Georgia Tech seeks to grow and foster a dynamic community faculty and staff who are educational innovators. For this reason, C21U hosts a number of seminars and brown bag lunches each semester. These presentations and events are designed to fuel conversation around key issues within Georgia Tech and higher ed at large.

Upcoming Seminars

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Sept. 18 from 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m - C21U Seminar: C21U Seminar: Desired Learning Behaviors in Online Ed - Measuring Student Perceptions and Practices in the OMSCS Program w/ Marissa Gonzales

Please join C21U for a Brown Bag discussion of "Desired Learning Behaviors in Online Ed.: Measuring student perceptions and practices in the OMSCS Program" featuring Marissa Gonzales of Georgia Tech's School of Interactive Computing and the Design & Intelligence Lab.

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October 10 from 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m - C21U Seminar: Teaching with Optical Toys, Now and Then ft. Patrick Ellis, Writing and Communication Program

Please join C21U and Georgia Tech's Writing and Communication Program for a Brown Bag discussion of "Teaching with Optical Toys: Now and Then"featuring Patrick Ellis of the School of Literature, Media and Communication.

Speaker: Patrick Ellis - School of Literature, Media and Communication Marion L. Brittain Postdoctoral Fellow Writing and Communication Program