Make an impact on the future of technology at Seton Hall

Rhonda Quinn, Ph.D., teaches a course at Seton HallSince 1995, the Education, Learning and Technology Roundtable has served as a forum and meeting place for discussion of institutional issues related to education, learning and technology. We invite you to learn more about the TLT Roundtable and join a subcommittee.

The Mobile Computing Working Group, chaired by Dawn Apgar and Kelly Goedert, will make recommendations for the future of the mobile computing program. The working group will focus on the evolving needs of students and teachers and the emerging technologies that offer opportunities to meet them.

The Ideas and Trends in Ed Tech working group, chaired by Greg Iannarella and Christine Lhowe, will explore and assess innovative use of educational technology within Seton Hall and map it to external technology trends in higher education. The working group will identify existing strengths and emerging opportunities, as well as weaknesses and emerging threats.

To join a subcommittee, fill in the interest form.

The Education, Learning and Technology Roundtable, established in 1995, is made up of representatives from academic and administrative areas of the university. Sponsored by the Office of the Provost and the Department of Information Technology, the Teaching, Learning & Technology Roundtable (TLTR) is a consortium of educators, administrators and students who meet and discuss issues and topics related to educational technology.


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