Nov. 29 and Dec. 2, 6, 9, and 15 — “TED Talks” Champlain

Contact: Signe Daly, sdaly@champlain.edu

You’re invited to our “TED Talks” (presentations based on the format of real TED Talks – see www.ted.com).  They will happen during the following times:

When and Where:

Nov. 29, Dec. 6, Dec. 9 — 8 a.m.-9:15 a.m., Alumni Auditorium

Dec. 2 — 8 a.m.-9:15 a.m., GBTC (Ireland), Room 117

December 15 — 10:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m., Alumni Auditorium

The topics (see below) are based on students’ Literature Review and Technology projects completed for our class.  Know that each presentation will be between 12-15 minutes long, with time for only a few comments after each one.  The audience will be invited to fill out a short evaluation form on the presentations they see – as feedback to the students.

Feel free to attend any of the talks.  Please let me know if you have any questions (and (Happy Thanksgiving!)

Tuesday, November 29 (8:00-9:15AM, 75 minutes) – 12-15 minutes each – Alumni Auditorium
1.  Ben Bolton  –       CSAs
2.  Joe Brown –         Global News
3.  Rob Thomas –        Plastics
4.  Jim Courtney –      Solar Power

Friday, December 2 (8:00-9:15AM, 75 minutes) – 12-15 minutes each – Ireland 117
1.  Tim Page –          Sweatshop Machines
2.  Greg Burns –        Clean Water
3.  Chris Sexton –      Laptops
4.  Jared Badger –      Electricity

Tuesday, December 6 (8:00-9:15AM, 75 minutes) – 12-15 minutes each – Alumni Auditorium
1.   Kaisey Arena –     Neuromarketing
2.   Bobby Berg –       Bananas
3.   Mike Tobin –       Mobile Internet
4.   Katie Brockway –   e-Waste

Friday, December 9 (8:00-9:15AM, 75 minutes) – 12-15 minutes each – Alumni Auditorium
1.   Benjamin Lumbra -TBD
2.   Sam Winchell –     Disasters and Marketing
3.   Charlie Giancola – Translation
4.   Raven Tahair –     Labor Laws

December 15 (Final Exam, 10:15-12:15) – 12-15 minutes each – Alumni Auditorium
1.   Michael Bujtas –   Story in e-Games
2.   Justin Ryder –     Educational Games
3.   Dylan Larney –     Coffee
4.   Margaret van Dyke – Media Education and Gender
5.  Mason Fiore –       Video games
6.  Nick Lappen –       Democracy
7.  Adam Reed –         ICTS

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