Date(s) - 12/03/2014
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Join Melissa Eichelberger as she introduces how to effectively brainstorm in the digital world with co-workers no matter their physical location. This workshop will identify some highly recommended concept-mapping applications and provide an overview of using such an application to facilitate collaborative brainstorming.
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Biography ~ Melissa Eichelberger
Melissa Eichelberger is the IMPACT Lab and Academic Technology Coordinator at Lewis University. She has received both her BA and MA from Lewis University and a Certificate for Teaching in Higher Education (Post-Graduate), from the University of St. Francis. She is an experienced technology enthusiast with over 16 years in higher education and over 13 years in academic technology. With her passion for enhancing teaching and learning with technology she provides value to this unique project-based learning program. She is constantly finding new initiatives that will offer real world skills with a seamless integration of technology.
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