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Arts & Technology

Unconference Topic: 
Arts & Technology
Wednesday, April 4, 2012
Atlanta, Georgia | Georgia Tech Campus

Technological innovations have shaped the 20th century, and they will continue to be the primary driver of today’s global economy. Our collective future depends upon a population capable of understanding technology from different points of view, and thereby capable of recognizing both its risks and its promise. By understanding their fields of study within a social context, students learn to be original and expansive thinkers. They are not only prepared to adapt to change, but to also provide leadership for change.

Discussion Topics: 
  • Need for arts education in technology curriculum
  • Design and creativity in the arts and how it impacts technology education
  • How to successfully integrate art education and technology education

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