“Connect and Collaborate—Teaching and Learning with Technology” brings together experts from nine Johns Hopkins University divisions for the 4th Annual Teaching with Technology Fair.
This year’s fair, May 16, 8:30 a.m. to 4:15 p.m., Armstrong Medical Education Building, Johns Hopkins East Baltimore campus, begins with a presentation from keynote speaker John Fritz, Assistant Vice President of Instructional Technology and New Media at the University of Maryland Baltimore County (UMBC). In “Using Analytics to Encourage Student Responsibility and Identify Effective Course Design,” Fritz looks at how UMBC is using analytics to improve student performance.
Attendees can expect an with presentations and interactive sessions on topics including student evaluation and assessment, innovations in online learning, integrating technology into face-to-face classrooms, delivering Massively Open Online Courses (MOOCs) and much more.
“Participants at this year’s Teaching with Technology Fair will see how technology is transforming the way education is delivered and measured across Johns Hopkins. They will be inspired to integrate new innovations into their teaching,” says Robert Kearns, Co-Chair of the Teaching with Technology Fair planning committee.
Faculty and staff from all Johns Hopkins divisions may attend free of charge. To view the full day’s schedule and register, visit: .