Innovation in Pedagogy and Technology: A symposium presented by UNIT and University of Nebraska Worldwide

Thursday | May 14, 2015

Technology has forever changed the landscape of higher education, and continues to do so – often at a rapid pace. At the University of Nebraska,
we strive to embrace technology to enhance both teaching and learning, to provide key support systems, and meet institutional goals.

University of Nebraska Information Technology (UNIT) and University of Nebraska Online Worldwide are pleased to once again present an education
and technology symposium during which participants have the opportunity to learn from nationally recognized experts, share their experiences, and learn from the initiatives of colleagues from across the system.

The 2014 Symposium drew more than 500 NU faculty, staff, and IT professionals from across the four campuses for a day of discovery and networking.

This year’s Symposium will be held at the beautiful Cornhusker, a Marriott Hotel in downtown Lincoln. Join us for a dynamic campus conversation on topics in education and technology.

Highlights of this year’s symposium:

  • Presentations by University of Nebraska faculty, staff, and administrators

  • Concurrent sessions focused on emerging technologies, pedagogy/instructional design and support, and administrative strategies

  • Panel discussions

  • Roundtable discussions and networking time

  • Sponsor exhibits

  • Continental breakfast and lunch provided


Thursday | May 14, 2015


The Cornhusker Marriott
333 South 13th St
Lincoln, NE 68508


This symposium is for anyone involved with the use of technology in education, at all levels – faculty, staff, and administrators should plan
to attend.                     



Questions? Contact Colleen Huls at (402) 472-2131 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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