Teaching with Technology Day

Feb. 10, 9:00 am-4:30 pm @ University Hall

Join the Center for Teaching Excellence, Information Technology Services, and fellow faculty members for this engaging full-day event on how we reset and reconnect while exploring innovation, technology, and pedagogy.

Session Recordings

Welcome and Keynote - Artificial Intelligence: What’s All the Buzz About?! ChatGPT, Midjourney, and Open AI

The conversation will start with a quick AI history with the current rapid changes, then we will perform live AI demonstrations and learn from a panel of LMU faculty about the usages and implications, both positive and ethically scary.

DIY Design for Busy Instructors: Brightspace Creator Plus

Now you can create interactive content in Brightspace. LMU has adopted a new tool that gives faculty an expanded set of instructional design options to help you enrich the learning experience.

Immersive Technology's Impact on Teaching and Learning

Immersive Technology is getting a much needed reboot as the tech industry and the education world move into Web 3.0. LMU faculty shares how they incorporate VR and AR into their courses and getting positive feedback and excitement from their students.

Echo360 - Engagement Beyond Classroom Capture

Since the pandemic, many students have come to expect that class sessions will be recorded. Echo360 is LMU's solution for capturing in class activities, but it is capable of so much more. Learn how you can utilize this tool for video content management, audience engagement, content creation, and assessments.

Keynote Panel

Artificial Intelligence: What’s All the Buzz About?!

ChatGPT, Midjourney, and OpenAI - Join us as we explore what is happening with the advancements in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and dive into the impacts for teaching and learning. The conversation will start with a quick AI history with the current rapid changes, then we will perform live AI demonstrations and learn from a panel of LMU faculty about the usages and implications, both positive and ethically scary.

  • Elizabeth Drummond, Associate Professor of History, Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts
  • Andrew Forney, Assistant Professor of Computer Science, Seaver College of Science and Engineering
  • Dmitry Kemell, Professor of Multimedia Arts, College of Communication and Fine Arts
  • Jonathan Rothchild, Professor of Theological Studies, Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts


In addition to the Keynote Panel, you have the opportunity to:

  • Meet with colleagues from offices across campus, including the William H. Hannon Library, Research Services, and Office of Online Learning.
  • Visit the Creative Services Studios, where your teaching ideas can come to life in video!
  • Engage with other faculty as they discuss creative ways they have found the right balance in their classrooms, both in relying on technology tools and in setting technology aside.
  • Meet with educational technology vendors and learn about tools and features that you will have access.