Leadership Nomination & Transition

Hello Learning Technologies Students!
 
We are the officers of Educational Technology Graduate Student Council. We are so excited witnessing the growth of our program in the past few years! As the official student organization, we will keep serving our students and people who are interested in learning technologies.  
 
Every spring is our leadership transition time. We would like to ask you to consider nominating yourself to serve on the council for the 18-19 academic year. There are three leadership positions open, president, vice president, and treasurer (see more details at go.osu.edu/etgsc-leadership). Service is an important part of your academic career, especially because scholarship and grant reviewers in our field highly value service. This is also great way to connect with other people in the program and add more content to your CV.
 
If you are interested in serving,
please email the current president, Lin Lu (lu.962@osu.edu), with your name, program (Master’s or PhD), the position you’re interested in and a brief paragraph about why you want to serve (passion to serve your peers, previous leadership experience, etc.)
 
Our group has been running a mailing list sending out news, events, job announcements, and other relevant resources to the subscribers. If you are willing to receive emails from us, please subscribe here: http://eepurl.com/bxdWIn
 
Sincerely,
 
EdTech GSC

Join us at the Learning Technologies Research Showcase on April 5th!

We will have a Learning technologies Research Showcase event on Thursday, April 5th, at 9:30am at 136 Ramseyer Hall. Learning Tech students and post-doc researchers who will present at AERA this year will have this opportunities to rehearse the presentations and share the research. Join this event for research discussion and our cohort gathering!

2018 Learing Tech Showcase Event Flyer

Pre-AERA Research Showcase

We will host a pre-AERA research showcase event on Monday, April 17th, at 3:00pm at EHE College Commons. Learning Tech students and post-doc researchers who will present at AERA this year will have this opportunities to rehearse the presentations and share the research. See the flyer below for a list of presentation. Join this event for research discussion and our cohort gathering! If you have any question about this event, contact Lin Lu at lu.962@osu.edu. Looking forward to seeing you!

Event Flyer

Campus Tour for Prospective Doctoral Students

Co-organized with Association of Educational Psychology and Philosophy Scholars, Educational Psychology Quantitative Research, Evaluation, and Measurement Student Organization, ETGSC invited the prospective doctoral students to visit OSU campus on Thursady, March 5th. See their whole schedule here. You are welcomed to join our informal lunch talk! See the location and time below. Feel free to stop by and grab some free pizza and soda!

Join the Lunch Talk with Prospective Ed Tech Students!

Date: March 5th, 2015
Time: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Location: EHE College Commons (260 Ramseyer Hall)

March Tour Schedule_ETGSC

 

Join Us for Columbus Zoo Light Show

Columbus Zoo Light
Looking something fun to do with your family? Welcome to join ETGSC group for a spectacular Columbus Zoo Light Show.

Date: Sunday, Dec 14, 2014
Time: 5:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Place: Columbus Zoo
Fee: $8 per person
Transportation: See the official direction if you are going by yourself. Attendees who are willing to share ride with other attendees will be notified after we collected all the survey results.

Don’t hesitate to contact etgsc@osu.edu if you have any questions or concerns. Looking forward to seeing you in the Columbus Zoo on Dec. 14th 🙂

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ETGSC was initiated by me; Lin Lu, Phd in Edu Tech program, and Andy Vogel, master in Edu Tech program in early June 2014, and was officially launched in Sep. 2014. The goal of this group is to 1) promote academic and professional opportunities such as scholarship, grant, and professional development information; 2) provide opportunities for students to develop relationship with each other and the professionals in the field; 3) act as a communicator between this group and other student groups, clubs and teams in Department of Educational Studies and at the Ohio State University to disseminate updated news and opportunities; 4) Promote diversity among students, faculty, and staff in the Department of Education Studies.