The Academic Technology SHAREcase is a professional development event for the UMN Academic Technology (AT) and Instructional Design (ID) staff where the University Academic Technology community can share challenges and--working together--find solutions. 

This in-person event with a hybrid option spans one full day and one half-day. Participants have multiple opportunities to build connections and learn ways to leverage academic technology in creative, innovative, and engaging ways. 

EVENT SESSIONS

SCHEDULE & SESSION DESCRIPTION

Travel Grants

Travel grants are available to registered attendees who are coming from a non-Twin Cities campus and/or live out of state. You do not need to be a presenter to be eligible. Apply for a travel grant at z.umn.edu/sharecasetravelgrant

The conference theme emphasizes several tracks:

  1. Redefining the higher education experience
    • Increasing accessibility to support flexible learning
    • Mapping pathways to success that support today's learners
    • Improving support of mental health and wellbeing
  2. The use of generative AI, VR, and other emerging technologies in higher ed
    • Assessment design in the age of generative AI
    • Supporting academic rigor in the age of generative AI 
    • Using generative AI in course design
  3. Diversifying course modalities
    • Flexible learning environments
    • Distance learning
  4. Shifting educational offerings to align to a post-pandemic society
    • Credentials and micro-credentials
    • Certificates
    • Non-credit to credit pathways

Questions?

Please feel free to email [email protected] with any questions you have.