Source: Ruth Dyer, 785-532-6224, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2009
EXPERT ON LATEST LEARNING TECHNOLOGIES TO SPEAK AT K-STATE
MANHATTAN -- New learning technologies will be the topic of the first presentation in the 2009-2010 Provost's Lecture Series at Kansas State University.
Mark David Milliron, founder and CEO of the private consulting and service group Catalyze Learning International, will present "A New Generation of Learning: Diverse Students, Emerging Technologies and a Sustainability Challenge" at 10:30 a.m., Friday, Sept. 25, in the K-State Alumni Center's banquet rooms A and D. The lecture is free and open to the public.
Milliron will discuss new technologies involved with learning, as well as how they can keep up with modern education and retain the human touch.
An award-winning author, speaker and consultant, Milliron serves as board chair for the Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education. He was recently honored by the University of Texas at Austin's College of Education as a distinguished graduate for his service to the education field. He received the O'Banion Prize in 2005 from PBS for his transformational work in support of teaching and learning.
Milliron is a member of numerous corporate, nonprofit and education boards and advisory groups. He guest lectures for educational institutions nationally and internationally. He also authors and moderates the Catalytic Conversations blog, http://catalyticconversations.blogspot.com/
Milliron's presentation will be filmed and will be broadcast on K-State-TV, channel 8 on Cox Cable. It is co-sponsored by K-State's provost’s office and office of mediated education as part of the fourth annual Axio Learning Community Meeting and Conference, http://axioconference.org
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