Engineering and the Modern Classroom

Friday, April 7th, 11:00 AM ET/10:00 AM CT

Hosted by: Albert Ratner & Paul Nissenson

Whether you teach an introductory or upper-division engineering course, plan to attend this two-part virtual event and collaborate about the latest tools in technology and curriculum design with your peers.

Hear from Dr. Ratner and Dr. Nissenson on how they have embedded digital content in their course and how they are moving to a more flipped classroom style to enhance student success.

Plan to attend on Friday, April 7th, to learn about the technology available for you and your students.

Fill out and submit the form to register for our virtual event. Your registration comprises access to both the live sessions. In the event you are unable to attend the live session, your registration will entitle you to receive a follow-up email with a link to the recorded sessions.

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