Amy Collier to Present on Digital Initiatives to Improve the Academy—April 24th, 3-5 p.m.

Last Updated: 05/30/2013

Dr. Amy Collier of Stanford University will be coming to campus to present: A Balancing Act: Leveraging Digital Learning Initiatives to Improve the Academy on April 24th from 3:00-5:30 p.m. in the Aspen Rooms of the UMC.  Click here to register

Dr. Collier is the Director for Technology and Teaching in the office of the Vice Provost for Online Learning at Stanford University. She works with Stanford faculty to develop online and blended courses, including flipped courses and MOOCs. She leads a team of Instructional Designers and doctoral students who develop and iterate on designs for online and blended learning. Amy also provides outreach for the Stanford Online initiative, speaking with individuals, departments, and external groups about Stanford's work. Before coming to Stanford, Amy was the Director for the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning at Texas Wesleyan University where she and her team implemented nationally-recognized faculty development programs for online learning and learning space redesign.  
 
This free event is part of the Teaching with Technology Symposium to celebrate faculty across campus who have engaged in efforts to achieve excellence in teaching with technology. The event will feature projects from the participants of present and past Faculty Teaching with Technology Seminars. Come join us for a time of sharing and exploring digital learning at CU.
 
This symposium is sponsored by ASSETT, University Libraries, and OIT.  For more information, please contact Amanda McAndrew, Sr. Teaching & Learning consultant.