Teaching, learning with technology event set for May 1

More than two dozen presentations highlighting the use of technology in the classroom will be offered during the 18th annual Teaching and Learning with Technology Symposium.
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More than two dozen presentations highlighting the use of technology in the classroom will be offered during the 18th annual Teaching and Learning with Technology Symposium.

The event will take place May 1, from 1-3:30 p.m. in the Mary Idema Pew Library multipurpose room.

Topics include using digitally interactive lectures to increase classroom creativity, assistive technology for students with and without disabilities, use of light board videos to reduce cognitive loading, and exploring the future of teaching and learning through the technology showcase.

A keynote address will be given by Provost Maria Cimitile, e-Poster sessions will be held, and a "Technology Test Kitchen" will be available offering hands-on exploration of the latest technologies.

Julia VanderMolen, assistant professor of public health, and Julie White, senior affiliate of writing, will be recognized for having received Pew Teaching with Technology Awards from the Pew Faculty Teaching and Learning Center.

The event is sponsored by eLearning and Emerging Technologies in partnership with the Pew Faculty Teaching and Learning Center, and University Libraries.

To see a full list of topics and to register, visit gvsu.edu/elearning.