CLTR Symposium on Teaching and Learning
We find ourselves living in a networked era where instant communication, web-based socialization, and rapid information sharing frame everyday experience. This state of being always on, always connected - to our digital devices and to people - is a relatively new human experience. How do college students navigate living in a hyper-connected world? What advantages and disadvantages do they see for being learners in a digital age? What ideas do they have about how we can better support their learning? This session will feature a panel of Colgate students who will share their perspectives on these and other questions, as we all consider what it means to be a human in a networked world.
Lunch will be available beginning at noon.
Friday, November 8 at 12:15pm to 1:15pm
Case-Geyer Library, 560 (Batza Room)
Case-Geyer Library, 13 Oak Dr, Hamilton, NY 13346, USA