Speaker series

The Office for Teaching and Learning (OTL) hosts speakers who are invited to campus each semester.  These events help to bring new and insightful ways of thinking about teaching and learning at Wayne State.  The presenters are national scholars whose areas of expertise have a broad influence on higher education and student success.  The OTL coordinates a campus-wide keynote address open to all of our faculty members.

Winter 2019

Flyer for Thomas Tobin, Keynote Speaker at the 2019 WSU Innovations in Teaching & Learning Luncheon on March 19, 2019, with a talk entitled Five Teaching Secrets for Success with Today's Mobile, Time-Crunched Student sponsored by the Office for Teaching & Learning

Photos from the Thomas Tobin keynote at the 2019 Innovation Luncheon including a photo of the room, a photo of Dr. Tobin, and a photo of several audience members

Our 2019 Innovations Luncheon keynote speaker, Thomas J. Tobin, is the Conference Programming Chair and Faculty Associate in the Learning Design, Development, & Innovation department at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, as well as an internationally recognized speaker and author on quality in technology-enhanced education, especially copyright, evaluation of teaching practice, academic integrity, and accessibility/universal design for learning.

Watch a video of Dr. Tobin's keynote at the 2019 Innovations Luncheon.

View more photos of the 2019 Innovations Luncheon on the OTL Flickr page.

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