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About the Symposium

There are hundreds of educational technology tools out there to enhance learning. How do you choose the right one? For online instructors and designers, it’s not a matter of should I use one of these tools in my course, but which one do I use? Often when designing a course or delivering a lesson, we try to fit the tool into the course or lesson without asking ‘does it meet the objectives for this course’ or ‘does it correlate with my lesson to enhance student learning’?

Wilmington University proudly hosted the 4th annual Teaching and Learning with Technology Symposium, Right Tool, Right Touch, on Saturday, May 4, 2013. This conference will allow for participants to understand how to choose the best Ed Tech tools for instruction. View the press release.


Submit a Proposal

As a member of the WU faculty, we would like to showcase your innovative approaches to using technology in the face-to-face, hybrid, or online environments. If you have a proposal for a session lecture, you can submit your proposal Here.



When & Where


Saturday, May 4, 2013
8:30am - 1:15pm
Audrey Kohl Doberstein Admissions Center, Wilmington University
320 N DuPont Highway
New Castle, DE 19720

If you have any trouble finding the Audrey Kohl Doberstein Admissions Center, please call (302) 356-INFO (4636).

Official Event Hashtag: #WilmuTLT

Before the days of Pinterest and Google+, there was Twitter (follow us!) We encourage you to tweet about the Symposium using the event hashtag: #WilmuTLT.

How to join the conversation on Twitter

It’s easy to do, just post a tweet about the Symposium and include #WilmuTLT at the end. Your tweet will then be added to the Live Tweet Stream. We’ll be sending out tweets on presentation topics and speakers as they come in.

Photos from the 2013 Symposium

Mary Beth Youse
Mary Beth Youse, Instructional Technology Project Manager from Wilmington University, giving a Keynote Presentation

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The 2013 Teaching and Learning Symposium allowed for collaboration among peers

Overall Meeting Feedback

The attendees completed evaluation forms to provide feedback on the quality of sessions and the meeting overall.  Below is a wordle which summarize their responses.

For more information about the Symposium, please fill out this contact form.