A new classroom in Lindquist that is configured with long tables and features large monitors and white boards on the walls.

Now available in over 300 classrooms, Solstice is a wireless tool that transforms meeting spaces into collaboration hubs by allowing students and instructors to easily share an unlimited amount of content—or an entire desktop—from their laptop, mobile device, or tablet to in-room displays. 

Bin He, assistant professor in the Department of Biology and director of the Gene Regulatory Evolution Lab, will demonstrate a Solstice activity designed to engage students in active learning with learner-centered instruction. 

Participants will also have an opportunity to experience Solstice firsthand and receive hands-on guidance from OTLT staff in the creation of a learning activity that incorporates Solstice. 

Register for Solstice: A Tool for Active Learning in the Classroom to be held from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 21, in 214 Blank Honors Center.