Events and Opportunities
UT faculty are invited to join us for a series of interactive professional development opportunities as part of the University Teaching Center’s TechTalk Series. TECHTALKS include presentations, discussions and workshops focused on techniques and technologies for teaching.
Upcoming events along with registration information (if needed) are displayed below.
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This list will be updated as new programing and events are planned.
Take part in a hands-on presentation on a new technology that takes BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) to a whole new level. Using AirMedia, you can walk into any classroom and wirelessly display your presentation from your personal iOS or Android mobile device on the room's screen. watch video
Friday, April 3 | 10-11am | FH 1200 (MC)
Video Applications for Teaching
Digital media can effectively communicate complex information to a student and, if used creatively, can be a tool that enhances the learning process. In this interactive session, we will explore a variety of techniques that instructors can use to create and use video in the classroom.
Monday, April 13 | 3-4pm | UH 5120 (MC)
Friday, April 24 | 12-1pm | ML 306 (HSC)
To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org and be sure to note which session you would like to attend.
Learn the process for conducting this type of research to improve or refine what faculty care about most - teaching and the development of students.
Wednesday, April 15 | 9-10am | UH 5120 (MC)
The Flipped Classroom
Learn how to engage students through student-centered learning strategies, such as active learning, problem based learning, and other forms of content delivery.
Wednesday, April 8 | 12-1pm | ML 306 (HSC)
Thursday, April 9 | 3-4 pm | UH 5120 (MC)
This session includes an overview of the LectureTools Student Response system followed by an interactive, hands-on workshop where you will learn how to create interactive slides to deliberately engage students using tablets, laptops and cell phones.
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If you have suggestions or topics for a future TechTalk, email your ideas to email@example.com.