Workshop to Address Use of Technology in Pa. Schools at SHU 4/4
Seton Hill University will host one of six workshops held across the Commonwealth to discuss the use of technology in Pennsylvania’s K-12 schools. The workshop hosted by Seton Hill will take place on April 4 at 6:30 p.m. in Cecilian Hall on Seton Hill’s Greensburg, Pa. campus. While this workshop is free and open to all interested individuals, registration is required. Please visit www.paect.org to register. Act 48 credits are available.
The 21st Century Tech Support Project is part of a research study sponsored by the Pennsylvania Association for Educational Communications and Technology (PAECT) and conducted by a task force chaired by Dr. Shirley Campbell, associate professor and director of Instructional Design for Technologies Enhanced Learning at Seton Hill University and Dr. Celina Byers, assistant professor and coordinator for the ITS Program in the Department of Instructional Technology at Bloomsburg University. The research study will examine how technology is used in Pennsylvania schools, including hardware and software training and support and curriculum integration, and will result in a set of recommendations that the PAECT will present to Pennsylvania legislators.
For more information on the 21st Century Project and the dates and locations of other upcoming workshops, please visit www.paect.org
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