Annual Faculty Technology Showcase
The Faculty Technology Showcase is a yearly event co-sponsored by Information Technology and the Library and Educational Technology Committee. It is a time for faculty to speak with their peers about how they are using technology in their teaching and research. Normally, an in-person event where faculty presenters are stationed around the room to demonstrate and discuss their experience, this year we’re taking the event online.
For the 2020 Showcase, we will record interviews with presenters, who will share the various creative ways they have adapted to the new hybrid and online teaching format. These will be conducted throughout the Fall term and posted to this page as they become available. The series will culminate with an online Faculty Technology Showcase event in early-December which will include faculty panels, a raffle, and digital prize drawings!
Interviews will center around these primary questions:
- What was your learning goal?
- What did you do?
- What went well?
- What didn’t go well?
- What would you change?
We’re also interested in instructors willing to work with us to develop a short video or photo tour of their teaching setup. This could be your desk at home, your office on campus, or your in-class hybrid setup.
There are no ideas to big or too small! We are all trying our best to meet the challenges of this year, and this is an opportunity to come together [virtually] as a community and share our struggles, solutions, and successes!
Have something you’d like to share? Have a colleague to recommend? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org We can’t wait to hear from you.