Event Title

Using Technology in Social Studies Classrooms

Presenter Information

Jeffrey Barlow, Pacific University

Location

Berglund Hall 017

Start Date

26-9-2009 9:45 AM

End Date

26-9-2009 10:45 AM

Description

Dr. Jeffrey Barlow of Pacific University will discuss a number of techniques for engaging students in the production of World Wide Web pages in Social Studies classes at all levels in such a way that they simultaneously will become sophisticated, cautious consumers of electronic materials. The class does not presume that the participants have used the web in their classes. If you can use email, or have thought about using email, you are qualified to participate! Jeffrey will also discuss funding opportunities at the Berglund Center, and opportunities for creative cooperation.

Jeffrey Barlow is the Director of The Berglund Center for Internet Studies at Pacific University and the Director of the Matsushita Center for Electronic Learning. He edits Interface, the e-journal of the Berglund Center and is the founding editor of several noted electronic scholarly journals. His web sites in Asian Studies receive more than five million hits per year. Among other things, he teaches sophisticated searching in electronic resources to history students.

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Sep 26th, 9:45 AM Sep 26th, 10:45 AM

Using Technology in Social Studies Classrooms

Berglund Hall 017

Dr. Jeffrey Barlow of Pacific University will discuss a number of techniques for engaging students in the production of World Wide Web pages in Social Studies classes at all levels in such a way that they simultaneously will become sophisticated, cautious consumers of electronic materials. The class does not presume that the participants have used the web in their classes. If you can use email, or have thought about using email, you are qualified to participate! Jeffrey will also discuss funding opportunities at the Berglund Center, and opportunities for creative cooperation.

Jeffrey Barlow is the Director of The Berglund Center for Internet Studies at Pacific University and the Director of the Matsushita Center for Electronic Learning. He edits Interface, the e-journal of the Berglund Center and is the founding editor of several noted electronic scholarly journals. His web sites in Asian Studies receive more than five million hits per year. Among other things, he teaches sophisticated searching in electronic resources to history students.