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Mutual Expectations: Technology on Campus


Please join other faculty, students and staff to discuss your expectations, experiences and thoughts about technology use inside and outside of the classroom. There's so much to learn from each other! We'll have lunch, time for informal conversation, then participate in a facilitated group discussion.

Participate in person or chime in on Twitter (, Facebook ( or email (, at your convenience.

Be prepared to share your thoughts on what technology faculty expect students to use in and outside the classroom for teaching and learning. Students should also be prepared to share what technology you expect faculty to use in class and outside the classroom for teaching and learning.

About the Facilitator

Kimberly Dressler has a BA in Journalism and Mass Communications and a M.Ed. in Higher Education and Student Affairs from the University of South Carolina. In the Student Success Center, Kimberly works with The Sophomore Initiative, management of all Domestic Study Away programs and faculty student interaction programs. Kimberly also teaches University 101 and serves on numerous campus committees that focus on increasing student success and retention. Kimberly has presented at many conferences on the topics of the first-year experience, living-learning communities, sustainability in the co-curriculum, the sophomore-year experience, peer leadership and cross-campus partnerships.

Linda Mihalik serves as the director of enterprise academic technology Initiatives for the Office of Information Technology.  In this role she identifies and manages the development of academic technology programs and organizes workshops to promote academic technologies. Projects she managed include a system-wide Web redesign, e-textbook pilot and a cyber-infrastructure upgrade to South Carolina Historically Black Colleges and Universities. Her academic experience includes serving as assistant registrar at Virginia Tech and teaching computer science courses at Clemson and Temple universities. In the private sector, she held positions in research and development, marketing, logistics, operations and support departments of NCR, AT&T and Sperry.

This workshop is co-sponsored by the Student Success Center, the Division of Information Technology and the Center for Teaching Excellence.



Mutual Expectations: Technology on Campus