The annual Teaching and Learning Innovation Conference will be held May 11 from 8:45 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Rozanski Hall. This year’s theme is collaboration in the classroom. The day starts with a keynote presentation by Lisa Lattuca, an associate professor of higher education and a senior research associate in the Centre for Study of Higher Education at Pennsylvania State University. She will discuss “Interdisciplinary Competence: A Learning Goal for Students ― and Faculty?” Lattuca will also deliver an afternoon lecture titled “Are We Educating the Engineer of the Future?”

The day also includes close to 30 sessions presented by U of G faculty, students and staff. Topics include collaborative teaching, student-to-student communication and collaboration, creating community through video, faculty learning in higher education through collaboration, and adding value to student reports using online publishing.

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