The fourth annual Engaging Students Through Technology October 28, 2011 10am - 2:30pm
The 2011 symposium tackles two broad questions:
How should I use technology, in my classroom and outside my classroom, to engage my students?
How should I manage the technology (laptops, smart phones, tablets, etc.) that my students bring to my classroom?
The symposium includes a faculty panel, a student panel, lunch, discussion and hands-on sessions. Registration is open for Penn faculty and instructors. Interested graduate students can email email@example.com to be included on a space-available basis. Register now!
Larry Rome and John MacDermott introduce students
to cutting-edge motion analysis technology. Three biomechanics students
share their eye-opening videos.
When the Matrix was first released, the slow motion shots of Neo, the
hero, leaping mid-air through fields of bullets, quickly became iconic.
Imagine having access to a camera, in class nonetheless, that could
slow time to a fraction of those shots.