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October 3, 2012

COE Technology Showcase October 10, 2012

The 2nd Annual Technology Showcase features presentations related to technology in education from COE faculty, students, alumni, FSUS colleagues, FSU Office of Distance Learning, and guest speakers. Join us for exciting presentations on using SMART (board, interactive projector, 3D doc cam, and table), 3D technologies, Braille embosser, various assistive technologies, Turning Technologies response cards (new version!), remote observation of teaching at FSUS with AXIS, and various other software and hardware facilitating learning, teaching, assessment, and research in education. Other activities for COE Technology Showcase participants and attendees: 1. 2. 3. 4.

A winner of the STB 3201 naming competition announced STB 3201 guided tours provided Webinars 9am-6pm (see access instructions below) Technology related games, competitions, and fun activities in 1301 and 1302 STB (start at the top of the hour 9am-5pm; see details below).

At the top of the hour, 9 am -5 pm: games, competitions, and fun activities. All COE technology showcase participants and attendees are invited! Texting contest (accuracy and speed will evaluated): Test your texting ability in this fast pace game of dueling thumbs! All you need is your cell phone! Just like in the classic game, “Telephone” you will be given a phrase that you must relay back to the judges. Bring your friends to the Learning Resource Center study room (STB 1302) to claim the title as the fastest texter in the COE along with a COE prize! Only 5 people can play at a time, so show up on the hour to secure your spot. 9:00am – 9:10am 9:15am – 9:25am 9:30am – 9:40am

12:00pm – 12:10pm 12:15pm – 12:25pm 12:30pm – 12:40pm

3:00pm – 3:10pm 3:15pm – 3:25pm 3:30pm – 3:40pm

Jeopardy: Technology Edition Think you know technology trivia? Feel comfortable answering questions about Facebook founders, computer facts, and invention dates of iconic technology figures? Come to the Learning Resource Center study room (STB 1302) and put your knowledge to the test in Jeopardy: Technology Edition. Bring your friends to compete against and battle to be the Jeopardy champion. COE prizes will be given to the winners! 10:00am – 10:30am 1:00pm – 1:30pm 4:00pm – 4:30pm


October 3, 2012

Name that sound: In a world full of growing technologies, there are a few iconic sounds that most of us recognize and then some that we have forgotten (or wish we never knew!). Test your knowledge of these noises from technology present and past! You and your friends can compete in the Learning Resource Center study room (STB 1302) and see how well you listen to the technology that surrounds you. The winning team will receive a COE prize! 11:00am - 11:20am 11:25am – 11:45am

2:00pm - 2:20pm 2:25pm – 2:45pm

5:00pm - 5:20pm 5:25pm – 5:45pm

Translate the Text Every hour, on the hour from 9:00am – 5:00pm; first 15 min of the hour, STB 1301 “LOL” talk has become a part of our everyday communication. BUT how familiar are you with this technology language? Can you translate a conversation? Test your skills and compete with friends while you try to translate an everyday conversation under time constraints! The winners each hour will receive a COE prize! 9:00am – 9:15am 10:00am – 10:15am 11:00am – 11:15am 12:00pm – 12:15pm

1:00pm – 1:15pm 2:00pm – 2:15pm 3:00pm – 3:15pm 4:00pm – 4:15pm 5:00pm – 5:15pm

COE TechDance Off 11:30 – 1:30 Meet us outside (atrium entrance on the ground floor) Want to burn some extra calories without having to make a trip to the gym? Come join us for the first ever COE TechDance-Off! Put on your dancing shoes and show off your skills while we play Dance Central 2 on the X-box and Michael Jackson: The Experience on the Wii. Bring your friends to compete against or compete against others outside of the Stone building after lunch. Best of all, we will keep track of top scores and the person with the overall highest score will be crowned the COE Lord of Dance and will receive a prize! Whether you want to win big or just want to have fun, this will be a great time for all! And La Lola Loca Food Truck will be parked in the courtyard of the Stone Building 11am- 2pm.


October 3, 2012

Remote Observation of Teaching at FSUS Ms. Ashley Myers and her FSUS students

Come and observe live teaching and learning in Ms. Myers’s classroom! 8-9 AP Psychology 10-10:50 AP Psychology 10:55- 11:45 Regular Psychology 11:50am – 12:40pm US History 1:10-2:00 Regular Psychology 2:05-2:55 Regular Psychology

No, you do not need to travel to FSUS. Please come and see all the action in STB 1302 B (inside the LRC)!


October 3, 2012

Get to know yourself better: Performance psychology equipment and devices that capture physiological, perceptual, and cognitive processes Facilitators: Jean-Charles Lebeau, Itay Basevitch, and Nataniel Boiangin (EPLS students, Sport Psychology)

Location: Cyberlounge (STB ground floor, G156) Time: 9am-5pm (no formal presentation, just come, play, and learn!) In brief: Three innovative and advanced technologies will be introduced and demonstrated. Participants will have the opportunity to try them out while performing fun activities. (a) Biofeedback equipment (Thought Technology) - analyze your stress response and pass a "lie" detector test (b) Quick Board - improve your reaction time and motor skills (c) Mobile Eye-tracking system (ASL) - examine what you "really" look at when you watch a video (d) Present your movements in the virtual world (A 3D virtual-world-based learning environment, with immersive interface that integrates Microsoft Kinect, will be demonstrated. The discussion on its application for learners with diverse characteristics and learning needs will also be presented. Please come by 3:30 PM to talk to Sungwoong Lee, Xinhao Xu, and Dr. Fengfeng Ke, EPLS, Instructional Systems). *Partially funded by student technology fees.


October 3, 2012

3201 STB Events New tech room Done by COE students! The purpose of the room (the new name will be announced October 10) is to create a dynamic learning environment where our College of Education students could learn and practice using various instructional technologies and tools and have clear understanding on how they can be embedded into real life teaching, learning, assessment, and research. This facility (open space type) houses technologies that are currently in use or will be used in PreK-12, continuing and higher education, and other educational organizations, allowing our students to meet rigorous accreditation requirements, state standards, and accomplished practices and preparing our graduates for successful professional careers. As of now we have SmartBoard, Smart interactive projector, Smart 3d doc cam, 3D area, gaming area, iPad, e-readers, tablets, LiveScribe pens, and some other technologies. And we will be happy to expand and include other technologies and tools recommended by students and faculty. October 10 schedule: 9:00-9:30AM

Guided tour (Erik Rawls)


3D/Gaming (Edgar Corral) iPad (Lakota Humble) SMART (Erik Rawls)


SMART (Lakota Humble, Heather Delong)


3D (Erik Rawls)


SMART (Heather Delong) Gaming (Derrick Pollock)


Guided tour (Derrick Pollock)


Gaming (Edgar Corral) 3D (Erik Rawls)


SMART (Edgar Corral) Gaming (Derrick Pollock)


SMART (Edgar Corral)


3D (Edgar Corral)


Guided tour (Lakota Humble)


SMART (Heather Delong, Derrick) Gaming (Lakota Humble)


Gaming (Lakota Humble) SMART (Heather Delong)


iPad (Lakota Humble) SMART (Heather Delong)


October 3, 2012

Getting Started with the Flipped Classroom (Webinar)

October 10, 9am-10am Kelly Walsh via webinar (Bb Collaborate:

Want to participate with colleagues and classmates? Come to STB 2206A!

The flipped classroom is a powerful idea that is gaining momentum. In this session, we'll learn about what flipped instruction is (and what it is not), why it works, and how to get started flipping our own content. We'll examine lessons learned and insights from teachers who have been leading the way with reverse instruction techniques, and check out some tools and techniques that we can use to try it for ourselves. Getting started with this flip is easier than you might think, and you can ease into at the pace of your choosing - this presentation will provide the knowledge you need to give the flip a try, and resources to learn more. Kelly Walsh is the CIO at The College of Westchester in White Plains, NY and the founder and author of He has worked as an information technology manager for over 20 years, and in 2008 he joined The College of Westchester. In 2009, Walsh founded the popular website, where he writes regularly about engaging students and enhancing learning outcomes through the use of emerging Internet and instructional technologies. He presented the breakout session "Flipping the Classroom: Succeeding with Reverse Instruction" at the Campus Technology 2012 conference in Boston and has presented on other education technology topics at prior year's conferences and at schools across the U.S. Walsh recently developed an online "Flipped Classroom Workshop" that he conducts several times a year, and his newest eBook, "iPads in Education: Implementations, Apps, and Insights" is available now in iTunes. Sign up for Kelly’s blog at Bb Collaborate help desk: 866.388.8674 option 2. First time user set up Make sure you have Java updated!


October 3, 2012

WFSU, from PBS to You… Elementary School Resources from the Street, the Cat, and the Company! Tasha Weinstein WFSU’s Education and Outreach Coordinator 9am-10am Location: STB 1203 (can sit 54)

WFSU, is your sources for all kinds of amazing resources that you can share with your students and place in your lessons! Come and join the fun in learning about new online places for information, games, interactives and even professional development! You (and your students – both current and future) will be glad you came. Did I mention that all of the resources are free? BYOD and get ready to explore!


October 3, 2012

Three Simple Steps to Tech Integration Success (Webinar)

October 10, 10am-11am Richard Byrne via Webinar (registration required) Want to participate with colleagues and classmates? Come to STB 2206A! The web is full of great technology resources for teachers. In fact, there are so many that it can be overwhelming. In this session will take a look at a simple strategy for evaluating technology and using it to create better learning experiences for our students. Sign up for Richard’s Free Technologies for Teachers blog:

Please register at and enter your name and email address. Please have headphones / earbuds for listening and a microphone if you want to be able to ask questions by speaking. Otherwise you can ask questions by entering them into the chat window during the webinar. You should see a list of technical requirements when you complete the registration. Alternatively, you can find instructions at


October 3, 2012

Auto-grading concept maps in MS Excel with jMAP Allan Jeong Assoc. Professor, EPLS 11am-12pm Location: STB 3203 (can sit 45)

Showcase and demo his Jmap software for constructing and assessing students' concept and causal maps. It is possible to use it as a tool for teaching systems thinking and causal understanding in science education. However, it also can be used to support reading/concept comprehension in any topic or course. More details:


October 3, 2012

Keeping Your Feet on the Ground While Your Students Are in the Cloud Joseph S. Clark, Research Associate Online Course Design & Development Office of Distance Learning, FSU 11 am-12 pm STB G158 (can sit 48)

When you're teaching an online course that is itself about the impact of new communication technologies on society, it's expected that you'll bring some of these tools into the virtual classroom. Learn one instructor's experiences with both content delivery and student assignments that use social media and cloud-based tools such as Twitter, Google Docs, podcasting, blogging, and contributing to Wikipedia. See this link for an outline of the presentation (Prezi).


October 3, 2012

Webinars with Simple K12 by COE Faculty! 11:30 am-5:00 pm in STB 2206 A Online Access (see below) Kim Kelling Engstrom, WFSU’s Director of Educational Services Tasha Weinstein, WFSU’s Education and Outreach Coordinator 11:30 AM - 12:00 PM EST One PBS Station: A Resource for Thousands of Classrooms! Have you ever considered turning to a TV station for some of your classroom resources? Whether you live in their immediate broadcast area or across the globe, WFSU, Florida State University’s licensed PBS station and online site, can provide the inside scoop on the wonderful world of PBS, where learning can happen anytime and anyplace! Join Kim Kelling Engstrom and Tasha Weinstein as they explore the WFSU site, along with a free digital library with thousands of valuable online resources, including interactive programs, lesson plans, videos, pictures, audio, and more! Come get a look at some of these valuable resources, which are free for all educators and families to use! Michelle Kendrik, Project Manager, CPALMS Charter, FSUS 12:30 - 1:00 PM EST Explore an Online Community Built by Charter Schools for Charter Schools Explore the charter school online community, CPALMS Charter, built to engage Florida’s charter school teachers and leaders in online collegial conversations about education. This webinar will take attendees on a journey through the online community and introduce the various tools available including Common Core training materials, professional development opportunities, webinars, blogs, discussion boards, student artifacts, and teacher videos. Charter school leaders will have the opportunity to view similar tools that are directed at best practices, questions, and answers to some of the most pressing charter school leadership topics in today’s schools. No matter what type of school you teach in, this webinar has something to offer. Come join us on our journey through this site. Shelbie Witte, Assistant Professor, FSU College of Education 1:30 - 2:00 PM EST Web Tools that Enhance Teaching and Support 21st Century Literacies Faced with tech-savvy students and tasked with ensuring that their students are prepared for the 21st century, educators need easy-to-access Web 2.0 tools to enhance the instruction and learning in their 21st century classrooms. Using the NCTE definition of 21st century literacies, Dr. Shelbie Witte will survey and share popular Web 2.0 tools that support the framework for 21st century learning. Vanessa Dennen, Associate Professor of Instructional Systems, FSU College of Education 2:30 - 3:00 PM EST Grading on the Go: Using the iPad to Grade Student Work Do you spend a lot of time writing comments on student papers? Are you tired of sitting at a computer grading student work? Have you been looking for a portable way to do electronic grading and feedback? This webinar will present useful apps and processes for grading student work on an iPad. Join Dr. Vanessa Dennen as she focuses on ways to use iPads to provide learners with textual and auditory feedback on their work. Vanessa Dennen, Associate Professor of Instructional Systems, FSU College of Education 3:30 - 4:00 PM EST Publish Yourself and Your Students: Creating eBooks Have you ever wanted to publish your own work or your students’ work? Why not try eBooks? They are simple to create, and they're a great way to publish and share content you have developed -- or to package and preserve student work. Join Dr. Vanessa Dennen as she shares ways in which eBook creation might be incorporated in the classroom; discusses the path to eBook creation; presents several eBook creation tools; and demonstrates how easy it is to create an eBook. Distribution of eBooks also will be addressed. Elizabeth Jakubowski, Associate Professor, FSU College of Education 4:30 - 5:00 PM EST What Do Students Need to Learn: Unpacking the Common Core State Standards What does that standard really mean for your students? What should you expect your students to be able to do? Where does this standard fit in the learning progression? Join Dr. Elizabeth Jakubowski as she explores these questions as you learn how to "unpack" a Common Core State Standard for Mathematics or English Language Arts. The model template being used is applicable to all grade levels.


October 3, 2012

Accessing COE Faculty and Simple K12 Webinars (Live) Can be done in STB 2206A or in your office, home, classroom (online!) • • •

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Link to Once you access the above link, you can begin registering for any of the live sessions by clicking a Register button beside any webinar that you want to attend. A dialog box will open. If you are already a Teacher Learning Community member, you can enter your email and password, and then click Sign In to login to the Community. o Once you click the Register button again, it will automatically register you for the webinar.  If the webinar has not yet started, it will send a confirmation email with the link to enter the webinar.  If it is just before the start of the webinar or if it has already started, it will take you to a gotowebinar registration page. If you are not a member of the Teacher Learning Community, the first time you click the Register button: o You will be taken to a page where you need to set up a free, basic profile. o Follow the prompts to enter the personal and account information, and then click the Register button by the webinar again.  If the webinar has not yet started, it will send a confirmation email with your link to enter the webinar.  If it is just before the start of the webinar or if it has already started, it will take you to a gotowebinar registration page.

Helpful tips: Set up your profile the first time you access the system (note: if you logout between registering for webinars, you will need to log back in). Please register for webinars in advance so that you get the reminder emails that will include a link that you can click to access the webinar. You can begin registering for them now, if you like. You can register for more than one webinar at time. (If you plan on attending more than one, it’s easiest if you register for all of them at the same time.). We suggest you try to enter your first webinar about 15 minutes prior to the webinar, in case you need to update your Java (you will be prompted). If someone has trouble connecting to the webinar, Gotowebinar provides a troubleshooting page for Windows PCs: ebinar+on+PCs .

1. Gotowebinar also provides a test session link where possible attendees can test their computers/connections ahead of time so if they do need to download something they can. 2. To test your connection, join the test session via (You could do this now.) Remote attendees may use an iPad to view the webinars, but you will need to download the gotowebinar app. Here are some instructions for the iPad:


October 3, 2012

Turning Technologies v.5 Chris Williams Senior Training Specialist Turning Technologies 2211 B (can sit 10) These overview sessions available: 11 am-11:25am 11:30 am-11:55 am 4 pm 4:25 pm 4:30 pm-5 pm

Come and learn about the newest version of TurningPoint! This version will replace all of our current Turning Technology software types (anticipated in Jan. 2013)! The latest release of TurningPoint (v. 5) is the easiest-to-use and most powerful version to date, offering additional capabilities and an enhanced overall user experience. TurningPoint now consolidates the company's most popular products into one, simple interface for polling in PowerPoint速, polling in any application and self-paced polling. Turning Tech intern and College of Education student Samantha Tackett (EPLS) will facilitate all sessions.

*Partially funded by student technology fees.


October 3, 2012

Using Bug-In-Ear Technology to Support Practicing Educators

Jennifer Riggie PhD Student School of Teacher Education STB G154 (can sit 48) 12pm-1pm As part of her PhD dissertation research, Jennifer has been providing in-vivo coaching of an early childhood educators using Bug-In-Ear (BIE) technologies. For the purpose of her research, this includes two cell phones and a Blue Tooth device. Each teacher in her study is trained on the use of BIE and three specific intervention strategies. During an observation, she gives the teacher the Blue Tooth to wear. Then, at the beginning of the play routine, she calls the phone synced to the Blue Tooth. The teacher answers the call and then throughout the routine, Jennifer provides short prompts to the teacher to use the strategy. For example, if the strategy is reinforcement, she may say "Praise George talking;" or "Praise kids sharing." If the teacher uses reinforcement without Jennifer’s prompting, she praises the teacher by saying "great praise." Although Jennifer is coaching early childhood educators, this strategy could be used with general educators, paraprofessionals, or other professionals being observed by researchers, administrators, or colleagues. It has direct implications for research and practice.


October 3, 2012


OIIT Staff STB 1301 A 11am-12pm (no formal presentation, just come and learn!)

Come and see in action Farnics Insight in action and learn how you can use for student collaboration on projects and lab monitoring.

*Partially funded by student technology fees.


October 3, 2012

Scan and Learn: Using QR Codes to Support Learning

Dr. Vanessa Denne (Associate Professor of Instructional System, EPLS)

Shuang Hao (EPLS student, IS)

Sungwoong Lee (EPLS student, IS)

12pm -1pm STB 3305 (can sit 44) Come and learn about QR codes -- what they are, how they function, and how to create them. Then the presenters will share ways in which QR codes might be integrated into learning activities. During the second half of the presentation, they will share a QR code-based activity that the Instructional Systems program did as part of student orientation this fall semester.


October 3, 2012

Formative Assessment in the College Classroom: Modeling Best Practice for PreService Teachers Elizabeth Brinkerhoff, EPLS student , Learning & Cognition

Jacquelin Cocke, EPLS student, Measurement & Statistics

12pm-1pm STB 3209 (can sit 66) Pre-service teachers are required to take Classroom Assessment, a course that familiarizes them with expectations for effective educators in the area of assessment as outlined in the Florida Educator Accomplished Practices. During Turning Point presentations, students use response devices to respond to quizzes, instructional reviews, and other activities. The reviews model formative assessment, and students’ responses provide formative information to guide instruction. All quiz and review items reflect proper formatting of assessment items. Through the use of response devices in this course, students experience best practices for effective educators in the area of classroom assessment.

*Partially funded by student technology fees.


October 3, 2012

Augmentative and Alternative Communication Systems Neslihan Canpolat-Cig, STE student 2:00pm - 4:00pm (no formal presentation, just come and learn!) STB 2210 (can sit 16)

There will be demonstrations of low tech and high tech AAC devices, switch operated adaptive toys, assistive technology software, and different kinds of iPad apps that can be used for the students with disabilities.

*Partially funded by student technology fees.


October 3, 2012

Supporting Literacy Practices in Mathematics Classrooms

Elizabeth Jakubowski, Associate Professor, School of Teacher Education, FSU College of Education 2pm-3pm STB G157 (can sit 75)

Literacy anchor standards identified in the Common Core State Standards do have a place in mathematics classrooms. What these practices might look like at various grade levels will be explored in this session. Meaningful learning opportunities for students in mathematics classes to engage in the anchor literacy standards of reading, writing, speaking, listening, and literature will be demonstrated and experienced by the participants.


October 3, 2012

Using iPads in Counseling: Examples of Teaching, Research and Service

Debra Osborn, Assistant Professor, Psychological and Counseling Services, EPLS

Deborah Ebener, Associate Professor, Psychological and Counseling Services, EPLS

3:30-4:00 pm STB 2211B (can sit 10) Faculty members will be sharing how they have used iPads to enhance and extend teaching, research and service within the field of counseling.

*Partially funded by student technology fees.


October 3, 2012

TeachLive Demo STB 3304 11am-12pm and 4pm-5 pm Plan to spend 5-7 mins talking to kids/avatars! It will be an individual interaction, so please be patient while others are playing!

The TLE TeachLivE™ Lab is a mixed-reality teaching environment supporting teacher practice in pedagogy and content. The TLE TeachLivE™ Lab is an iconic example of the best practice in education, using innovative technology to provide pre-service and in-service teachers the opportunity to learn teaching skills and to craft their practice without placing "real" students at risk during the learning process. In the traditional teacher education environment real students help prospective and novice teachers become more effective educators. In a virtual teaching environment, prospective and novice teachers can make mistakes without impacting real students. In the TLE TeachLivE™ environment, prospective teachers can learn the instruction and management skills needed to become effective teachers and practicing teachers can hone and refine their skills. Aligned with the three elements of Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK), the TLE TeachLivE™ simulator affords participants the opportunity to build content area and/or pedagogical skills with an understanding that skills will transfer to a real classroom situation. In the TLE TeachLivE™ lab, routines can be repeated with an individual instructor or a class of pre-service teachers until the routine is mastered. If novice teachers perform poorly or if experienced teachers want to experiment with a new teaching idea, using TLE TeachLivE™ poses no danger to the learning of any real student. This environment has impacted the preparation of over 600 teachers at UCF and is now influencing teachers daily at 10 other university settings. Each of our university partners utilizes the TLE TeachLivE™ Lab in a unique manner dependent upon the needs of their students, teachers, professors, and community stakeholders.

*Partially funded by student technology fees.


October 3, 2012

Assistive Technologies for People with Visual Impairments Mickey Damelio and VI Program Students (STE) STB 1207 10am-12pm and 2pm-3pm

Assistive technology for people with visual impairments will be on display. Students will demonstrate the equipment and teach attendees about its use for people who are blind or visually impaired.


October 3, 2012

RefWorks Gloria Colvin Research Librarian FSU Academic Librarian of the Year 4:00pm-5:00pm STB 1301 A (can sit 24)

RefWorks is a web-based citation manager provided by the FSU Libraries for all Florida State University faculty, students, and staff that allows you to: • Import references directly from online databases such as MEDLINE, PsycINFO, ERIC, etc. • Store and organize references and files, such as images or full-text articles • Create correctly-formatted bibliographies in all major styles (MLA, APA, etc.) • Cite references inside Word documents and generate a correctly formatted bibliography as you write • Export collections of references to other bibliographic software (such as EndNote) Come and learn how to access it on campus or remotely and use it!


October 3, 2012

NVIVO Webinar (Free) Stacy Penna, Ed.D. Business Development Manger 5pm-6pm Online (see below) or in STB 2206A NVivo is software that supports qualitative and mixed methods research. It lets you collect, organize and analyze content from interviews, focus group discussions, surveys, audio – and now in NVivo 10 - social media and web pages. Join us for this free webinar organized specifically for the COE Technology Showcase and scheduled at 5 pm to accommodate graduates students with full time employment to learn: • Best practices using NVivo 10 with qualitative and mixed methods data • Benefits of using NVivo for literature reviews Registration Link: After you register an email will be sent to you with instructions on how to join. Please send this link to other colleagues, departments or students who might want to join. GoToWebinar General Information: •

To attend a GoToWebinar session, you will need access to the internet and a phone with a speaker or a computer with VoIP that has speakers and a microphone. NVivo software does not need to be downloaded to your computer.

GoToWebinar sessions are web based meetings where our software will be shown on your computer, while you are provided an explanation through a teleconference call.

At least 10 minutes before the meeting starts, click on the GoToWebinar Link that was emailed to you when you registered. The Citrix GoToWebinar website will make sure your computer is ready for the meeting by downloading the appropriate software required by their meeting manager. This can take anywhere from 2 to 10 minutes.

Here is a link to information about Getting Started with NVivo 10 – booklet, tutorials, eSeminars

If you have difficulty attending the meeting, please call QSR Massachusetts based International office at 1-617-491-1850 x 104

*NVivo licenses in the FSU College of Education are funded by student technology fees.


October 3, 2012

COE Technology Showcase Day at a Glance (All activities are in Stone Building) Ground and 1st Floor

2nd and 3rd Floors


COE Technology Showcase 2012  

October 10, 2012 STB 8am-6pm

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