Information Technology Services

T@N 2012

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

The day begins with morning continental breakfast fare, followed by an inspiring keynote address by Kelly Hermann, Director of the Office of College-wide Disability Services at SUNY Empire State College. Each hour you may choose from among several workshops targeting both faculty and staff. Computer labs, staffed with support personnel, will also be available for you to experience first hand what you may have just learned about in a session. And you will have an opportunity to browse among poster sessions offered by your colleagues to see more of the ways in which the Nazareth community is utilizing technology to support and enhance learning.

We hope that you can arrive early and stay late to take full advantage of the entire day. This year lunch will be provided for conference attendees. However, we do understand everyone's busy schedules, so feel free to join in at any time and participate as you are interested and able.

Be sure to bring your Nazareth ID card and your phones or mobile devices to be able to fully participate in some of the interactive features of the day.

The response we received last year to our first event was extremely positive, and we hope to provide you with an even more exciting and stimulating day. Watch your email and this website for updates on T@N as the day approaches.

Committee Members: Olga Lapczak, Anthony Rizzo, Matt Koetz, Mary Bradley, Catherine Doyle, Catherine Collier, Paul Monachino, Chuck Ray, Michael Scalise

Guest Speaker: Kelly Hermann
Schedule & Sessions

Presentations & Document Sharing

Kelly Hermann's Keynote Address and Universal Design Presentation
Keeping up with Microsoft Office (Paul Monachino)
Projects@Naz Life Cycle (Chuck Ray)
Technology for Diverse Learners@Naz (Lisa Thomas, Sue Atkins)
How Ready are Nazareth Students for Online Learning? (Kate Collier)