Anticipation builds as record number of delegates register for TwT Summit

As the 5th Teaching with Technology Summit rapidly approaches, the Teaching and Learning Development Centre (TLDC)’s organising team is leaving no stone unturned in ensuring that every aspect of the event is meticulously attended to. “We are dedicated to crossing all our t’s and dotting every i to ensure that the content presented is not only current but also highly relevant to modern teaching practices,” said Cebo Nyondo, Acting Deputy Director: E-Learning, Focus Conference Strategic Technology and Logistics Specialist.

Scheduled to take place at Coastlands Hotel, Umhlanga, Durban, on 24-25 April 2024, the Summit has already garnered significant attention. Themed “The Responsiveness of Higher Education to Artificial Intelligence: Impact and Consequences,” this year’s Summit promises to be a standout event for enthusiasts of teaching and learning. Impressively, the number of registered delegates has surpassed expectations, with over 160 participants already signed up before the 12 April deadline, marking a substantial increase from previous editions,” said Nyondo.

Nyondo said delegates were a diverse group from both national public and private higher education institutions, “underlining the broad interest and importance of the summit within the academic community”.

Nyondo said that in addition to the “exciting” lineup of speakers, including renowned figures such as Dr. Joseph Crawford from the University of Tasmania, Australia, Professor Elizabeth Archer from the University of the Western Cape, and Dr. Joseph Doiron, from the Jameel World Education Lab (J-WEL) at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA, the Summit promises insightful discussions and valuable networking opportunities.

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