Rey will spend the day giving two talks to the campus community. The first talk will be based on a chapter from his forthcoming book, Engaging Students through Social Media: An Evidence-Based Approach for Student Affairs, (Wiley/Jossey-Bass, March 2014), and is titled, "'Srsly? We're going to use it for class?': Evidence-based approaches to using social media in the classroom." Rey will speak on the use of social media like Facebook and Twitter to support student learning, with a focus on research-based practices that can lead to deep learning outcomes.
Rey's first talk will be at 10:30AM in University Hall Room 1010. All are welcome, though the sponsors request that attendees register for space and planning purposes. Faculty and staff can learn more about Rey's visit and register to attend here: http://www.montclair.edu/academy/events/#fall2013.
Rey's second talk of the day, "Inside the Educator's Studio," will take place at 2:30PM in the L. Howard Fox Theatre. Rey's focus will shift slightly to tackle the student perspective, in discussion with students and faculty on the intersections of learning and social media, and connecting with student's academically and socially outside the classroom. Art Esposito, Associate Director of Advising (CAST), will interview Rey about his research and experience using social media with students, interspersed with audience questions, discussions, and student perspectives.
Faculty who are interested in engaging their students in discussion on the academic and professional use of social media are encouraged to bring their classes and to advise their students of the event. Faculty, staff, and students and campus community members interested in attending can learn more here: http://www.montclair.edu/academy/events/#fall2013.
Reynol Junco's visit to the Montclair State campus is made possible by the generous sponsorship of the following programs:
The Center of
The School of Communication and Media
The School of Business
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences
The Department of Spanish and Italian
The Office of Student Development and Campus Life
The Office of the Provost
The Department of Psychology
The Research Academy for University Learning
With additional support graciously provided by: