Wednesday, October 21
2:45 PM-3:05 PM
CEST
Lehua III

Engaging Students with Technology in an Asynchronous Learning Environment

Brief Paper ID: 46259
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    Nina Sarkar
    Queensborough Community College, CUNY
  2. Wendy Ford
    Queensborough Community College, CUNY
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    Christina Manzo
    Queensborough Community College, CUNY

Abstract: Millennial students are driving change in learning environment around the world. Unlike previous generations, Millennial students' constant exposure to the Internet and other digital media has shaped how they receive information and learn. In order to adapt to the Millennial students' learning preferences, educators are adapting to using different technology to engage with them. This paper discusses how we flip hybrid classes and use free technology that is independent of the learning management system to build, manage and deliver content to students, while keeping them engaged inside and outside the classroom.

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