Come, Learn, and Be Inspired at the 16th Annual Teaching and Learning with Technology Symposium

Come, Learn, and be Inspired!

View a special video welcome from Dr. Thomas Tobin highlighting his keynote address entitled: “Universal Design for Learning: Way Beyond Disabilities”.

WHAT

16th Annual Teaching and Learning with Technology Symposium

WHEN

Wednesday, March 22, 2017
10:00am to 4:00pm
(Join us for the entire day, or stop by anytime!)
Robert C. Pew Campus: Loosemore Auditorium

AGENDA

  • 10am – 12pm Breakout Sessions
    Blackboard Product Roadmap (Joel Allison, Blackboard Inc.)
    The All New Camtasia (Matt Dennis, Calvin Boekhove, TechSmith)
    Sessions by: Rachel Anderson, Michael Ricco, Julia VanderMolen, Susan Strouse, Maureen Wolverton, and Andrew Topper
  • 1pm – 2pm Award Presentation and Keynote
    Pew Faculty Teaching and Learning Center “Teaching with Technology Award” Presentations
    Dr. Thomas Tobin Keynote: “Universal Design for Learning: Way Beyond Disabilities”
  • 2pm – 4pm Faculty ePoster Sessions
    More than 30 topics to choose from by GVSU faculty, staff, and students! View all presenters and poster topics on the symposium website.

The Teaching and Learning with Technology Symposium is sponsored by eLearning and Emerging Technologies, Pew Faculty Teaching and Learning Center, and Disability Support Resources.

The symposium provides a unique campus wide opportunity for faculty to learn and share how technology enhances teaching and learning and supports student success.

Don’t miss this once-a-year event! See you at the Symposium!

This event is FREE and open to all faculty and staff.
Raffle prizes and refreshments will be provided.

Visit the TLT Symposium Website

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