5 YEAR CELEBRATION OPEN HOUSE
EDUCATION — TECHNOLOGY — INNOVATION
YOU ARE INVITED!
On behalf of the Atomic Object Technology Showcase at Grand Valley State University, we would like to formally invite you to attend a very special celebration of 5 YEARS of EDUCATION, TECHNOLOGY, and INNOVATION!
Join us to remember the past - and to pioneer the future together...
WHAT - 5 Year Celebration Open House
- Showcase Emerging Technology Specialists will be on hand to take you through the latest and greatest #edtech at GVSU
- Experience Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, 3D Printing and More
- Refreshments will be Provided
- Enter to Win Prizes!
- FREE to Attend
WHEN - Friday, September 14
- Friday, September 14th, 2018
- 3:00pm - 6:00pm
WHERE - Technology Showcase @GVSU
- Atomic Object Technology Showcase (012LIB)
Mary Idema Pew LIbrary Learning and Information Commons
1 Campus Drive, Allendale, MI 49401
- To ensure we have enough food and beverages, please RSVP on Facebook!
- If you are not a current faculty, staff, or student, please contact us with your name and email address for a GVSU campus parking pass.
For any further inquiries about the event please feel free to contact Eric Kunnen, Associate Director of eLearning and Emerging Technologies.
EDUCAUSE Conference Feature
1 Year Anniversary Open House
GV Magazine Feature Article
Michigan Public Radio Stateside Segment
K12 EdTech Rally Visit
EDTECH Magazine Feature and Cover Photo
NMC Horizons Report Library Edition Feature
Re-thinkit Library Conference Highlight
Grand Valley Lanthorn Article Feature
Showcase On-the-Road in Indy
EDUCAUSE Conference Session
EDUCAUSE Review Article Feature
Campus Technology Magazine Feature
NMC Horizon Report Feature
Enter to Win!
FOLLOW @GVTechShowcase on Twitter and also TWEET a selfie/photo of the showcase or something you find cool in the showcase w/ hashtag #5YEARS and you will be entered into a drawing for an: Echo Dot, Fire TV Stick, Creative Sound Blaster Headset, or a Campus Dining $15 Gift Card!
THE SHOWCASE @GVSU
Located in room 012 of the Atrium in the Mary Idema Pew Library Learning and Information Commons, the Atomic Object TECHNOLOGY SHOWCASE provides faculty, staff, and students with an interactive and engaging environment to discover, learn, and share how innovative emerging technologies can enhance teaching and improve student learning at GVSU.
Throughout the year the showcase highlights a wide variety of technologies while special events and speakers provide opportunities for faculty, staff, and students to become aware of the potential of technology to transform education.
By researching and monitoring trends, the showcase focuses on identifying emerging and innovative technologies that have potential application across campus. The overall goal is to elevate and accelerate the conversation about instructional technology at Grand Valley State University.
GVSU will be nationally recognized as a world-class leader in transforming education through the application of innovative emerging technologies that create the next generation of teaching and learning.
To provide faculty, staff, and students with an immersive and engaging environment to: interact, discover, learn, and share how innovative emerging technologies can enhance teaching and improve student learning at GVSU.
Michigan State University "Thinkin" Webinar
WOODTV8 "eightWest" Segment
MACUL Conference Exhibitor
Learning Life Cycle | New Landmark Libraries 2016 Article
Grand Valley Lanthorn Feature
Ultimaker Blog Feature
President of the Republic of Palau Visit
K12 STEM in Computing Event Host
Open for Science Olympiad
hackGVSU GVSU's First 'Hackathon'
Showcase On-the-Road at Code.org GR Teacher Con
5 YEAR CELEBRATION OPEN HOUSE
See more noteworthy activities and events by visiting: Atomic Object Technology Showcase "In the News"
Number of Total Showcase Visitors since August 2013
VISITORS PER MONTH
Average Number of Visitors per Month
Most Visits Recorded - 2,918 (January 2017)
Number of Emerging Technologies Showcased at GVSU
First Publicly Accessed 3D Printer
First Google Glasses
First Bitcoin Exhibit
First Oculus Rift DK2
First Snap Spectacles
First Custom Alexa App
First Microsoft HoloLens
First HTC Vive
First Oculus Go
Number of 3D Printing Hours Completed
Number of Unique Class Visits
"The future of education will be shaped by our own creativity and imagination as we look to leverage technology in teaching and learning..."
- Eric Kunnen, Associate Director of eLearning and Emerging Technologies