The 2023 Educational Technology Showcase (Mar 30-31)
The University Libraries and the Academy for Teaching and Learning (ATL) invite the Baylor community to participate in the 2023 Educational Technology Showcase. Our theme this year is Re: Connected - The Future of University Culture and Technology.
March 30-31, 2023
Moody Memorial and Jesse H. Jones Libraries
Full schedule below
Click here to visit the registration page. In-person registrations submitted before 3/27 will receive complimentary lunch. Online only registrants can sign-up through 3/30.
Re: Connected on a Post-Covid Campus
The opening years of the Covid pandemic brought a seismic shift in how we delivered instruction and connected with our learners, and as the danger of in-person instruction and gatherings has waned over the past year, the big question of how we best connect with our students and peers has led to an exploration of hybrid, virtual, and in-person approaches to pedagogy. This, in turn, has created new opportunities for us to either connect deeper or retreat into silos. Our conference presenters will tackle these questions and many more over two days of hybrid-style, virtual, and in-person presentations, workshops, and demonstrations.
Our Keynote Speaker
Gardner Campbell, PhD
Associate Professor of English, Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU)
The Universe and Universities in a Digital Age
We are excited to welcome Gardner Campbell, PhD, associate professor of English at VCU. Dr. Campbell's research interests include Internet Studies/New Media Studies and Teaching and Learning Technologies.
Dr. Campbell is Associate Professor of English at Virginia Commonwealth University, where for nearly three years he also served as Vice Provost for Learning Innovation and Student Success and Dean of VCU’s University College. His publication and teaching areas include Milton and Renaissance studies, film studies, teaching and learning technologies, and new media studies. He is a life member of the Milton Society of America, and has served on advisory boards or boards of directors for the Educause Learning Initiative, the New Media Consortium, and the Doug Engelbart Institute. Prior to joining VCU, Dr. Campbell worked as a professor and an administrator at Virginia Tech, Baylor University, and the University of Mary Washington. Dr. Campbell has presented his work in teaching and learning technologies across the U.S. as well as in Canada, Sweden, Italy, and Australia.
Full Event Schedule
We are excited to offer a range of presentations from Baylor University faculty and staff covering a wide range of topics related to the intersection of technology, pedagogy, and the culture of a university campus. Scroll through the entire conference schedule below!