Category Archives: Middle & Secondary Education / Instructional Technology

Emerging Technologies for Online Learning Conference–April 9-11

    Streamed Live on Campus Aderhold, Room 423       Attend all of the sessions or drop by for the ones that most interest you. No registration necessary. Seating is limited to 25, so come early to ensure … Continue reading

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1949 Atlanta Aerial Mosaic Project Reveals Built Environment Change

South Downtown, Atlanta

It is no secret that Atlanta’s built environment is in a state of near constant change and anyone familiar with Atlanta will most likely note the apparent lack of “old buildings.”  While “old buildings” may be an ill-defined term, when … Continue reading

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Learning Technologies Expert to Speak at Georgia State

Dr. Stephen Harmon will speak on “Changing Minds: How Technology Is Transforming the Landscape of Learning.” Dr. Harmon is Professor and Chair of the Learning Technologies Division in the College of Education at Georgia State University. He is also President-elect … Continue reading

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Autism Expert to Speak at Georgia State

Craig Newschaffer, PhD will speak on “Progress in Epidemiological Research on Autism and the Environment” on September 17th, 2013.  Dr. Newschaffer is professor and chairman of the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics at the Drexel University School of Public Health … Continue reading

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Trouble Accessing Articles?

Looking for a specific article? Here’s how to tell if the library has it and how to get a copy if we don’t. Step 1: Find It @ GSU You’ll be able to access articles in journals the library subscribes … Continue reading

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Georgia Women’s Movement Project Spring Event 2013: Doe Dialogues

DOE DIALOGUES The Georgia Women’s Movement Project Spring Event is held annually to highlight collections in the Georgia State University Library Women and Gender Collections, and to celebrate the lives of the unsung heroines of the women’s movement in Georgia. … Continue reading

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College of Education International Forum on Wednesday

As part of this week’s celebration of International Education Week, the College of Education is presenting an International Forum followed by a poster session. Wednesday, November 14, 2012 9:00am – 11:00am Faculty presentations begin at 9am, Room 1030, College of … Continue reading

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GSU Women’s Collections Shero of the Year Event, 2012

Let’s Kick Ashe! Presented annually, the Shero of the Year Award recognizes an individual or individuals whose support has made a significant impact on the Georgia State University Library’s Women’s Collections. The 2012 Shero of the Year Celebration will be at … Continue reading

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GSU receives $10 million grant to support adult literacy

box of bargain books

The books in the photo on the left  may be selling for only $4 each, but the ability to read them is truly priceless.  Poor literacy is often associated with poverty and can create intergenerational cycles furthering the ill effects … Continue reading

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What do Zulu hats, tile work, and divination have in common?

Moroccan tile

  Ask Dr. Iman Chahine in the College of Education. Chahine teaches the course, “Ethnomathematics and its Role in Sociocultural Traditions”. Ethnomathematics studies the way in which cultural groups use mathematics in daily activities and in problem solving. Students in … Continue reading

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