Tomorrow, my fellow teammates and I will be presenting at Bloomsburg University’s MSIT Corporate Advisory Council on scenario-based learning. We will talk about our previous lecture model, the transition to SBL, and the different types of scenarios that we have implemented thus far.
It’s always a pleasure to come back to our alma mater and it’s especially exciting to come back to present to current students, other alumni, department instructors, and other professionals in the field. There’s always something exciting happening at #BUCAC .
You can view our presentation (and the other presenters) live on the web at http://bupmediasite.passhe.edu/Mediasite/Catalog/catalogs/CAC
Nominated by two professors at The University of Michigan School of Art & Design, LSM was awarded as a 2010 Roman J. Witt Visiting Artist. Today, he will travel to Ann Arbor to spend a few days working with students on their work, assisting in critiques, and presenting lectures on his own work.
Nominated by two professors at The University of Michigan School of Art & Design, LSM was recently awarded as a 2010 Roman J. Witt Visiting Artist. He will travel to Ann Arbor in the spring to spend two days lecturing and working with art students.