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Technology Meets Education

The Symposium for Teaching and Learning with Technology comes but once a year; this year, that time is today. The TLT Symposium showcases new and emerging technologies that can be used to further learning, research, and teaching. The for-faculty by-faculty event allows PSU faculty and people from across the country to network, share ideas, and generate new ones.

This year’s keynote speaker, Dr. Michael Wesch, will present “Digital Scholarship and the Culture of Teaching and Learning.” Dr. Wesch is an assistant professor of cultural anthropology at Kansas State University who focuses on the effects of new media on society and culture. He’s presented his work at film festivals and academic conferences alike. He has also won many award for his work in the realms of media and teaching.

If you’re interested in the TLT symposium but didn’t register, you can follow the day’s events on Twitter by searching for the #psutlt hashtag or watch it live on Ustream.

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Caitlin is from a small Pennsylvania town called Unionville, which is by West Chester, which is by Philadelphia. She is a sophomore in the Smeal College of Business and will probably major in accounting. Caitlin loves "How I Met Your Mother" and dougnuts.

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