Teaching Information Literacy and Quantitative Reasoning: A Virtual Conference for Educators and Practitioners
Quantitative learning and critical thinking are often bottlenecks for students' progress—switching to a virtual environment during the pandemic can add more stress to these courses. This online conference presents lessons learned from the switch to an all online for information literacy, quantitative reasoning and use of open education resources.
Kurt Schmoke, president, The University of Baltimore
Nancy Shapiro, Ph.D., associate vice chancellor and special assistant to the chancellor for P-20 Education, University System of Maryland
Philip Rous, Ph.D., senior vice president for academic affairs, UMBC
University of Baltimore faculty and staff
View the complete conference agenda: https://t.ly/IECW
The event is free and all are welcome to participate and join any part of the day’s proceedings. Students are especially encouraged to attend.
Sponsored by The University of Baltimore’s Bank of America Center for Excellence in Learning, Teaching and Technology.
- Contact Name:
- Alan Lyles
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Appropriate accommodations for individuals with disabilities will be provided upon request 10 days prior to a campus event and 30 days prior to an event requiring travel.