On Using Technology to Support Communication in Teaching —
Up to and Including Distance Learning
University of Washington
Department of Linguistics
Friday, December 2, 2011
3:30 – 5:00 p.m.
Paccar Hall 291
In this talk, I reflect on the ways in which current technology allows us
increased flexibility in teaching by overcoming barriers to communication in
both time and space. The talk is based on my experience teaching graduate
courses with AdobeConnect as well as using Catalyst tools in graduate and
undergraduate courses. The talk itself will include a demonstration of
AdobeConnect and can be attended remotely through this link:
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