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CIT 2009 Recordings

The 2009 Conference on Instructional Technologies was held at SUNY Oswego May 19-22. Several events were broadcast live online. Recordings of those events are available using the links below.

Welcoming Remarks by Craig Lending, SUNY FACT Council Chair, SUNY Brockport. View Now...

Welcoming Remarks by Deborah F. Stanley, President of SUNY Oswego. View Now...

Welcoming Remarks by Risa I. Palm, Ph.D., SUNY Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs. View Now...

Keynote Address - "Technical/Tangible/Social" by Elizabeth Lane Lawley, Ph.D., Director, Lab for Social Computing and Associate Professor of Information Technology, Rochester Institute of Technology, Thursday, May 21, 2009. View Now...

Social media works best when it is centered around objects rather than conversations. These can be virtual objects, like bookmarks or digital photos, but increasingly they are physical objects, like books or crafts. This talk will cover the growing importance of "social objects" in technology implementation and how those objects serve as a focal point for cohesive social interactions.

Session Presentation - "Gaming, Learning, Happiness" by Keynote Speaker Elizabeth Lane Lawley, Ph.D., Thursday, May 21, 2009. View Now...

Session Presentation - "Teaching in the 21st Century" by Harry E. Pence, SUNY College at Oneonta, Thursday, May 21, 2009. View Now...

Broadcast and recording of these events sponsored by Affinity Enterprises.


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Faculty Access to Computing Technologies (FACT) Committee - Faculty Council of Community Colleges (FCCC) - Center for Professional Development (CPD) - University Faculty Senate (UFS)

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