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2015 COE Technology Showcase to demonstrate education technology

October 27, 2015 Leave a comment Go to comments

Oculus Rift

Join the FSU College of Education for the 2015 COE Technology Showcase on Wednesday, October 28th to see and interact with all of the latest technology we have to offer. Experience hands-on learning, live demonstrations, and see all the exciting ways to enhance teaching, assessment, and learning with technology.

This event is part of College of Education Week 2015 and will take place from 12-4PM at different locations around the Stone building. Many devices demonstrated at the 2015 COE TechShowcase are purchased with tech fees funding and will be a great demonstration of student money at work. We will have demonstrations and hands-on activities with devices from the COE Tech Sandbox, Sport Psych Lab, and FSUS remote observation of teaching.

Selected highlights include:

  • 3D printing live demo (MakerBot)
  • 3D devices
  • Oculus Rift
  • Interactive White Boards
  • Osmo
  • TeachLive
  • Visual attention technology: Stroboscopic glasses, SMI Eye-Tracker, and NeuroTracker
  • Remote observation of teaching with FSUS (we will see 3rd graders learning Maths)
  • Sphero
  • Chinese CUBES
  • AAC devices
  • iPad cart
  • Stattransfer

In addition, there will be posters and videos prepared by College of Education students and faculty.

View the full program of events.

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