American University of Rome
July 3-July 17, 2011
A Two-Week Study Tour & Technology Workshop in Rome and Campania sponsored by the American Classical League and its Technology Committee
ACL is offering this course for teachers of Latin, Greek, Classical Studies, and related fields to visit some of the most significant classical sites in Rome and Campania and learn how to record those experiences for instructional applications in the classroom, using the latest in digital imagery, online tools, multimedia and mobile technologies. Travel companions (adults only) are welcome to attend and participate in all activities except computer lab workshops, if desired. The course will alternate days between days spent visiting museums and archaeological sites and days spent in the computer lab. The instructors will teach the participants what factors to consider in documenting sites with digital devices and journals. They will then teach the latest methods of presenting that documentation in formats most accessible to today’s students.
Learn more at http://www.aclclassics.org/pages/rome-2011