tuesday, May 23 • 1:45pm - 2:30pm
How Technology Can Facilitate Transformative Learning: A Student Perspective

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Transformative learning occurs in the classroom when a student's perspective has been transformed. The learner experiences a process of deep, constructive, and meaningful learning that goes beyond rote memorization of information and supports the development of critical thinking skills. The transformation may also include 1) a change in understanding oneself, 2) a revision of one's belief system, and/or 3) a change in lifestyle. Today's college students are very comfortable with technology and many are tech savvy. Instructors can build on this skill by using technology to facilitate the process of deep learning in the classroom. How can we do this? What evidence is there that the use of technology facilitated deep learning? How can technology make a difference for students? Listen to a panel of experts, students who have experienced transformational learning themselves. 

Tuesday May 23, 2017 1:45pm - 2:30pm
Mulva Library 314

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