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FR08 - Using an Introductory Technology Class to Engage and Empower First Year Students 
Date/Time:
June 22, 2012   11:00am - 12:15pm
 
Total Credits:
0.10 CH  
 
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How does a commuter campus close the gap between students’ perception, faculty expectation, and the reality of students’ technology skills? Can the intervention also improve first year retention rates? This session will provide an overview of how Ohio University Southern addressed these issues through a technology workshop designed for first year students. Participants will receive information regarding course design, learning objectives, course activities, student outcomes, and comparative retention data.

 


 
 
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