Conference to address teaching & technology

Conference to address teaching & technology

Technology in the classroom has made a huge impact in the way curriculum is delivered.

Texas A&M University- San Antonio (TAMUSA) will host the Southwest Teaching & Learning Conference on March 30 -31 at the TAMUSA campus, One University Way. The conference will focus on how technology enhances the teaching and learning process.

The keynote speaker is Elaine Mendoza, founder, president and CEO of Conceptual MindWorks, Inc. (CMI). CMI is a biotechnology and medical informatics company who works with experts to address issues in areas such as chemical/biological defense, trauma medicine and population health. Mendoza serves on the Texas A&M University System Board of Regents.

Presentation topics include:
• How to Build an Online Course
• Transitioning to Mobile Learning
• The Changing World of Online Learning
• Technology to Promote Student Retention and Success
• The iPad: One Tool for Bridging the Gap between Theory and Practice

Take advantage of early registration pricing. (See below)
• Early Bird: Students $25
• Early Bird: Alamo College Partners $100
• Early Bird: Other Participants $170
• Regular Registration (effective March 10) $250

Registration is now open. Register now.

Read more about the event at the SWTLC web site.