“Apple Technology in the Classroom” Workshop

“Apple Technology in the Classroom” Workshop
On Wednesday, November 7, the Office of Educational Equity and Inclusion sponsored another event in the “Apple Technology in the Classroom” Workshop Series, designed to assist faculty and staff with gaining new skills and motivation for incorporating Apple products in their work to enhance teaching and learning.

This dynamic session facilitated by Dr. Alena Funtikova-White, assistant professor, Department of Agriculture, and Dr. Keith McGee, assistant professor, Department of Biological Sciences, covered a wide range of topics and offered valuable hands-on instruction.

“The workshop was a big success,” said Dr. Funtikova-White. “I am glad that many people showed up and used this valuable opportunity to learn more about how Apple products and how to use them in the classroom.”

“With the incredibly positive feedback, we look forward to hosting many more sessions and encouraging faculty and staff to become part of the innovation revolution to enhance student learning,” said Dr. Derek Greenfield, director of Educational Equity and Inclusion.

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