Educational Technology

September 30, 2012

We speak digital: Boise State is fluent in classroom technology

Filed under: Educational Technology — admin @ 12:30 am

By CourtesyThursday, Arbiter Online

Boise State University faculty and students are returning to classrooms and campus spaces this fall that make the most of available technology, and integrate it into teaching, learning and research. Boise State is creating tech-enabled learning spaces to deploy unique content delivery methods, support student, faculty and staff digital fluency, make additional eContent available, expand research capabilities, develop new support for online programming and to improve business processes.  “Faculty are not bound in traditional ways,” said Max Davis-Johnson, associate vice president in the Office of Information Technology (OIT) and the university’s chief information officer. “The technological changes enable learning and growth in a variety of physical and virtual spaces and at a variety of times. Learning isn’t about the technology, but the technology is empowering Boise State’s signature education.”

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