Teaching With Technology Showcase is Jan. 11 Virginia Lyons December 15, 2009 The Faculty Center for eLearning will host the Teaching With Technology Showcase, a one-day event that highlights the use of instructional technology at St. Thomas. The showcase will be held from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday, Jan. 11, in Room 102, O’Shaughnessy-Frey Library Center. Lunch will be provided. Due to the limited number of seats (20), full-day registrations will receive priority. To register for the full-day event, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Teaching With Technology Showcase topics: “Shades of Gray: How FERPA, Copyright and Other Legal Issues Impact Technology Use in the Classroom,” led by Joann Martyn Golas, instructional design consultant, DePaul University “Wikis in the Classroom,” led by Martin Warren, College of Arts and Sciences “A Day in the Life of an Online Professor,” led by Candace Chou, School of Education “A Part-Time Professor’s Potpourri: Don’t Twitter Your Life Away,” led by Tom King, School of Education “Using Adobe Presenter to Reduce the Class Time Devoted to Lecturing,” led by Isaac Alderman, Theology A complete schedule of the day is available on the center’s Web site.