- Tuesday, May 23, 2017 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
- 408 Panama 001
Are you looking to expand your digital teaching toolbox? Curious to see some neat digital strategies in action to engage your students inside and outside the classroom? Do you already use Canvas, online discussion forums, or polling and want to expand your ideas? Have a specific digital challenge and need solutions, or simply looking for great ideas and fun conversations about teaching with technology?
Come to the Digital Teaching Café during lunch to ask questions, solve challenges, shares ideas, and hear about a handful of effective teaching strategies that you can use in your class.
*All graduate students are welcome and lunch is included if you pre-register.
Mariatte Denman is the Director of Graduate Teaching & Peer Learning Programs at the Office of the Vice Provost for Teaching & Learning. Alison Brauneis is Associate Director, Digital Design. All graduate students are welcome and lunch will be provided with pre-registration.