Calling all UIS Faculty, Staff & Students…
Have you used technology innovatively in your teaching, learning, or work this year? Would you like a chance to showcase what you are doing by presenting on Technology Day?
The theme for our annual Technology Day is What Are You Learning Now? Teaching with Social Technologies. This year’s event will be held on Wednesday, February 10, 2010.
We urge all interested parties to submit any proposals for presentations, roundtable discussions, or poster sessions for presentation at the event. If you have other ideas besides the aforementioned items, please feel free to submit them.
- Topics may include teaching and learning techniques, resources, services, and other creative uses of technology.
- Topics should be geared toward UIS faculty, staff and students primarily, however, District 186 schools and other institutions of higher education will also participate in Technology Day.
- Details for submitting final proposals and other details, as well as the form, can be viewed at: https://illinois.edu/fb/sec/8659289
If you are interested but not certain, please draft and submit a proposal. Members of the Technology Day committee will then contact you to discuss your ideas further. The deadline to submit proposals is Thursday, December 24, 2009.
All technology users are encouraged to participate in Technology Day. Many members of our academic community are using technology innovatively, and Technology Day offers a valuable opportunity to share that knowledge base and expertise with the wider academic communities of UIS, District 186, and other partners in higher education.
For more information about Technology Day 2010 please visit the Technology Day website or contact Tulio Llosa by email email@example.com or by phone 217-206-7755. We also invite you to become a “fan” of ‘Technology Day at UIS’ on Facebook.
Technology day sponsors are Brookens Library, Information Technology Services, Center for Online Learning, Research and Service, and the Office of Web Services.