Wallenberg Hall at Stanford University

The Summer Institute at Wallenberg Hall

The 2009 Summer Institute at Wallenberg Hall is a unique forum where industry leaders, researchers, educators, and practioners will explore critical issues at the crossroads of learning, collaboration and technology. Join us for an opportunity to connect with peers in a small group setting on the Stanford University campus.

In 2009, the Institute offers four distinct academic sessions; participants register for each session independently. Attendance is capped in each session guaranteeing a personal learning experience for all. Participants should plan on being on campus from approximately 8:30 AM until 4:00 PM each day; some sessions will run later and may include at least one dinner with a respected thought leader.

We have also secured special rates for on-campus housing, to find out more about staying in the area, please see our Visitor Information page

Click on the title of the session to find out more about the session focus, speaker bios, fees, and how to register.

Using ePortfolios for Teaching, Learning & Assessment
Social Media Collaboratory
Designing Learning Spaces
Rule(s) of Thumb(s)

Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
8/3
8/4
8/5
8/6
8/7
Rule(s) of Thumb(s)
Robert Emery Smith

 
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
8/10
8/11
8/12
8/13
8/14
Using ePortfolios for Teaching, Learning & Assessment
Helen L. Chen, John Ittelson and
Tracy Penny-Light

Did you know that Wallenberg Summer Institute hosts over 20 courses? Please visit the main WSI website to discover more about WSI 2009!