Are you interested in learning more about how to integrate XR technologies in your courses? Tech Sandbox was developed to provide faculty and instructors with an opportunity to explore technologies and engage in meaningful conversations with each other about the potential these tools have for curriculum and instruction.
As EHE begins to grow our online portfolio, we are excited about the opportunity to explore emerging technologies for these offerings as well as our in-person courses.
On November 13, 2023 from 11am-12pm, we will be exploring
Augmented Reality (AR) at CoHatch. AR is an interactive technology that overlays virtual elements onto the real world. It can be experienced through your smartphone, tablet, or through specialized hardware such as AR glasses.
Please see the registration information below to sign-up for this session.
Date: November 13
Time: 11am – 12pm
Location: CoHatch Gateway, University District
Focus: AR Technologies
Tech, Creativity, and Social Action: A Glimpse into the Creativity and Innovation Design Network
The Creativity and Innovation Design Network (CIDN), a dynamic hub fostering collaborative partnerships between EHE’s faculty, students, and community organizations, is at the forefront of leveraging technology and media for social impact. Recently, our team participated in a workshop on the art of storytelling using Keynote at the Easton Apple Store.
Building on our newfound insights, we are eagerly gearing up for the upcoming undergraduate creativity fellows’ orientation, as well as finalizing the timelines for our pioneering PreK-12 and community organization partnerships.
The Creativity and Innovation Design Network comprises four faculty innovation fellows, ten undergraduate creativity fellows, as well as a media and STEM learning specialists. With each faculty innovation fellow set to guide a dedicated team of 2-3 creativity fellows, we are brimming with excitement for the upcoming projects scheduled to unfold between November 15 and May 30. We look forward to providing you with a glimpse into the unique projects that promise to make a significant impact on our educational and community landscape. Stay tuned for more updates!
If you are interested in partnering with us, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
We are so excited to announce our first cohort of creatives who will be working across two Columbus City Schools, a preschool, and a non-profit to explore how technology and creativity can support coding, wearable technology, podcasting, and storytelling.
Tasha Lewis, Faculty Innovation Fellow, Human Sciences Project site: Columbus Fashion Alliance’s Future Fashion Creativity Fellows: Audrey Heym, China Williams
Rick Voithofer, Faculty Innovation Fellow, Educational Studies Project site: Any Girl Can, Columbus Afrocentric Creativity Fellows: Alexandra Criss, Nicole Jump
Mindi Rhoades, Faculty Innovation Fellow, Teaching and Learning Project site: SproutFive Creativity Fellows: Isabel Ramos Yanez, Maxine Martin
Detra Price-Dennis, Faculty Innovation Fellow, CDLI Project site: Indianola K-8 Informal Creativity Fellows: Bridget Holahan, Olivia Vanoverbeke, Courtney Rowland
We are thrilled to welcome Dr. Julie Johnson to the team. She will be our STEM Learning Specialist during spring semester.