For a decade, the Office of Teaching, Learning & Technology has joined with other campus partners to present a day-long event that draws together faculty members and administrators to examine how learning technologies can be leveraged to engage students, connect instructors and support staff, and identify educational potential in new technology.

4CAST ’17 will highlight teaching and learning issues related to Big Data, social media, and new technologies—topics set forth by the Office of Outreach and Engagement (Provost’s Office) for our campus-wide Theme Semester, “Our Lives Online.” 

Come help us celebrate ten years of this popular event.  A keynote address will be followed by small-group discussion before lunch. Afternoon breakout sessions will showcase innovative uses of teaching technologies at the UI.

Lunch will be provided.  

This year's event is hosted and organized in a partnership with the ITS Office of Teaching, Learning, & Technologies, UI Libraries, the Office of Outreach and Engagement, and the Division of Continuing Education.

Please direct questions about 4CAST to the Center for Teaching at teaching@uiowa.edu or 319-335-6048.

4CAST'17

Thursday January 12

9:00-2:30

2520 University Capitol Centre (Conference Center)

Resources 
EVENT
4CAST - Campus Academic Strategies and Technology
The Campus Academic Strategies and Technology (4CAST) event draws faculty together in January to examine how learning technologies can be leveraged to engage students, to make connections between instructors and support staff, and to identify the educational potential of new technology.