Teaching with Technology Conference
Note: Thank you for your interest in the Teaching with Technology Conference. This event will be combined with the upcoming TAMU Transformational Teaching & Learning Conference, which is tentatively scheduled for April 16-18, 2018 at the Memorial Student Center.
Planning is underway for this new conference. The Office of the Dean of Faculties will provide more information later this fall.
Wednesday, March 1, 2017, 8:00-4:30 & Thursday, March 2, 2017, 8:00-3:30
Memorial Student Center 2400 (Gates Ballroom)
Thanks to everyone who presented at and attended the 2017 Conference!
It was our pleasure to coordinate another terrific teaching and learning event. We look forward to seeing you again soon!
Katherine Banks, vice chancellor for engineering for The Texas A&M University System and dean of the College of Engineering, presented "The 25 by 25 Transformational Education Program" on Wednesday, March 1, 12:00-1:30.
Phillip Miller, vice president of teaching and learning with Blackboard, presented "Creative Teaching Approaches: Global Examples of Engaging Students with Technology" on Thursday, March 2, 8:30-10:00.
We Gratefully Acknowledge Our Exhibitors & Sponsors
Sponsoring the First Day's Afternoon Refreshments
Sponsoring the First Day's Breakfast
Sponsoring the Second Day's Breakfast
Sponsoring the First Day's Lunch
About the Conference
It's the System-wide two-day event for sharing the latest trends and topics in instructional technology. This year's theme is "Activating Student Learning," with special emphasis on active, multi-disciplinary learning and inclusive teaching approaches that encourage student motivation.
Presentations will cover a wide range of teaching and learning topics in over 50 sessions. Plus, the schedule will feature two keynote presentations from leaders in higher education.
All Texas A&M University System schools and agencies are invited to attend. Be part of a collaborative teaching community that discusses innovative education methods and shares best practices.
There is no cost to attend the Conference, but we encourage attendees to register early to allow for better event planning. Registered attendees receive light breakfasts on both mornings, the first day's keynote lunch, the second day's grab-and-go lunch, and refreshments throughout the event. Feel free to come and go as your schedule permits.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Parking is available at the University Center Garage along Houston and Throckmorton Streets. To keep the Conference a no-cost event, we unfortunately cannot validate parking for attendees. Attendees may park at the University Center Garage at the current rates.
Exceptions will be made for presenters and exhibitors who request parking validation during the event. Please visit the registration table for more information.
Texas A&M attendees may use their NetIDs and passwords to access TAMULink, the campus wireless network. The MSC uses TAMU_Visitor access through a self-enrollment process for guests. Visit the registration table for assistance in setting up a guest account.
Visitors from participating institutions may also connect through Texas A&M's eduroam network.