Nov. 14, 2014, Rundell Hall Conference Center
The 9th Annual Lee College Innovations in Teaching and Learning Technology Conference
Education, the formal work to facilitate learning, is a work that might focus on the particular discipline, but this work is at its best when focused on the student. In our work together, we are seeing an incredible influx of ideas and capabilities. How can new capabilities and ideas help us reimagine this work? What might a student-centric future look like and how can we move in that direction? Blackboard, with a wide range of capabilities and customers, has some ideas and welcomes yours. Join David Gibson, Director of Solutions Engineering, to hear some of what Blackboard is thinking, see a bit of what is soon to come, and share your experience.
The 2014 Conference:
The ITLT is the premier event for professionals dedicated to enhancing the educational experience. Our goal is promote greater understanding of cutting-edge approaches, techniques and instructional methodologies.
The ITLT Conference provides a forum for educators to share effective and innovative teaching and learning models. This conference will explore and showcase excellence and innovation in teaching technology that facilitates student learning and positively impacts student academic success. We are excited about showcasing and celebrating creativity and knowledge of faculty who consistently find ways to harness the creative energy of their students online and in the classroom.
What is the focus of the conference?
Share best practices and learn about innovative practical solutions from experts and network with other colleagues across the greater Harris and Chambers County metro areas.
What is the cost?
Free! – Lunch and conference bags for registered attendees only.
Contact Patricia Rios at 281.425.6451 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Conference Chair: Dr. Carolyn Lightfoot, Chief Technology Officer, Office of Innovation and Information Technology