Today, I joined my colleagues at Rensselaer and Dr. Debo Roy from the University of Aizu, Japan to participate in an ACM seminar on e-learning and technical communication. It was a strong and interesting mixture of technical and pedagogical discussions surrounding Legos in an ESL context, Classroom Assessment with new technologies, Information Design using CAD Software, Usability Testing of and classroom uses for 3D printing.
My talk was “Using CAD Software to Break from Photorealism in the Classroom: A Case Study of Build with Chrome and GIS Analytics.” More information is available here.
Hopefully our discussions will lead to an edited volume or special journal issue in the coming year.
The recording of my talk is available in 4 parts: