First Annual Transformative Teaching & Technology (T3) Conference

May 6, 2014

T3-EditedInformation Technology Services will host its first annual Transformative Teaching and Technology (T3) conference on June 3, 2014. The conference is open to all full and part-time faculty, including adjuncts and staff who teach. Attendees will learn how their peers are using technology in innovative ways to transform the teaching and learning experience.

The T3 conference will include tracks focused on Transformative Teaching, Technology skills and “Talking Points”. Guest faculty from the University of Minnesota will share how they have employed active learning strategies in technology-enhanced classrooms. K-12 guests will also share what technologies work best for their students and teachers and what we can see coming our way! Sessions in the individual tracks include:

Transformative Teaching

  • What’s Happening in K-12
  • Flipping Your Classroom Content
  • Rethinking the Paper
  • SNoodle Success Stories


  • Getting Started with Panopto for Video Capture
  • Active Learning with iPads and Apple TV
  • Getting Started with SNoodle
  • Getting Started with GIS

Talking Points

  • Open Textbook Initiative
  • Transforming My Classroom
  • Active Learning at the University of Minnesota
  • Conversations with DLI Grant Winners


Registration is FREE, food is FREE and we’re even giving away an iPad to one lucky participant! Don’t wait, register today and encourage your colleagues to register to receive additional chances to win the iPad. This is a great way to kick off the summer and begin thinking about something new you might want to try for the fall.

Category: Academic Technology, Faculty, ITS Updates