University of Nebraska professors share tips for moving to emporium-style learning in their UB Tech® session, "Rethinking Visual Communication Curriculum: The Success of an Emporium-Style Teaching Model."
This UB Tech session focuses on how to engage support from multiple campus departments, whose staffers will be integral in securing physical space, building tech infrastructure, coordinating professional development for coaches, and engaging in advocacy to promote competitive esports on campus.
Learn about the student-run computer repair center at Valencia College in Orlando, the topic of a UB Tech 2020 session. Students fix devices for any member of the college community for free and have worked with peers at a university in Paris on artificial intelligence and other IT projects.
Primavera De Filippi, an internationally recognized authority on the challenges and opportunities of blockchains and other decentralized online technologies, will deliver the UB Tech 2020 keynote address.
Colleges and universities are facing a constant onslaught of new risk as well as a growing number of compliance laws and regulatory mandates. That’s why keeping the Written Information Security Program policy document up to date is important for protecting all data, says UB guest columnist and UB Tech featured speaker Nicholas M. Tella, director of information security at Johnson & Wales U.