The Symposium for Teaching and Learning with Technology offers participants many avenues to learn from each other as it celebrates the developments and innovations in teaching practices that embrace technologies intended to improve education. It also provides a platform for those faculty and staff who want to share their work that demonstrates valuable and innovative usage of technology to support teaching and learning.
This year’s open call welcomes proposals for several different types of sessions, including a new opportunity, the Discovery Session.
The Discovery Session is a brand-new end-of-day event to engage presenters and attendees in meaningful, personal conversations with people who share your passion. Submit a proposal to host a Discovery Table where you can share your new ideas, opportunities, or research in an interactive and informal way. Attendees will be able to explore the tables and gather a range of new insights and future collaborators, all in one space. Who knows where these connections could lead? It may be the ticket to finding a partner or collaborator to further your idea or take it in a new direction.
Session proposals are also being accepted for both a World Campus track, offering the latest in Penn State’s innovation in online teaching and learning, as well as for a University Libraries track, exploring the use and creation of research and information resources and skills.
The Call for Proposals is now open, and proposal deadline is Monday, November 27, 2017.
Join the leading minds in teaching and learning from across Penn State and register for the much anticipated 2018 Symposium for Teaching and Learning with Technology, an annual event bringing together people and ideas that transform education. This year’s event will be held Saturday, March 17, 2018, at the Penn Stater Hotel and Conference Center. The Symposium is a free event that welcomes all Penn State faculty, staff, and students.