Teaching with Technology Symposium

LaShaunda Webb demonstrating virtual reality at the 2016 Teaching and Learning Bash.


The Teaching with Technology Symposium is an annual event that provides an opportunity for faculty, instructors, and graduate teaching assistants to showcase their use of technology in their teaching in the form of posters, workshops, presentations, and table demonstrations. This event is hosted by The Office of Faculty Development, Extended University Programs, and The Office of Information Technology. Come see how technology is being incorporated into the classroom during this fun filled event. 


  • When:  To be determined at a later date (Fall Convocation)
  • Where: Bernhard Center

call for proposals

The Office of Faculty Development, EUP and OIT are seeking proposals for WMU’s Annual Teaching with Technology Symposium.

Symposium mission description:

This year’s Teaching with Technology Symposium is looking specifically at technology that encourage classroom engagement. Topics that may be included are educational uses of: Google Apps, Social Media, Elearning, Video Recording, and more. However, we are open to receiving applications showcasing technology at work in the classroom throughout WMU.

Paper presentations: a 30 min. paper presentation and Q&A panel.

Poster and Interactive Table Demonstration presentations: available for at least 60 min. for official presentation (The dedicated hour for presentations with open time for more Q&A.)

Working Workshops: 60 min. double-session workshops that will introduce technology and allow time for instructors to work on possible classroom uses

In order to be given full consideration, a completed proposal application must be completed no later than Tuesday, April 25, 2017. All proposals must be submitted through our survey site here.