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First Teaching TechXploration Event: Nov. 6

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A new way to engage with experts across UF’s instructional technology ecosystem launches on Nov. 6: The Teaching TechXploration event features lightning rounds focusing on solutions for instructional challenges and for enhancing student success.

The Teaching TechXploration format is a way to discover tools, academic technologies, and services available at UF while also networking with the broader campus community. The first Teaching TechXploration will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 6, from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. in the Reitz Union – Rion Ballroom.

Among the many solutions and services tabling at the first TechXploration are:

The UF Center for Teaching Excellence
CITT Instructional Design, Training, and Academic Media Production
e-Learning/Canvas Support
UF Smathers Libraries Staff
Help with Classroom Response Systems
Using Virtual Meetings/Videoconferencing (Zoom)
Asynchronous Collaboration Tools
Integrating UFApps and LinkedIn Learning into Courses
Re-purposing Technology for Teaching

Anyone with questions about this event or who has a suggestion for improving UF’s teaching and learning technology environment may contact UFIT Associate Director Ryan Yang ( or @RyanYang78.)