NME: New Media in Education Conference 2013
Friday, February 1, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (EST)
New York, NY
Register now for the New Media in Education 2013 Conference!
This free, one-day event sponsored by the Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning will bring together the Columbia community and colleagues in higher education technology for dialogue around technology in education and academic life.
Speakers from Columbia and beyond will address critical issues affecting education and technology today, such as online learning, digital publishing, and social media. Subtitled "Bits to Breakthroughs," the 2013 conference will focus on how new media can enhance educational initiatives for meaningful local and global impact.
Opportunities will abound for conference attendees to engage on these topics and to get ideas for incorporating technology into their classrooms, research, and careers.
Stay tuned for program details and more information or follow us on Facebook and Twitter (conference hashtag: #nme2013).
Sree Sreenivasan, Chief Digital Officer, Columbia University
Laurie Burruss, Senior Director of Education at lynda.com and Professor in Interactive Design at Pasadena City College
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Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning
The Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning (CCNMTL) is dedicated to the purposeful use of technology in education at Columbia University. Since 1999, CCNMTL has gained valuable insight and experience by developing hundreds of projects and working with more than 3,500 faculty to advance the purposeful use of technology in education. CCNMTL also extends the scope and reach of its work with strategic initiatives that engage educators, researchers, librarians, partner institutions, and the community in the reinvention of education for the digital age.