News Release

Britney Gulledge,
Public Relations Associate
320 DuPont Highway
New Castle, DE 19720

Wilmington University Online Learning and Ed Tech Department Hosts Annual "Teaching and Learning with Technology" Symposium

Wilmington University’s Online Learning and Educational Technology Department hosted the fourth annual Teaching and Learning with Technology Symposium on Saturday, May 4, 2013. 

The focus of the event was to provide Wilmington University faculty members with the opportunity to learn how to use some of the latest educational technology tools to enhance student learning. It highlighted how to choose the right educational technology tools for their courses and lessons in order to meet course objectives.

The symposium, which took place in the Doberstein Admissions Center, had 12 sessions that were attended by over 80 faculty members. Some participants attended online and viewed live-streamed sessions.

Mary Beth Youse, Instructional Technology Project Manager from Wilmington University, presented the keynote presentation, “Tech Tools with a Purpose - Right Tool, Right Touch." Her presentation focused on utilizing technology to achieve best results in teaching and showed how faculty members can become 21st century teachers by incorporating Blackboard tools, Web 2.0 tools, voice tools and other collaborative tools and devices.

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Published: Sunday, May 12, 2013 - New Castle, DE