MTSU’s Learning, Teaching and Innovative Technologies Center will host its annual Faculty Fair on Wednesday, Oct. 31, to give university faculty a “one-stop-shop” event to network with technology resource providers on campus.
The event will be held in the center, which is located in Room 348 of the James E. Walker Library. Instructional Technologies Grant winners and Instructional Technologies Award winners will be recognized and asked to share their award-winning projects during the event.
The Faculty Fair will be open from 10 a.m. to noon and 1-3 p.m. on Oct. 31. Organizers are encouraging university faculty members to drop by as their schedules permit and stay as long as they like.
At 1:30 p.m., grant and award winners will be recognized and will discuss their projects. At 2 p.m., nominees for the 2012 Teaching, Learning and Technology Roundtable Award for Innovative Excellence in Teaching, Learning and Technology will be recognized, and the winner will be announced.
The award, which is funded by the deans of MTSU’s nine colleges, covers the cost of registration and travel for the winner to attend the International Conference on College Teaching and Learning in Florida each year.
Nominees for the 2012 award include human sciences professor Dr. Janis Brickey, physics professor Dr. Victor Montemayor and aerospace professor Gail Zlotky.
MTSU Grant Committee members, faculty development representatives and faculty resources and services representatives also will be on hand to answer questions and distribute information.
For more information about the Faculty Fair, contact the Learning, Teaching and Innovative Technologies Center at 615-494-7671 or visit the center’s website at www.mtsu.edu/ltanditc.