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The Edge of Educational Technology

Can massive design thinking make global breakthroughs?

This presentation will demonstrate the Ripple student response system developed as an interactive tool by the UO Libraries Interactive Media Group. Use your smart phone, laptop, or tablet to participate.

Presenters
Richard Beckwith, research psychologist, Interactions and Experiences Research, Intel Labs

William Deresiewicz, cultural critic, author, and writer for The Nation, The New Republic and The American Scholar; former professor of English at Yale University

Kiersten Muenchinger, designer, associate professor, director Product Design Program, University of Oregon, John Park, artist and instructor, Digital Arts Program, Department of Art, University of Oregon

Carol Stabile, professor, Department of Women’s and Gender Studies, director, Center for the Study of Women in Society, University of Oregon

Yong Zhao, professor, Department of Educational Methodology, Policy and Leadership, College of Education, and Presidential Chair for Global Academic Extension, University of Oregon

The Koehn Colloquia is a yearlong series of events, classes, exhibitions, and forums to explore how technology, design thinking, and cross–disciplinary education and practice can solve critical issues in global health and human wellness.

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