Thursday, May 1, 2014

A Call for Proposals for the James Madison University CIT’s Teaching and Learning with Technology Conference

Call for Proposals


You are cordially invited to submit a proposal for the James Madison University CIT’s Teaching and Learning with Technology conference. Come and share your practices, experiences and perspectives about using technologies in teaching, research and administrative services in an educational setting. Proposals may be submitted for a formal presentation, sandbox or a poster session. Presentations should be 25-30 minutes in length.   

Center for Instructional Technology
Teaching and Learning with Technology Conference
Theme: Explore the Possibilities



Date: Monday, October 20, 2014

Venue: James Madison University, Festival Conference & Student Center

Purpose: The Teaching and Learning with Technology Conference at James Madison University is an opportunity to bring together educators using technology to share best practices and to make using technology a positive educational experience.

Presentations and Poster Sessions are encouraged to:
- promote effective and innovative teaching and learning practices
- emphasize collaborative approaches
- actively engage the audience



**New this year, Sandbox sessions! These sessions are encouraged to:

-provide hands on experience with various learning technologies

-promote exploration of innovation solutions for the classroom

-actively engage the audience

Proposal Submission
Please submit your proposal online by August 23, 2014:

http://jmu.co1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_3ZQY357NZp676m1

Presenters will be notified of their presentation or poster session status by September 6, 2014

You may direct questions to:
Jamie Calcagno-Roach

(540)568-6578

calcagjm@jmu.edu



We look forward to seeing you at the TLT Conference this year!!



The Center for Instructional Technology cit@jmu.edu

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