We’re excited to be Virtually Connecting from #t3snc, the 5th-annual Transformative Teaching and Technology conference, held at St. Norbert College on 22 May, 2018. Led by faculty, librarians, and staff, participants learn about and share experiences with enhancing digital literacies in their practice. This year #t3snc is focusing on student voices with several presentations that have student facilitators.
If you’re interested in having conversations with some of the folks onsite at #t3snc, we have the following sessions planned. Times are local to the #t3snc conference (USA Central Time), but look below to find times adjusted to your timezone and links to watch sessions live or recorded if you can’t join the session itself.
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#t3snc provides several ways to engage with the conference virtually, including via Virtually Connecting. Watch a live stream of Robin DeRosa’s keynote Tuesday 22 May 2018 at 9am Central Time USA and then join the Virtually Connecting session with her and Krissy Lukens at 11–11:30am Central Time USA to talk about the keynote and other topics.
11:00–11:30am CT Tue 22 May 2018 with Robin DeRosa and Krissy Lukens
We are proud to present onsite guests Robin DeRosa (@actualham), Professor and Director of Interdisciplinary Studies at Plymouth State College and Krissy Lukens (@kmlukens), Director of Academic Technology at #t3snc’s host institution, St. Norbert College.
The conversation with Robin and Krissy will be coordinated by Virtually Connecting’s onsite buddy Joe Murphy (@joefromkenyon), Director of the Center for Innovative Pedagogy at Kenyon College, and virtual buddies Clarissa “Rissa” Sorensen-Unruh (@RissaChem) from Central New Mexico Community College and Nate Angell (@xolotl) from Hypothesis.