The call for proposals is now closed.
The proposals are currently being reviewed, and all presenters will be contacted by June 30, 2012.
The Inaugural Teaching & Learning with Technology Conference invites you to submit an application for one of the following presentation types:
- Traditional Workshop (1 hour)
The traditional workshop consists of one or more presenters whose focus is presenting effective practices or research in the area of educational technology.
- Panel Session (1 hour)
The panel session is a forum for several experts to provide knowledge and advice on a specific topic related to educational technology.
- Interactive Lab (1 hour)
The interactive lab features the hands-on use of technology applications or tools in addition to or in lieu of a traditional presentation. Presenters must provide at least 10 of the technology tools they plan to demonstrate. Laptops will be provided.
- Poster Session
The poster session provides an opportunity for educators and administrators to display and share effective practices in the use of technology at their institution.
The following strands have been identified to guide presentation content and organization of session topics.
- Mobile Computing – Topics related to the use of E-books, Netbooks, iPods, iPads, etc.
- Social Media – Topics related to the use of web sites and resources such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Second Life, LinkedIn, etc.
- Online and Distance Learning – Topics related to online learning and distance education to include learning management systems (e.g., Blackboard, Moodle), supplemental instructional tools (e.g., SmartThinking), online course integrity, and video conferencing.
- Leadership, Management, and Governance – Topics related to the successful management of teaching and learning tools to include copyright and other legal issues, cloud computing, e-research and digital content, accessibility, and assessment.
- Digital Discovery – Miscellaneous topics such as gaming, clickers, Google docs, or content-specific resources that may be used in the classroom but are not directly related to the other strands.
All handouts should be prepared and submitted prior to the conference to be made available on the conference webpage. Details for submission will be included in the notification of acceptance sent to the main presenter listed on the application.
Application Notification & Presentation Guidelines:
Notification of acceptance will be sent via email to the main presenter listed on the application.
As you prepare your proposal, please check all information for accuracy, completeness, spelling, and grammar. Information provided will be used for program materials and web content.