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Andrew Knight, PhD (above), assistant professor of organizational behavior at Olin Business School, leads an i teach 2012 session on polling as a teaching tool, while C.J. Larkin, JD (below), senior lecturer at the School of Law, contributes to the discussion. This session took place during the i teach 2012 symposium — a biennial event at which faculty gather to talk about teaching experiences and to learn about new teaching methods and technology — at Seigle Hall Jan. 12. Approximately 150 faculty attended the event, which offered 16 classroom sessions on topics ranging from “Twitter for Teaching” to “Academic Integrity at WU: Myths and Realities” and a plenary lecture, “Fostering Creative Learning,” by Keith Sawyer, PhD, associate professor of education. The 2012 symposium was sponsored by Arts & Sciences, The Teaching Center, University Libraries and the Office of the Provost.