ITAL Announces Participants for the 2006 Institute

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ITAL Announces Participants for the 2006 Institute

The Institute for Technology Assisted Learning (ITAL) would like to announce the participants for this year’s workshop are: ul>

  • Brenda Benefit , Sociology and Anthropology
  • Kim Brock , Physical Education – Recreation and Dance
  • William Corbett , Criminal Justice
  • Lizbeth Ellis , Finance
  • Kathlyn Eydenberg , Nursing at NMSU Alamogordo
  • Dana Greene , Criminal Justice
  • Luis Huerta-Charles , Curriculum and Instruction
  • Teresa Keller , Nursing
  • Michael Lang , Automotive Technology at Dona Ana Community College
  • Chang Lee , Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management
  • Larry Mays , Criminal Justice
  • Greg Mosier , Art (Digital and Creative Art Center) at NMSU Alamogordo
  • Ratna Pankayatselvan , Health Occupations at Dona Ana Community College
  • Julie Rice , Sociology and Anthropology
  • Jackie Wood , Special Education/Communication Disorders

    ITAL is a two-week institute that provides NMSU faculty with training and tools needed to integrate distributed learning technologies into traditional and distance education courses. One session will be held this summer. For more information visit http://www.nmsu.edu/~training/ital.html

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