The Teaching with Technology (TWT) Awards program invites students from all Tufts schools to nominate instructors who they feel use technology in new and inventive ways to support teaching and learning. This is an opportunity to recognize instructors for their innovations and for the Tufts community as a whole to learn from their experiences.

Who should be considered?

Do you have an instructor whose use of technology has considerably improved your learning or enhanced your experience in one of your courses?

The Teaching with Technology Awards, sponsored by the Tufts Technology Services (TTS) Educational Technology group, recognize effective and creative uses of technology in teaching at Tufts.

 Examples include, but are not limited to:

  • Simulations
  • Carefully-planned uses of social media, video, audio, or online discussions
  • Uses of Trunk or TUSK that significantly enhanced your learning in a course
  • Uses of classroom technology (e.g., clickers or Learning Catalytics) that you found particularly valuable

Submitting a Nomination

Nominations for the 2017 awards are now closed.

Award Ceremony

Winners will be selected by the IT Governance Sub-Committee on Teaching and Learning and presented at the Tufts University-wide Teaching Conference in May.

See previous Teaching with Technology award winners.