Faculty: attend classroom open house and virtual Q&A sessions on teaching technology

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Published January 19, 2021

Have questions about UB teaching technology? Whether teaching in-person or virtually, use these opportunities to get answers about essential teaching tools like Panopto, Zoom and UB Learns.


Classroom technology open house for in-person instructors

Join us Thursday, 1/28/2021 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Baldy 101 for an open house session designed to give instructors hands-on experience using teaching technology in UB classrooms. Experts from UBIT will be on hand to help you get started and answer any questions you have.

No registration is required for this in-person event, and instructors (including teaching assistants and graduate assistants) are encouraged to join us in Baldy 101 at any point during the event, and stay as long as they like.

Because this is an in-person event, masks and social distancing will be required.

Virtual Q&A session for UB remote teaching technology

If you have questions about UB remote teaching technology like Zoom, Panopto, Webex or UB Learns, join us for one of the following virtual sessions, hosted via Zoom.

Simply click the link in the title of a virtual session below to join at the start of the session; no registration is required.

If you are unable to attend these sessions and have questions about conferencing/collaboration tools at UB, contact your  departmental IT support  or the  UBIT Help Center.

These sessions are part of a larger, ongoing effort to better support faculty by providing options for flexible teaching. For more resources, visit buffalo.edu/teachanywhere.