HUMlab Seminar with Stéphane Lévesque, October 18

October 18, 2011, at 3.05 pm
“I have a laptop but I don’t teach with computers”: Digital history and the need for technological pedagogical content knowledge (TPCK)
Stéphane Levesque. University of Ottawa.

Levesque is a visiting professor at Umeå History and Education. His visit is financed by the Umeå School of Education. The seminar will be streamed live at http://live.humlab.umu.se.

All welcome!

Biographical Note: Stéphane Lévesque is an Associate Professor of History Education and director of the Virtual History Lab (VH Lab) at the University of Ottawa, ON, Canada (www.virtualhistorian.ca). He is also an adjunct research professor at the University of Western Ontario, London, ON. Very active in the national community, he is an executive board member of The History Education Network (thenhier.ca), board member of Canada’s History Society and board member of the Virtual Museum of Canada. He is the creator of the virtualhistorican.ca and award finalist for best teaching with technology of the Council of Ontario Universities.

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