Engaging Students with Tablets and Active Learning
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Copyright: Whats it Mean to me?
Engaging Students with Tablets and Active LearningJohn PollitzJill Markgraf
University of Wisconsin-Eau ClaireLibrary Instruction as Participatory Art
Mobile computingCampus initiativeLibrary checkout
Campus ClimateTechnology in the Classroom
Lesson Studies pointed to active learning.2
Librarians willing to:
Use active learning in pedagogySubtly evangelizeUse technology in a comfortable placeLesson Studies pointed to active learning.3Administration needs Library needsWe needed instruction spaceThey needed role models
Low risk gamble Under $25,000 vs. $125,000Low pressure on classroom faculty(Our handout lists equipment)5
ConcernsWould technology work? (Apple TV)Too much for 50 minute session?Student engagement or distraction6Challenge:Transporting the iPads
Time for the participatory pART!8
What themes emerge?What does your creation reveal about your group?Is your creation in the style of a well-known artist?Could you say that your creation is representative of an artistic style?
Email your artwork email@example.comOr use the usual sites, Wikipedia, Google, Google Scholar.Research your work of art
Google art projecthttps://www.google.com/culturalinstitute/project/art-project
ArtSpan Contemporary Arthttps://www.artspan.com/
Thank you for being good sports!
John Pollitz firstname.lastname@example.org
Jill Markgraf email@example.com