2010 NGTL Symposium
Come and join us in Berkeley for the NGTL Symposium 2010! This is our first year and it promises to be exciting! We are pleased to announce that Howard Rheingold, Dean Christopher Edley, and Gordon Freedman will be the keynote speakers. We have a great program lined up; please see an advanced copy of our schedule for the day.
Welcome to the website for the 2010 Symposium on Next Generation Teaching and Learning. This is the first event sponsored by the Center for Next Generation Teaching and Learning, and will be held at Berkeley Law School's Boalt Hall (room 110), in Berkeley, California, on Saturday, April 17.
The NGTL Symposium is an event to share some of the trends and changes in emerging technology to support student-centered teaching and learning. Participants and speakers from a number of channels within academia, industry, standards bodies, and educational institutions will converge for one day to facilitate innovation and collaboration.
Panel topics will discuss:
Where are we now? Current technologies, student activities and instructor methods
- New learning practices and paradigms
- Tools and technological models
What's ahead? New models for learning, supporting instructors and driving student outcomes
- Emerging Models of Education: virtual degrees, open education, peer-to-peer learning
- Social Issues: copyright, privacy, trust