Transforming the University: Teaching and Learning in Emerging Learning Environments

Wednesday, March 25 | 9:30AM–10:15AM | Camelot/Third Floor
Session Type: Professional Development
More higher education institutions are embracing opportunities to encourage faculty to teach in emerging learning environments, and faculty are beginning to explore how they might utilize them to enhance student learning. This presentation will focus on four faculty projects and the common themes emerging from collaborating on scholarship of teaching and learning and grounding technology-enhanced learning in pedagogy and learner outcomes. These common themes include best practices in an active learning classroom, team-based learning, and web-based delivery of interactive cases. These faculty members are collaborating to identify common struggles, unexpected challenges, and rewards in the realization of their projects.


  • Amy Dikkers

    Assistant Professor, University of North Carolina, Wilmington
  • Anne Minenko

    Faculty, University of Minnesota
  • Catherine Solheim

    Associate Professor, University of Minnesota

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