Faculty Academy 2010

Guest Presenter and Workshop Leader: Mike Caulfield

Written on March 2, 2010 by Martha Burtis | Posted in Guest Presenter,Speakers

Biography

Mike Caulfield has been working with educational technology since 1997. During the Rise of the Teaching Machines, he built award-winning teaching machines for Columbia University, Harvard Business School, and Fortune 500 companies. When the teaching machines gave way to learning environments, he started building those, and he has been, for the most part, very happy about the change.

He has worked for Northern Illinois University, Cognitive Arts, and the OpenCourseWare Consortium. He co-founded and co-managed the first state-level political community in New Hampshire, and has has provided political commentary and coverage for Newsweek, The New York Times, The Huffington Post, and WCBS. He currently works for Keene State College as an Instructional Designer.

Faculty Academy Presentations by Mike Caulfield

We Are All The Pretender Now: Learning In an Age of Just-in-Time Instruction, Plenary Presentation

Integrative Course Design, Interactive Workshop

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  1. Faculty Academy 15 » Keynote Announcement and Program Details on April 19th, 2010 at 2:10 pm

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