Technology in the curriculum: The role of student perceptions

Presenters Eva Fernández (Center for Teaching and Learning) and Michelle Fraboni (Elementary and Early Childhood Education) examined ways to incorporate technology into a course to enhance learning outcomes using information about student perceptions of the variable value of different technologies as learning tools.

You can view the recorded presentation here: http://queenscollege.adobeconnect.com/p9ant6uxeyu/

Download a pdf copy of the presentation: CTL_TechTalk_2013-04-09

These links are posted in the slides:

Microsoft’s Digital Literacy curriculum

Information Literacy (AAC&U)

Digital Literacy (ALA Digital Literacy Task force)

Additional resources mentioned in during the session:

ResearchGate, a social networking tool for scientists. (thanks, Nathalia!)