Baylor's annual Educational Technology Showcase highlights creative uses of information and communication technologies in the classroom at Baylor and beyond. Enjoy two full days of presentations, panel discussions, and poster sessions, along with distinguished guest speakers and workshops on digital storytelling at both beginning and intermediate levels. All Baylor faculty, staff, and students are invited to attend the 2010 ETS.
2010 Featured Guests
Larry Johnson, Ph.D. - Chief Executive Officer of the New Media Consortium (NMC)
Dr. Larry Johnson is an internationally recognized thought leader in the effective application of new media in teaching, learning, and creativity. As CEO of the New Media Consortium (NMC), Dr. Johnson has worked extensively to build common ground among museums and universities across North America and in more than a dozen other countries. Under his leadership, the NMC has become an international consortium of nearly 300 world-class universities, colleges, museums, research centers, and technology companies dedicated to using new technologies to inspire, energize, stimulate, and support learning and creative expression. In his ETS 2010 keynote address, Dr. Johnson will use the latest Horizon Report as the basis for a discussion of emerging technologies in higher education. Larry will kick off this year's ETS with a keynote address at a luncheon scheduled for Wednesday, April 7, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. See our 2010 ETS Schedule of events for more details.
Bill Shewbridge, D.C.D. - Studio Manager of the New Media Studio, University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC)
Bill Shewbridge has twenty years of experience in educational media. He has recently focused on multimedia and Web development, and is currently Studio Manager with UMBC's New Media Studio. He is also an Affiliate Assistant Professor in Modern Languages and Linguistics. Bill holds a Doctor of Communications Design (D.C.D.) from the University of Baltimore. In addition to being a featured speaker on April 7, Bill will lead beginning and intermediate digital storytelling workshops on Thursday, April 8. See our 2010 ETS Schedule of events for more details.
Paul Iwancio is a video producer, instructor, and instructional designer at UMBC's New Media Studio. In addition to teaching an undergraduate course in Digital Storytelling, he has also led faculty workshops at UMBC and taught in Washington D.C. for the Center for Digital Storytelling. He is well-known regionally as the founder and president emeritus of the Baltimore Songwriters Association. Paul will help lead this year's digital storytelling workshops.