Jim Martinez takes faculty position @ NY Institute of Technology

Jim Martinez, Ph.D.

Techy collaborationist, Jim Martinez, will take a new position this September as Assistant Professor of Instructional Technology @ the NY Institute of Technology.

His task?  Teach teachers how to make use of technology (computers, video, etc.) in their classrooms. Jim is also an adjunct faculty member at the Institute, where he teaches a popular course called, “Collaboration 3.0,” designed to help participants use social media to build community.

Jim’s new book, “A Performatory Approach to Teaching, Learning and Technology,” will be published this fall.


About Janet Wootten

Janet Wootten is a media and public relations professional, a member of the Institute’s Board of Directors and a leader of its annual community fundraising campaign.
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4 Responses to Jim Martinez takes faculty position @ NY Institute of Technology

  1. Carrie Lobman says:

    I’ve had the privilege of reading parts of Jim’s upcoming book. Its a must have for anyone who is a teacher or a learner.

  2. maureen kelly says:

    Congratulations Jim – look forward to reading the new book.

  3. I’ve worked with Jim in a variety of settings, including public schools, so I’m very glad that he’ll be bringing his unique brand of playful and philosophically engaging instruction to teacher educators. Break a leg, Jim!

  4. Victoria - Vicky Wallace says:

    What a great idea……teachers really need this. I do. Can you let me know more about what u are doing?
    Best, Vicky Wallace

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