UW System - Learning and Technology Development Council
182 Wing Technology Center
UW-System Learning Technology Development Council Showcase 2014
Location: Virtual Conference via Blackboard Collaborate web conference, no travel required
Conference Website: http://uwsltdcshowcase.wordpress.com
Call for Proposals: Now open to all faculty, teaching staff & learning technology support staff - http://goo.gl/NaWyWY
The UW-System Learning Technology Development Council (LTDC)
Showcase 2014 will be held virtually April
10-11, 2014. Share your innovations! How are you using
technology in education? How are you making a difference? What
technologies are you finding successful? How are you engaging
your students? How are your students responding to your social
media efforts? What makes your class different and successful?
How are you collaborating with others? Is collaboration paying
off? How are you evaluating your success?
This virtual conference offers an opportunity for sharing your successes and challenges in teaching with technology - in your f2f classroom, online, flex or MOOCs. You will connect with other practitioners without travel expenses and time commitment. Please join us by send a proposal to present or facilitate.
All presentations will be conducted in Blackboard web conference, training and orientation will be available prior to the conference. The presentations will be ~30 minutes in length with 15 min Q&A following. Proposals are sought in six general categories:
- Innovative Approaches (Hot Topics) – Tell us about different ways in which you’re working and teaching. Are mobile applications a part of your learning and knowledge portfolio? How have you taken traditional teaching and changed it? Can you share a successful case study?
- Engagement of Students – How are your students connecting with each other and you? What works now or will work in the future? How is that working? Can you share a successful case study?
- Faculty Development – How are you supporting your faculty? Are you facilitating learning communities? How are you engaging faculty? Do you have a successful case study to share?
- How to and Resources – Do you have a skill to share? Have you created a wonderful set of resources for faculty and students? We’re interested in successful case studies; what can you share?
- Best Practices - Are you using a particular learning technology (or set of technologies) and know through evaluation that it is a definitive use that engages students and promotes learning?
- Emerging Topics - Do you have a proposal that doesn’t quite fit into the other topics?