Jim Greenberg is currently the Director of the Teaching, Learning, and Technology Center at SUNY Oneonta. I have worked at SUNY Oneonta 33 years helping to deploy technology in ways that improves teaching and learning (I hope). Along the way I have taught courses in Geographic Information Systems, Advanced Networking, various programming languages, and finally New Media. I’ve guest lectured and given workshops on numerous topics relating to technology over the years.
I have served on committees at all levels most recently EDUCAUSE’s EQ Editorial Committee and SUNY’s IITG Reviewer Committee. Personally I am interested in how technology and culture interact, particularly in education. Some of the things I’ve been involved with over the years that I am most proud of are the establishment of the Teaching, Learning, and Technology Center on my campus and being in the room when COA and CIT were conceived.
Abstract: The presentation will overview a the establishment of a collaborative virtual community, focusing initially on data-intensive computing education in the social sciences.
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I'd be interested in hearing from folks about any initiatives or emerging needs on their campuses to do social media analysis in the social sciences. I am familiar with efforts at SUNY Stony Brook,…Continue