The annual Teaching TechXploration is upon us! Teaching TechXploration is an event for UF faculty, instructional designers, and anyone interested in the intersections of teaching and technology. On November 10th from 2:00 – 5:00, services from UFIT as well as the Center for Teaching Excellence and the Center for Online Innovation & Production will be leading sessions on topics that include Canvas, iClicker, accessibility, teaching practices, and more. In addition, this year's Teaching TechXploration celebrates World Usability Day with a focus on creating more usable courses while also promoting strategies for teaching with technology.
Like last year, the event will be held on Microsoft Teams where participants can chat, jump from room to room to join different sessions, and start discussions with organizers or other participants. To get access to the event, simply register on Eventbrite! If you sign in using your UF email address you’ll be automatically added to the Team, or you can join it by clicking on the link to the team after getting your free ticket. We hope to see you there!
Tags: Accessibility, Active Learning, Analytics, Canvas, Collaboration, CTE, Education Technology, Engagement, Faculty Development, Instructional Design, Online Teaching, Pedagogy, Professional Development, Teaching, Technology