10:00 - OPTIONALCampus Tour of Westminster
Tour Meeting Location: Cochran Plaza in front of Turner Gym

11:00 - Welcome to Westminster - Bill Clarkson, President
Overview of Tech @ Westminster

11:15 - Featured Speaker: Dr. Mike Dishman, J.D., Ed.D.
Kennesaw State, Dept of Educational Leadership.
Technology & The Law: What Schools Need to Know-Emerging Issues Relating to BYOT
Bring Your Own Technology is a rapidly emerging area in education. However, it also has the potential to be "Bring Your Own Trouble" for
educators who are unaware of legal requirements or who have not planned for implementation of the initiative. In this session, Dr. Dishman will
discuss best practices, policies, and some potential (and actual) missteps made by schools implementing BYOT initiatives.
Mike Dishman is an associate professor in the Department of Leadership at Kennesaw State University and co-author of the forthcoming Educational Technology
and the Law (Rowman Littlefield Education). Mike is a practicing school law attorney and the co-author of six (6) books on education law, policy and leadership.
His most recent book is The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act: A Guide for Schools and Colleges(Rowman Educational Littlefield Education, 2009).

12:00 - Lunch - Location: Malone Dining Hall inside of Pressly Hall

12:30 - Business & Giveaways
Announcements from members (PD opportunities, etc...)

12:45 - WayFind Teacher Assessments

1:10 - Breakout Sessions
Session A: Ignite Innovation - Kindling for Learning in the 21st C
Using the Ignite format (20 slides set to auto-advance at 15 seconds each) and time for discussion, three Westminster colleagues will lead three mini-sessions of
15 minutes each on the following topics: 1) the Global Physics Department, 2) the Twitter 20 Minute Experiment, and 3) Synergy for PBL. All three mini-sessions
will target examples of replicable innovation for professional growth and student learning. Led by Bo Adams, John Burk and Jill Gough (Westminster)

Session B: Student Digital Media Features
Westminster faculty will share examples of student digital media productions and projects.
  • Clark Meyer & Peyton Dobbs - Student online newspaper WildCat Press Express,
  • https://www.wildcatpressxpress.com/
  • Zeke Hoyas & Ted Satdler - Spanish QR Codes throughout campus
  • Daniel Searl & Wiley Ballard (student) - WCAT, student TV station

Session C: Not Your Father's Server: A Conversation about Virtualization
Go from 60 server boxes to 2 boxes with 60 servers inside using the “magic” of virtualization… join a discussion of virtualization options and practices.
Led by Norman Harber (Westminster), Brian Meeks (Paideia), Andy Morris (Woodward), Brian Terry (Athens Academy), Josh Weeman (Galloway)