Using a variety of media and case studies, the panel address the adoption and use of technologies such as robotics, telepresence, and makerspaces for trans-disciplinary learning that has initiated significant grassroots change within the institution. The analysis of teaching and learning strategies shows promise of supporting deep learning for students, a scholarship of teaching and learning for faculty, and conceptualization of a change agent. A vision for the future will be explored with audience.
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Swayne, D., Giovanetti, K., Briggs, F., Ludwig, P., Estes, M. D., McCarthy, S., Barnes, A., & Liu, J. C. (2016, October). Transdisciplinary collaborative learning: Design, practices, and experience with Telepresence, robotics, and makerspaces. A special session at 2016 Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) International Convention, Las Vegas, NV, USA.