February 19 2008
Moore will speak from 1 to 2:30 p.m. at Cunningham Memorial Library on the topic â€œNew Technologies and New Learning: Who will be FIT (Fluent in Information Technology)'â€
At Virginia Tech, Moore coordinates such award-winning programs as the Faculty Development Institute, the Graduate Education Development Institute and the Center for Innovation in Learning. In addition to teaching and advising graduate students in urban affairs and planning, she assists underserved rural and urban communities with technology integration initiatives.
Moore is founding chair of the Electronic Campus of Virginia, a member of the commonwealthâ€™s Learning Technologies Advisory Committee and Open Education Resources Committee, and has served as staff director for two commissioned reports on the future of Virginia higher education. She sits on national advisory boards for such organizations as the Research Channel, the Redesign Alliance, WCET, and Adobe; holds three degrees from the College of William and Mary; and has authored numerous articles, book chapters and policy papers.
Mooreâ€™s presentation is free and open to the public. Area educators at all levels, from elementary through high school and college, are especially invited.
Photo:Anne H. Moore
Contact: Susan Simkowski, associate director, Center for Instruction Research and Technology, Indiana State University, (812) 237-2676 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Anne H. Moore, associate vice president for learning technologies and director of information technology initiatives at Virginia Tech, will speak at Indiana State University Feb. 29 as part of the Center for Instruction Research and Technology\'s 2007-08 Speaker Series.
Moore will speak from 1 to 2:30 p.m. at Cunningham Memorial Library on the topic \"New Technologies and New Learning: Who will be FIT (Fluent in Information Technology)'\"