3D Technology in Education
This workshop will focus on the utility of 3D animation/gaming as learning and teaching aids in educational contexts. Participants will get a brief overview of 3D animation technology techniques and their applications and resources through a combination of lecture, demonstration and hands-on activities.
There will be a full day dedicated to 3D Printers!
What You Take Home
About the Instructor
David Bennett holds a B. A. in English/Philosophy, a B. S. in Cell and Molecular Biology and a M. Sc. in Interdisciplinary Studies focusing on Scientific Visualization. He currently is the Senior Administrator of the 3D Animation Lab, the Digital Media Studio and the Media Lab at Texas Tech University Library.
Mr. Bennett's research interests includes the use of 3D animation and game engine technology in education and scientific research.
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- Fee: No charge for this workshop,
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- Limited to 20 participants
- Meals and lodging on your own
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- July 28-30, 2014
- 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Daily Instruction
- Texas Tech University - Lubbock, TX
- Classroom: TTU Library Media Lab
- Focus on Grade Levels: 6-12