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Teaching with Technology Fair for UofT Faculty & TAs
TEACHING WITH TECHNOLOGY FAIR
LOCATION: MADLab, Gerstein Library
DATE: Thursday September 4, 2014. 10am - 4pm.
Meet with educational technology specialists from the Centre for Teaching Support & Innovation (CTSI) and Academic & Collaborative Technologies (ACT) to learn about various technologies for teaching. The Teaching with Technology fair will showcase educational technologies that are not only available to all U of T instructors, but are also supported by CTSI, ACT and ITS staff.
This is a free casual event. Drop in and out of the technology fair throughout the day to learn, experience and interact with various educational technologies.
There will be presentations, on the hour, on a particular tool and/or challenge, providing information on the tool’s features, possible usage benefiting both instructors and students, and just-in-time best practices for incorporating the tool into your class. This event is for new and returning faculty who want to explore and incorporate educational technology into their class with the aim of enhancing teaching and learning.
For more information on the technology showcase and presentation schedule visit:
Online Learning tools at OISE - If you have any questions about the online learning platforms you may be using here at OISE, or would like a quick overview of the online technologies available to you, please stop by one of our drop-in sessions . September 2014 sessions open to all OISE students and instructors.
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