Pop quiz: what is the main reason people go to college?
In my opinion, you go to college to learn.
It doesn’t matter if you are a professor leading a class, a student taking a class, or a young adult looking for the next best place to party. No matter what room you are in or what situation you experience, college provides a place of recognition, exploration, and retention of knowledge (even if the lesson learned is “beer before liquor – you’ve never been sicker.”)
This month, we are shedding light on the ways technology enhances pedagogy on a college campus.
Under the umbrella of pedagogy, we will take a closer look at how colleges:
• Invest in studying tools to help students crush the bar exam and create better understanding in other subjects.
• Create the notion of the digital campus culture via lecture capture tools and distance learning.
• Construct learning labs that get students ready for the real world.
In each example, we investigate how technologies improve the pedagogical culture on campus and keep students invested in the school.
In other news, HigheredTechDecisions will be attending one of the biggest AV industry tradeshows of the year: InfoComm2015.
InfoComm is attended annually by more than 38,000 people from over 110 countries. The show offers an infinite show floor of exhibits and endless educational opportunities.
Here’s why you should consider attending InfoComm2015.