Are you using innovative technology in the classroom?

Share your experience at the 2020 Provost's Teaching With Technology DELTA Symposium

Exhibitor Nikki Tang demonstrates how she uses augmented reality to teach facial anatomy

Image caption: Nikki Tang, an assistant professor in the School of Medicine, demonstrates her team’s 2018-funded project, Personalized Augmented Reality as an Interactive Teaching Tool for Facial Anatomy.


If you're employing technology in your coursework in an innovative and meaningful way—and are ready to share it with colleagues—the 2020 Provost's Teaching With Technology DELTA Symposium may have a spot for you.

The event, tentatively scheduled for May 5, will showcase not only the work of past Digital Education & Learning Technology Acceleration grants but also presentations of inventive applications of technology currently being used to enhance teaching and learning at Johns Hopkins.

The call for poster and presentation proposals is now open on the Provost's Office website. The deadline is Feb. 28. Johns Hopkins faculty, staff, and students may all apply.

Since its launch in 2018, the DELTA grants program has funded 13 initiatives with up to $75,000 to support potentially transformative ideas that have included a 3D model for neonatal surgery, video chats with health experts abroad, an interactive teaching tool for facial anatomy, and a music-oriented hackathon.

The grants are made possible through proceeds from JHU's massive online open courses, or MOOCs.

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