With a theme of “Empowering U,” Campus Technology Day 2015 will include interactive presentations discussing the impact of technology in enhancing learning, teaching, research, and building community, May 7 in the CAW Student Centre.
In addition to a keynote address by Nancy Walton, director of e-learning at Ryerson University, the conference will feature sessions on collaboration tools in Microsoft 365, using FluidSurveys for administrative purposes, and the virtual classroom available through Blackboard.
Registration is free and includes a complimentary lunch and wine & cheese reception. Early birds who register by 4 p.m. April 23 will be entered into a draw for an Apple TV.
Find a full conference agenda and online registration form at uwindsor.ca/ctd.