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ATXpo

 

2018 Academic Technology Expo (ATXpo) |  Monday, October 8th, 2018  | McLaren Conference Center – University of San Francisco


ATXpo will be hosted by the University of San Francisco on October 8, 2018 after being hosted by VPTL at Stanford University since its inception in 2014. 

ATXpo is a one-day collaborative event that brings together faculty, instructors, students, and staff from Stanford University, UC Berkeley, UC San Francisco, University of San Francisco, San Francisco State University, San Jose State University, Santa Clara University and Saint Mary's College of California to share, discuss, and promote effective practices for teaching and learning with technology. Although ATXpo participants represent many different fields, departments, and pedagogical approaches, they share a common thread: dedication to improving teaching with technology.

Represent Stanford University by attending ATXpo! Better yet — share your idea at the ATXpo. About 100 participants will host as many as 60 unique IdeaLab sessions focused on sharing innovative uses of academic technology in the Bay Area.

IdeaLab Call for Proposals: The IdeaLab will feature exhibitors that showcase practices, projects, and technologies that are improving teaching and learning at the participating institutions. Unlike traditional poster sessions, the IdeaLab will encourage exhibitors and participants to actively engage with each other through activities, experimentation, and collaboration. Exhibitors will focus their presentations around the central teaching and learning challenge they addressed, and how their solution might be adopted by other participants. Proposals are due by September 3 at 5 PM. The proposal process is fairly simple: https://myusf.usfca.edu/atxpo/proposals.


ATXpo 2018 is open to all Stanford University professors, instructors, staff, and students. For more information, and to register, please visit the ATXpo website: https://myusf.usfca.edu/atxpo

 


The 2018 ATXpo is being made possible, in part, with support from: