For questions or information, please contact:
Specialist in Education
Center for Innovation in
Teaching & Learning
Jamie Nelson and Megan Rushing
TechHub - Armory Room 151A
CITL Innovation Spaces are hosting a variety of hands-on emerging technology topics for beginners. Workshops are open to everyone. (Note: This workshop counts towards the Certificate in Technology-Enhanced Teaching.)
All workshops are free and scheduled to last one hour. Details are listed, below.
Virtual Reality and 360° Cameras with HTC Vive, Oculus Go, phone-based viewers, flat screens, and GoPro Fusion – Friday, April 19th at 11am at the TechHub (151A Armory)
Center for Innovation in Teaching & Learning
Judith Pintar - iSchool
Armory Room 172 - Innovation Studio
Dexter is a free chatbot platform that uses the RiveScript, an easy to learn AI scripting language. It allows users to quickly create chatbots for multiple uses, including both web and hand-held interfaces as well as Alexa apps. In this presentation, you'll learn the basics of RiveScript, how to create an account in Dexter in which to develop and deploy a chatbot by the end of the session.
The Center for Innovation in Teaching & Learning
Business Instructional Facility, Deloitte Auditorium 515 E. Gregory Drive, Champaign IL 61820
Competitive video gaming has become big business and is the fastest growing sport world-wide. The purpose of this summit is to highlight educational and research opportunities around e-sports, and to explore opportunities for making e-sports a varsity sport on our campus. There will be research focused panels, discussion on the business of esports, and interactive displays.
1:30 pm Welcome and Overview of Summit
1:45 pm Keynote Address:
2:15 pm The Student Perspective
3:00 pm The Faculty Perspective
3:45 pm Break
4:00 pm The Business of Esports
5:00 pm Varsity Esports
6:00 pm Concluding Remarks and Call to Action
Networking reception with interactive displays directly following
Business Instructional Facility Atrium
Center for Innovation in Teaching & Learning / GIES College of Business
The CITL Teaching Certificate Program is designed to meet the professional development needs and interests of all teachers—faculty, academic professionals, and graduate students—at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Which certificate is right for you?
Graduate Teacher Certificate: For teaching assistants who teach at least two semesters at Illinois.
Certificate in Foundations of Teaching: For graduate students who have limited teaching experience at Illinois.
Teacher Scholar Certificate: For teachers (faculty, APs, and TAs) who teach at least three semesters at Illinois.
Certificate in Technology-Enhanced Teaching: For teachers (faculty, APs, and TAs) who teach at least one semester while investigating an educational technology.
Citizen Scholar Certificate: For teachers (faculty, APs, and TAs)who have the opportunity to teach a service-learning course.