Seton Hall University Hosts Chronicle of Higher Education Writer Jeffrey Young to Discuss Impact of Technology on Tenure
Young’s lecture serves as the keynote address for Seton Hall University’s annual Summer Institute, which provides hands-on training for teachers to harness technology to improve teaching and learning. An interdisciplinary panel discussion moderated by Mary Balkun, Ph.D., associate professor of English and assistant chairperson, College of Arts and Sciences, will follow the lecture.
Seton Hall’s annual Summer Institute offers a variety of engaging sessions covering topics ranging from design of Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant websites, to grant writing for projects using technology, to maximizing the use of software packages like PowerPoint and Blackboard. Over 75 attendees are expected, including faculty from tri-state area colleges and universities and regional high school teachers, who receive continuing education credits for their participation.
For more information or to register, visit http://tltc.shu.edu or call Renee Sarno at (973) 313-6165.
Young’s lecture will be webcast live at www.shu.edu at 1:30 p.m., June 12, 2002