Annual tech symposium will center on OER

headshots: Rosemary Cleveland and Andrew Korich
Rosemary Cleveland and Andrew Korich will receive Pew Teaching with Technology Awards at the symposium on May 2.
Image credit - University Communications

The 17th annual Teaching and Learning with Technology Symposium, with a focus this year on open educational resources, is set for Wednesday, May 2.

Held in the DeVos Center, Hager Auditorium, the event opens with ePoster sessions and "Technology Test Kitchen" presentations from 1-3:30 p.m. 

Rosemary Cleveland, senior affiliate faculty of education, and Andrew Korich, associate professor of chemistry, will receive Pew Teaching with Technology Awards.

The awards presentation precedes the keynote address by Annie Bélanger, dean of University Libraries, at 2:05 p.m. Bélanger will discuss how University Libraries support the adoption and creation of OER and affordable course materials through advocacy, education, curation, and library publishing services. 

View presentations, register and find more information online at The symposium is sponsored by eLearning and Emerging Technologies, Pew Faculty Teaching and Learning Center and University Libraries.


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