Save the date for 4CAST'16 on Thursday, January 14, 2016. Explore our website's archive pages to view past conferences and watch videos from 2015.

The Campus Academic Strategies and Technology (4CAST) event draws faculty together in January to examine how learning technologies can be leveraged to engage students, to make connections between instructors and support staff, and to identify educational potential in new technology.

This event is hosted and organized by ITS Office of Teaching, Learning & Technology and the University of Iowa Libraries.

 

Recent Articles

We know that you had a hard choice choosing only one of the many fabulous breakout session that overlapped at 4CAST'15. Perhaps you were at an archeological dig in Jordan or riding a train through a mountain in the Swiss Alps. If you missed a guest session, we have you covered.
4CAST'15 Photos are now available courtesy of photographer, Mike Jenn.
The University of Iowa strives to provide a high-quality educational experience for its students. Participation in research and scholarly activities represents an opportunity, uniquely available at research universities, to enhance the overall undergraduate experience.
Randy Bass is Vice Provost for Education and Professor of English at Georgetown University. For 13 years he was the Founding Executive Director of Georgetown’s Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship (CNDLS), where he continues as a Senior Scholar for Pedagogical Research.
Historically, classrooms have been fixed facilities, with rows of desks, chairs and a fixed front for instructors. Current classrooms, including those at Iowa are evolving from these standards, becoming versatile spaces with students as users and authors.
Researchers from the Digital Studio for Public Arts & Humanities will present and discuss projects that highlight undergraduate collaborative multimedia research and publishing.
Robots are not just for the movies anymore. Where do groundbreaking robots that transform space, deep-sea exploration, and popular culture get their start? --In the classroom.