All faculty members--tenure-track, field service, visiting, adjunct, and librarians--are invited to submit proposals for the 4th Annual 3T: Teaching, Techniques & Technology Conference hosted at UC Clermont on April 11th, 2015.
The 3Ts: Teaching, Techniques & Technology Conference offers educators the opportunity to share a broad range of innovative teaching practices and practical applications of technology in the classroom with colleagues.
The conference will consist of two keynote speakers, workshops, concurrent, poster, and sponsor sessions. In addition, breakfast and lunch will be provided, and door prizes will be given out at the end of the conference.
The conference is hosted by UC Clermont’s Teaching & Learning and Instructional Technology Committee along with eLearning and CET&L.
The proposal submission deadline is January 23rd, 2015 at 5:00 p.m.
Proposals should be for a 50-minute presentations during concurrent sessions at the 3T: Teaching, Techniques & Technology Conference, or for a 36x48 inch poster to be presented at a poster session immediately following the 2nd keynote speaker. We are especially interested in multidisciplinary topics related to the scholarship of teaching and learning, innovative teaching techniques and classroom activities, as well as the application of technology in both face-to-face and online instruction. Proposals can be made for a group (up to three co-presenters) or for individual presentations. We anticipate having space for up to 40 - 45 concurrent talks, along with up to 15 - 20 posters.
Submission Requirements and Deadline
Proposals must include the following:
1.) Primary Presenter’s Contact Information--including name, title, college/company affiliation, mailing address, phone number, and e-mail address.
2.) Bio--a 50-100 word bio for up to three co-presenters for the program booklet.
3.) Proposed Topic and Presentation Outline--the exact title of the proposed topic and a 150-200 word summary of the presentation as it should appear in the conference program.
4.) Proposal Abstract—250-500 word abstract of your proposed presentation for peer review committee
5.) Proposed Session Learning Outcomes—e.g. “After this session attendees should be able to…”
6.) Equipment needs—list of necessary equipment for the presentation (e.g., overhead projector, computer, internet access, etc.).
7.) Presentation Format - Please state whether your presentation is for a concurrent session or for a poster.
Questions or inquiries about the conference should be directed to:
Associate Professor of Physics