The S&T EdTech team was recently invited to speak at the Colorado School of Mines in Golden, CO to share information about how they support faculty with respect to teaching and learning. Later this month, several key members of the S&T EdTech team will go from Centennial Hall to the Centennial State on a short trip to the Mines campus where they will present information related to teaching and learning, such as blended course redesign and establishing faculty development programs.
Mines is a peer institution to Missouri S&T, and the two universities share a very similar background and mission. Both universities are similar in size, STEM centric, and research-based. This opportunity will allow educational technology team leaders from both campuses to discuss current challenges surrounding teaching and learning at the two campuses, as well as forging an important partnership and collaboration with a great peer institution.
The trip itself will be a collaboration between the S&T Educational Technology division (EdTech), the Center for Educational Research and Teaching Innovation (CERTI), and the Provost’s Special Assistant for eLearning. The representatives for S&T will be Angie Hammons, Meg Brady, Julie Phelps, Diane Hagni, and Dr. Jeff Schramm.