A webinar event describes how UT Martin is successfully expanding STEM to students in rural areas.

In this day and age, it takes a lot to teach without technology. So says Harriette Spiegel, Instructional Technologist, UT Martin. In her role of supporting and training instructors to leverage technologies in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) courses, she’s discovered how using on-demand replay to spur active learning makes it easier for instructors to teach and students to learn the complex content found in these challenging fields of study.

Join the panel from UT Martin for this free, 60-minute online event and learn the many advantages of incorporating lecture capture and active learning technology into STEM courses, including:
  • How to generate excitement among instructors and create student demand

  • How active learning can spark students' passion for STEM

  • How to best use recorded content pedagogically

  • How to creatively use captured content for peer mentoring, distance courses, and student review

  • How lecture capture technology makes flipping the classroom and creating supplemental course material simple and stress-free
Register below today!

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Anyone new to the use of lecture capture technology particularly instructional technologists, designers and instructors.

Interact with the presenters before, during and after the event through Twitter #STEM.

This webinar is sponsored by Echo360 (@echo360) and hosted by The Chronicle of Higher Education. All content presented during the event is provided by Echo360.

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