Academic Technology Expo

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JOIN US FOR THE 2019 ACADEMIC TECH EXPO
You are invited to the 8th Annual Academic Tech Expo, a free two-day conference open to all University faculty, staff, and instructors. This conference promotes inter-disciplinary collaboration as a means of increasing faculty impact and offers four tracks–Teaching, Innovation, Research, and Administrative Staff–that enable attendees to customize their experience.

CONFERENCE OVERVIEW
The Academic Technology Expo is one of our most popular events of the year–you won’t want to miss it!

On January 10th, Day One attendees will visit the OU Innovation Hub to tour the space and develop an understanding of the way innovative facilities contribute to research and pedagogy. Participants will also have an opportunity to have questions answered by the iHub team on the latest technology. Lunch and reception will be provided.

On January 11th, Day Two attendees will enjoy our traditional conference offerings, including:

  • Thought-provoking speakers
  • Continental breakfast and catered lunch
  • Post-conference reception
  • Engaging breakout sessions
  • Ample networking opportunities

Friday Keynote Speaker: Dr. Marijel (Maggie) Melo

Melo explores the impact of the Maker Movement by focusing on the implications of the widespread integration of makerspaces in higher education. Specifically, this talk examines the configuration of a makerspace: an inherently gendered, raced, and classed environment that frequently discourages marginalized communities from participating therein. This keynote will extend strategies to cultivate tech-centric learning environments that are intentionally designed to be more equitable and inclusive.

Melo explores the impact of the Maker Movement by focusing on the implications of the widespread integration of makerspaces in higher education. Specifically, this talk examines the configuration of a makerspace: an inherently gendered, raced, and classed environment that frequently discourages marginalized communities from participating therein. This keynote will extend strategies to cultivate tech-centric learning environments that are intentionally designed to be more equitable and inclusive.

We hope to see you for one or both days. Please register via the button below, and mark your calendar for this exciting event!

Link to Registration Form


Check out the recap from last year!

 


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