Handout - Interface 2013 + Digital Humanities Day

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Handout - Interface 2013 + Digital Humanities Day
Academic Technology
Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere
George A. Smathers Libraries
Means, Tawnya
Johnson, Doug
Acord, Sophia
Taylor, Laurie N.
Technology Innovations Advisory Committee
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Gainesville, FL
Academic Technology
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UF DH Day (UF Digital Humanities Day)

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T he University of Florida Technology Innovations Ad visory Committee (TIAC) and the Digital Humanities Working Group (DHWG) invite all UF researchers and instructors (faculty, lecturers, teaching assistants with their own classes) for this years Interface seminar Thursday, April 25th from 8 to 4:30 This seminar is themed around Learning on-and o-line: Reading, Reecting, Displaying, and Doing. and will include 10-minute lightning talks, round tables, and refreshments, including breakfast and lunch. The complete schedule for the event is available online: http://in A free continental breakfast and lunch will be provided; how ever, seating is limited and registration (no fee) is required. All instructors attending the face-to-face program will be entered in a drawing to win a free iPad. You must be registered and present at the drawing time to win. The seminar is designed to engage attendees in demonstrations, discussion and networking focused on improving teaching, learning, research, and public engagement by deploying in novative pedagogy and research using new and emerging technologies. Faculty Seminar participants will have opportu nities for discussion with both presenters and peers. This event is intended as a face-to-face forum; however, the lightning talks and keynote will be live streamed. The breakout table sessions will be available online as well. Register as an Online Participant to receive the appropriate URLs. Interface: Faculty Seminar is co-organized by Academic Technology, the Center for the Humanities and the Public Sphere, and the George A. Smathers Libraries. Keynote presentation by Dr. Curtis Bonk Professor of In structional Systems Technology at Indiana University, inter nationally recognized speaker on online teaching, learning, and technology, and author of The World is Open: How Web Technology is Revolutionizing Education ; The Handbook of Blended Learning: Global Perspectives, Local Designs ; A Special Passage through Asia E-Learning ; and the widely used, Empowering Online Learning: 100+ Activities for Read ing Reecting, Displaying, and Doing ; as well as more than 275 articles on a wide variety of research areas and interests. SPRING INTERFACE 2013 SPRING INTERFACE 2013 FACULTY SEMINAR 8:00 : Breakfast and Welcome Dr. Joseph Glover, Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs Mr. Elias Eldayrie, Vice President and Chief Information Officer 8:30 : Keynote Curtis Bonk, Where are you R2D2? Addressing Diverse Online Learner Needs with the Read, Reflect, Display, Do Model 10:00 : Coffee break 10:15 : Read Lightning and breakout 11:15 : Reflect Lightning and breakout 12:30 : Lunch 1:00 : The Rise of Shared Online Video Curtis Bonk 1:30 : Display Lightning and breakout 2:30 : Coffee break 2:45 : Do Lightning and breakout 3:45 : Wrap up session 4:15 : Close and iPad drawings Tawnya Means, TIAC: Doug Johnson, TIAC: Sophia K. Acord, CHPS: Laurie Taylor, George A. Smathers Libraries: Thursday, April 25 TH 8 AM :30 PM Smathers Library, room 1A. SCHEDULE