Technology in Teaching Expo
Information Technology Services is excited to announce our fifth annual Technology in Teaching Expo. All Northeastern University faculty and staff are invited to engage with colleagues, share knowledge, hear how different departments are using technology and how Information Technology Services is supporting your efforts.
Participant panels will take place in three locations in the Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Complex. Panel members from around the university will discuss and share their classroom challenges, concerns, perspectives, insights and solutions.
Schedule of Events
Registration and Breakfast
ISEC Atrium – Refreshments will be served
Francesca Panetta, Executive Editor, Virtual Reality at the Guardian
Francesca Panetta is an Executive Editor at the Guardian, and currently a Nieman Fellow at Harvard. She specialises in experimental storytelling using emerging technologies. Most recently she ran the Guardian’s in house Virtual Reality studio which produced 6×9: A Virtual Experience of Solitary Confinement which won numerous awards and toured around the world including Sundance, Tribeca, Cannes and at the White House.
6×9 may be viewed by downloading the GuardianVR app on your mobile device. Through that app, you can find a number of projects that Francesca has produced, including 6×9.
Northeastern Learning Environment 2025
Panel Session A
TEXPO Digital Poster Session
Lunch and Mobile VR Lab
Get lunch and connect with your colleagues.
Panel Session B
Panel Session C
“Virtual Reality” Photo by Samuel Zeller on Unsplash
“Camera Lens” Photo by Dollar Gill on Unsplash
“Drawing Doodles” Photo by rawpixel.com on Unsplash
“Speare Hall” Photo by Brooks Canaday
“Badges” by Allison LaMotte
Last year’s schedule and recordings available on the TEXPO 2018 page.